Take round-trip rides on both the Mount Faber Line and Sentosa Line with a Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass! Get yours at a discounted price here. 🚠
- Get the full sightseeing experience in the Lion City with the Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass!
- Enjoy big savings when you buy the pass instead of purchasing separate tickets for The Mount Faber Line and the Sentosa Line.
- The Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass is regularly priced at S$35, but you can book on WAUG here for only S$28!
- WAUG is the No. 1 activity booking app in South Korea. If you’re a new user, sign up here and get an instant $$3 discount coupon 🎊
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Why Buy the Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass
Among many attractions and activities, the cable car remains one of the top-rated experiences in Singapore. Aside from offering priceless panoramic views, it’s also one of the best ways to capture the beauty of the city at once. If you’re planning to visit and take the ride soon, know that the Singapore Cable Car Network is comprised of two lines: the Mount Faber Line and the Sentosa Line. While you can get separate tickets for each line, you’ll save a lot of money by buying the Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass, which will let you ride in the two lines. Let’s look at how the routes differ:
1. Mount Faber Cable Car Line
The first line that comprise the Singapore Cable Car Network is the Mount Faber Line. This is the original panoramic route that connects mainland Singapore to Sentosa Island. Your journey here will begin at Mount Faber Station and end at Sentosa Station. Along the way, you’ll be treated to scenic 360-degree views of the lush forest, Singapore Harbour, and Resorts World Sentosa — an experience you can’t miss!
2. Sentosa Cable Car Line
The Sentosa Cable Car, on the other hand, is a line that lets you explore Sentosa Island. If you take a cable car ride on this route, you’ll be treated to a nice view of Fort Siloso, the Central Business District, and golden sandy beaches!
Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass: Price & Deals
The Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass (Round Trip) is available on WAUG, which means you can book at a discounted price! Here’s our offer:
|SKY PASS||REGULAR RATES||DISCOUNTED PRICE ON WAUG|
(13 years and over)
|Until May 30: SGD 24.5 (USD 18)|
From June 1: SGD 28 (USD 20.5)
(4-12 years old)
|Until May 30: SGD 17.50 (USD 25)|
From June 1: SGD 20 (US 14.7)
- Inclusive of round-trip rides to both the Sentosa line and the Mount Faber line
- EXTRA $3 DISCOUNT! First time to book on WAUG? Sign up today and get an extra $3 discount coupon that you can apply on your first booking! (Discount applies per transaction with a minimum purchase.)
How to Book Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass on WAUG
WAUG, short for “Where are [you] going?”, is the No. 1 activity booking app in South Korea. If you’re quite unsure how to book online, just follow these steps:
- Log in or sign up for an account here.
- Proceed to the booking page of Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass (Round Trip Ticket) here.
- Select the date, option, and quantity.
- Check out using your debit, credit, or prepaid card.
- Receive your mobile ticket via email or the WAUG app.
Singapore Cable Car: Hours & Boarding Locations
With your Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass, you’ll be able to board and alight in any of the following locations:
- Mount Faber Station (Faber Peak Singapore): 109 Mount Faber Road, Faber Peak, Singapore 099203
- HarbourFront Station (HarbourFront Tower 2): 3 Harbourfront Pl, Singapore 099254
- Sentosa Station (Imbiah Lookout): Imbiah Lookout, Singapore
The Cable Car is open from 8:45am-10pm. Last admission is at 9:30pm.
FAQ on the Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass
1. How long does a round-trip ride take?
It takes around 30 minutes to complete a round-trip ride on the Mount Faber Line and up to 15 minutes on the Sentosa Line.
2. If I get a Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass, can I alight at Mount Faber, HarbourFront, or Sentosa Stations?
Yes, holders of the Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass, which provides one round-trip ride on each line, get to alight at any of the said stations.
Featured image from Mount Faber Leisure.