Singapore Cable Car – New Sentosa Network

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Cable Cars in the air

Discover Sentosa island with an entirely new view with Singapore Cable Car’s new Sentosa Network! Check out some high-flying shots of the experience here!

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Mount Faber Line 1

The new Sentosa Line is an extension to the Mount Faber Line, which offers a great view of Resorts World at Sentosa. We’ll take a look at both lines for an overview of the network.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Mount Faber Line 2

The Mount Fable Line has been in operation since the 1970s. It has been upgraded over the years, with an overhaul in 2010. No clunky capsules. And well, definitely feels safer.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Mount Faber Line, above Adventure Cove Waterpark

The cable car lines glide over Adventure Cove Waterpark. If you’ve read Dejiki.com for a very long time, you’d know that there was a series documenting the construction of Marine Life Park. Revisit the from the air series sometime later!

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Walking to the Merlion station

After walking out of the Sentosa Station of the Mount Faber Line, you won’t miss the new cable car that is cutting across the open area. But boarding that new line isn’t that simple. You’ll have to take a 5 minute stroll to the station.

Yes, they’re not directly connected. You’ll have to walk past the Tiger Sky Tower, the new Madame Tussauds (and renewed Images of Singapore, then.. it’s a few escalators down (to the area in front of the Merlion)… and then a few at the Merlion Station of this new cable car network, to get to the loading platform.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Merlion Station

You can see the other sightseeing attraction here. The view around Sentosa must be good to have so many of such types around.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Merlion Station 2

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Merlion Station 3

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Madame Tussauds Singapore

The gondola drifts smoothly at the inclined ascent, which glides over the open area near the other cable car. It goes between two attractions in this part of Sentosa.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Tiger Sky Tower

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Luge aerial view

Ah look – it’s the Sentosa Luge system.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Siloso aerial view

While it’s not the same thing, this new cable car line reminds me of the old Sentosa Monorail. It’s not the Sentosa Express. These little white trains brought visitors around the island with an elevated view, with no air-conditioning and rather scary sliding doors. How many of you were lucky enough remember the monorail experience?

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Imbiah aerial view

The line loops at Siloso Point, so this is a form of transport to Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort, Fort Siloso and the Underwater World.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Siloso point station

The Siloso leg is probably the best part of the entire line, because it offers a spectacular view of this part of the island, and the sea beyond.

Singapore Cable Car Sky Network - Sentosa Line, Siloso beach

Tickets for the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network (Sentosa Line) start at $13 for adults and $8 for children. Local residents enjoy a special rate of $9 for adults and $5.50 for children. Bundles with the Mount Faber Line are also available. For more information and to buy tickets online, visit the official website.

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2 Responses to Singapore Cable Car – New Sentosa Network

  1. Wee-Sen July 15, 2015 at 8:52 pm #

    Actually nicholas the connection is meant to be made with imbiah lookout station of the sentosa line with sentosa station of the mount faber line (isn’t that confusing). There is a covered walkway between both stations past the insectarium and the 4D theatre.

    • Dejiki July 18, 2015 at 9:25 am #

      Ah, thanks for bringing that up. For the purposes of capturing the journey from end to end, my trip started from the Merlion station. I’ll add the more direct connection when I have a chance to revisit.

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