You may be accommodated in a hotel near Clarke Quay MRT Singapore such as the likes of Park Hotel Clarke Quay or within the area and searching for things to do, this is a heads up for you! Mount Faber Park stands tall overlooking Sentosa and Keppel Habour. The park certainly is a much-loved landmark among tourists, here are some facts about the locations:
A bit of history
This huge hill was once called Telok Blangah Hill until 1845 when someone from Madras Engineers built a road on top of it. The hill was then named after the engineer whose name was Charles Edward Faber. In 1956, Mount Faber Park was officially opened, 9 years later a cable car station was opened joining Sentosa and Mount Faber Park.
Cable car time everyone!
Gliding on the ropes from one end to another, 120 meters above sea level, is the cable cars connecting Sentosa and Mount Faber Park. The car can carry a total of about 8 people. What’s more, the cable car system is frequently updated as technology advances. Hitch a ride on one of these and get a bird’s eye view of Singapore, you won’t regret it!
Ring the bell of happiness
This bell was from 1909, from a Polish ship named Dar Pomoza. The bell of happiness was presented to Sentosa in 1992 as a gift of friendship and was set up at Mount Faber in the year 2012, it was then launched by both, the Polish Ambassador for Singapore and the General manager of Mount Faber.
The tale of Singapore in a mural
Beginning at the archaic times when Singapore was called Temasek, the copper tooled murals take you through the centuries to the present day. It is the ideal way to learn more about Singapore while you stroll down the passageway at your leisure.
Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.