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A Sustainable Future For Everyone

As a leading operator of a suite of leisure and lifestyle offerings, Mount Faber Leisure is committed to working towards a sustainable future to help protect the environment. With its staff and management, the Group has embarked on sustainability initiatives, and continuously seeks improvements in environmental conservation efforts, especially in energy savings, reducing waste and pollution, and maintaining biodiversity.

Contributing to society

Mount Faber Leisure demonstrates a commitment to the local community through various community engagements. Besides appreciating the COVID-19 frontline workers, the Group supports disadvantaged and vulnerable groups by providing trips on the iconic Singapore Cable Car to create memorable experiences for the individuals and their families.

Sustainable Sentosa

Mount Faber Leisure is working with Sentosa Development Corporation and other Island Partners as a community to neutralise our carbon footprint through a Carbon Accounting Framework that measures and tracks carbon footprint reduction.


  • Solar panels in our cable car cabins
  • No single-use plastic straws across our F&B establishments
  • Reduce food wastage through demand-driven ordering & proper inventory management
  • Reduce use of paper with e-workflows


  • #SeeItBlue Campaign to raise awareness for mental health
  • Partnering with Ambulance Wish Singapore to fulfil wishes of terminally ill patients
  • Healthier options at our F&B establishments
  • Special set meals at Arbora for senior citizens


  • Workplace Health & Safety
  • Talent development and training to be equipped with future ready skills
  • Staff engagement & well-being
  • Staff volunteerism


  • SG Clean certification
  • Safe distancing measures at all Mount Faber Leisure establishments
  • Anti-corruption practices
  • Customer privacy
  • Crisis preparedness involving Singapore Cable Car
  • Member of the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC) Singapore
  • One of the first few organisations to embark on the LowCarbonSG initiative