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Your Essential Guide to Faber Peak & Mount Faber Park

October 23, 2020

1. Mount Faber Peak Singapore

a. Poland’s Bells of Happiness

Celebrate love and friendship by ringing the Poland’s Bells of Happiness! The first bell, from the Polish ship Dar Pomorza, dates back to 1909. It was originally presented as a gift to Sentosa in 1992 and moved to Mount Faber in 2012. In 2019, the second bell from the Dar Młodzieży ship was presented to Singapore to commemorate 50 years of Poland-Singapore relations! Ring both bells when you visit and make a wish!

b. Happy Steps

Immerse yourself in the rainbow hues of our Happy Steps! Don’t forget to strike a pose and snap a picture as it is one of the most Insta-worthy and eye-catching spots on Mount Faber Peak!

c. Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro (F&B)

Indulge in a scrumptious meal of your favourite Western dishes with refreshing craft beer and botanical-inspired beverages surrounded by majestic views of the rainforest hillside and harbour. Create memorable experiences at this family-friendly restaurant!

d. Dusk Restaurant & Bar (F&B)

Savour delectable European tapas and a specially curated wine list while taking in the panoramic views of HarbourFront & Sentosa. Offering the perfect vantage point to watch incredible sunsets, enjoy happy hour cocktails at the perfect al fresco hotspot.

e. Singapore Cable Car Gift Shops

Need a retail fix? Pop over to Singapore Cable Car Gift Shops that offer more than just souvenirs. Sporting a wide selection of lifestyle products and exclusive Disney merchandise, there really is something for everyone!

f. Award-winning Washroom with a view

Make a pit stop at this award-winning washroom named “Peek-a-loo” with unbridled views of the harbour, Sentosa and running cable car lines.

Other than being the home of the Singapore Cable Car, Mount Faber Peak houses restaurants with a view, many fun photo points and an Instagram-worthy restroom; all of which are unique backdrops for that perfect OOTD!

2. Mural Wall

Journey through a series of intricate copper-tooled murals, which showcase Singapore’s history from 14th century to present day. Even if you’re not a history buff, the dedicated handiwork of the Singapore Story makes it worth a visit!

Approx. 7-minute walk from Mount Faber Peak

3. Faber Point

Take in the panoramic view of Keppel Harbour and Singapore’s urban landscape from the highest point at Mount Faber Park. On a clear day, you can see as far as Indonesia’s Riau Islands, Batam and the southern tip of Peninsula Malaysia.

Standing majestically at the highest point of Mount Faber Park, the mini Merlion, standing at three metres tall, is one of the six official Merlion statues officially approved by the Singapore Tourism Board.

Approx. 7-minute walk from Mount Faber Peak

4. Henderson Waves

Admire the beautiful skyline as you stroll across the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. The 274-metre long pedestrian bridge connects Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. Check out its distinctive structure that mimics the undulating shape of a wave! This shape also allows it to have hidden recesses and shell-like niches that serve as alcoves providing shelter to the public!

Approx. 10-minute walk from Mount Faber Peak

5. Forest Walk

The Forest Walk is an elevated walkway that takes visitors through a 1.3km trail through secondary forest canopy. If you like to venture into the forest at ground level, simply take the steps down to reveal the steel structure beneath and explore the Earth Trail instead.

Approx. 20-min walk from Mount Faber Peak