Objects For Families Exhibitions

Re-live the Memories of Singapore Cable Car

by Mount Faber Leisure Group
2 May • 12:00am

Have you seen Singapore’s first-generation cable car cabin launched in 1974? Or been on board the special edition glass bottom cabin, which was installed in 1999 to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Singapore Cable Car?

Visit the exhibition at Mount Faber Peak to discover more about the heritage of Singapore Cable Car and the history of Mount Faber.

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Re-live the Memories of Singapore Cable Car
Dates & Time:
Mon, 2 May to Sun, 29 May | During Mount Faber Opening Hours

On display at Mount Faber Peak: a first-generation cabin launched in 1974 and a special edition glass-bottom cabin which was installed in 1999 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Singapore Cable Car.

Learn more about the history of Mount Faber and the historical sites surrounding the foothill, from the pictorial storyboard at Mount Faber Peak. Re-live and recreate new memories when you snap a photo of yourself and your family with the heritage cable car cabins.

Participate in our photo contest by sharing with us your #SingaporeCableCarMemory and stand to win attractive prizes!

Mount Faber Leisure Group
Mount Faber Leisure Group (MFLG) is one of Singapore’s leading operators of a suite of leisure and lifestyle services, including attractions, guided tours, event venues, souvenir, and lifestyle outlets as well as F&B operations. The company’s portfolio of products and services include the Singapore Cable Car, Wings of Time, SkyHelix Sentosa, Mount Faber Peak, Arbora Hilltop Garden and Bistro, Dusk Restaurant & Bar, Good Old Days, FUN Shop, Cable Car Gift Shop and Faber Licence Membership.

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