The cable car consists of two lines, you have to switch stations. Start at Vivo City, then switch and you'll get to the beach of Sentosa. Great view on Singapore and Sentosa. Not cheap, but worth the money.
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It was part of my Sentosa ticket with 1 round of Singapore cable car.. it was an awesome experience with view of entire Singapore. .beaches and Sentosa land. It was day trip but night trip would be 120% better experience.. go and enjoy with kids..couples....More
We used the Cable Car to get to Sentosa. Just like everything in Singapore, the service was excellent, the cars are spotless, and my husband and I were treated with great consideration, being helped in and out of the cars by the young workers.
Never should you risk your time, special occasions or money for this "dining experience" which claims to serve gourmet food. We spent $300+ for 2 only to find that we were served stale and insipid seafood that has been frozen since Stone Age, a dessert...More
Dear Jamie C We are sorry for your disappointment in your experience with Dining on Cloud 9. Please be assured that food quality is of utmost importance to us. The seafood we use in our dishes are freshly delivered several times a week. The dessert...More
It's wonderful to have dinner on cable car. However, I was dizzy after had the dinner, maybe lack of oxygen at cable car. The worst thing was that no one helped me at all even I sat on the floor. I think it was good...More
If you want to see the marina area of Singapore from high up, and don't mind paying SGD29 per person for the privilege, then this is for you. First, however, make sure you find Farber Hill, where it originates.
Many years ago I was tricked into going to Santosa by this means of transport and when asked what I wanted to do when we "landed" said I needed and" brandy and dry" to calm my nerves- however this time with the more modern system...More
A great way of getting to Sentosa and around the Island. A wonderful experience for our grandkids. However getting back to Mount Faber in late afternoon there was a lack of taxis.