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Singapore Cable Car Tickets

Hop on board the Singapore Cable Car and spot famous attractions such as Mount Faber Park, Universal Studios, Resorts World Sentosa and more. With Singapore Cable Car tickets, enjoy dining experiences, choose from round-trip and single-trip sky passes, or opt for a combo tour.
Singapore Cable Car Tickets

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Singapore Cable Car Tickets Guide

The Singapore Cable Car is an ariel gondola lift system that links Mount Faber on the mainland of Singapore to the resort island of Sentosa. It attracts 2200 passengers every hour for being one of a kind attraction in the country. The system consists of 51 air-conditioned cabins that rise 120 meters above ground level and offer sweeping views of the lush mountains and the harbor through its glass windows. 
With our collection of Singapore Cable Car tickets, get truly unique experiences like a dining pass, a round-trip sky pass, or explore more with combo experiences. Read on to know about the various ticket types, discounts, and offers, along with the best time to visit, visitor capacity and safety, routes, and more.

All Your Singapore Cable Car Ticket Options

The Singapore Cable Car system consists of two routes, each served by its station and cars. The first route runs from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island, while the second route, Cable Car Sentosa runs from Sentosa Island to Fort Canning Hill. The system has a total of 67 cabins, each capable of carrying up to 8 passengers. 
There are three Singapore Cable Car ticket options to choose from: a round-trip sky pass, dining experience tickets, and combo tickets. 
A round trip pass allows you to access all six stations on both lines, while the dining experience tickets offer a 4-course meal, access to a private cable car cabin, and a round trip. Combo tickets are a great way to explore Sentosa further with access to attractions such as Wings of Time Show, SkyHelix Sentosa, and more. 
Here is all you need to know about the various tickets. 

Cable Car Round Trip Sky Pass

Dining Experience Tickets

Combo Tickets

The round-trip pass allows you to complete the entire trip — all six stations on both routes — irrespective of the station you board at. This pass is all you need to go on a cable car journey that takes you to some of the most beautiful sections of Singapore, from the mainland to Sentosa and back. Enjoy the incredible views of Singapore’s Southern precinct on this 30-minute Cable Car ride. Some of the sights you will get to see are Mount Faber Park, Universal Studios, and Resorts World Sentosa. 

Recommended Experiences 

Cover all of Singapore's attractions in this unique cable car experience. Take a round trip on the famous cable cars overlooking the Island of Sentosa.
Enjoy the view of the Lion City from 100 meters above sea level while you savor delicious meals. With a dining experience, enjoy a 4-course Singaporian vegetarian, non-vegetarian, Japanese, or a bento box meal while you enjoy a round trip on the Singapore Cable Car. You can also choose to have lunch at Arbora Restaurant (Faber Peak, Mt Faber), or dinner at Good Old Days (Beach Plaza, Sentosa) instead with a round trip on the cable car. 

Recommended Experiences

Perfect for a day out with friends or family, these tickets offer a private cabin on the cable car with two round trips. While enjoying the scenic views of Sentosa and Mount Faber, savor a delicious premium  4-course meal, and choose from authentic Singaporean vegetarian, non-vegetarian, Japanese, or a classic bento box. 
If you want to explore Sentosa further, combo tickets are a steal deal. Not only do these tickets give you access to Singapore Cable Car, but also to attractions such as SkyHelix Sentosa; and include a special Singapore dining pass. 
Recommended Experiences 
  • Combo: Singapore Cable Car + Sentosa Dining Pass
    Take a round trip on the Singapore Cable Car connecting Sentosa and Faber Peak. While you soak in the panoramic view, these tickets also include a pass for delicious meals. Choose from among seven restaurants at Sentosa for lunch or dinner and save up to 48% on your meal. 
  • Combo: Singapore Cable Car + SkyHelix Sentosa + Sentosa Dining Pass
    This combo experience includes the best of Sentosa! With this ticket, experience SkyHelix Sentosa, Singapore’s highest open-air panoramic ride, a round trip ride on Singapore Cable Car, and a dining pass, that allows you to grab a meal at one of six restaurants in Sentosa.
  • Singapore Cable Car Tickets: Round-Trip with Lunch/Dinner
    Enjoy a roundtrip on the Singapore Cable Car and choose to have lunch at either Arbora Restaurant (Faber Peak, Mt Faber), or dinner at Good Old Days (Beach Plaza, Sentosa). 

Which Singapore Cable Car Ticket Should You Go For?

Before you book your cable car ticket, here is what you need to know to choose the right one for your needs:

If you are on a budget 

A round trip pass is the most reasonable cable car ticket option. You can enjoy access to both route lines and all six stations, irrespective of the station you board from. Enjoy the panoramic views of Sentosa and Mount Faber without burning a hole in your pocket. 

If you want to have a meal on the journey 

Singapore Cable Car also offers delightful dining experiences. This premium affair offers private cabins and an assortment of vegetarian and non-vegetarian meal choices to choose from.

If you want to explore Singapore further

Combo tickets are a great way to get value for money. Not only do you get access to a ride on the Sentosa cable car, but also other experiences such as Sentosa SkyHelix or a dining pass. 

Singapore Cable Car Ticket Offers

Free Entry

Children under the age of 4 can enjoy free entry. 

Discounted Tickets 

Children between the age of 4-12 can enjoy discounted Singapore Cable Car tickets. 

Cashbacks and Discounts 

If you sign up and book a ticket with Headout, you can avail yourself up to S$10 with the code GOSNG, and an additional cashback of S$3.25. Headout also offers up to 30% off on selected Singapore Cable Car tickets. 

Plan Your Singapore Cable Car Ride

Opening Hours

Getting There

Facilities

What are Singapore Cable Car’s opening hours?
It operates daily from 8:45 AM to 10:00 PM, with the last boarding time at 9:30 PM.
When is the Singapore Cable Car system closed?
You can go for a cable car ride every day of the year. However, the Mount Faber Line will be closed from 12 to 18 July 2022 and Sentosa Cable Car Line will be closed from 19 to 29 July 2022 for maintenance work. 
What is the best time to take a Singapore Cable Car ride?
The best time of day is definitely during sunset, between 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. However, daytime rides allow you to spot every attraction from the top and enjoy the view of the sea, while nighttime rides offer a glittering view of the city’s skyline. 
The best time of year is during the cooler months, between November to March. Since summer months tend to get quite hot in Singapore, it’s best to avoid daytime rides and go during the evenings.
How long is a Singapore Cable Car ride?
The Sentosa Line takes between 20- 30 minutes, while the Mount Faber line takes about 15 minutes. 
Where are the boarding points for Singapore Cable Car located?
There are 6 boarding points from where you can purchase your Singapore Cable Car tickets or redeem the online booking. 
Mount Faber line 
Sentosa Line
Please note that Sentosa Station can also be reached from Imbiah Lookout Station in under 3 minutes on foot.
How do I get to the boarding points for my Singapore Cable Car ride?
Here is how you can get to the main stations:
HarbourFront
By Bus: The nearest bus stand is the Opp HarbourFront Int, located just outside the boarding station. 
By Train: Harbourfront - NE1 / CC29 is the nearest subway and only a 5-minute walk to the boarding station. 
By Car: Set your GPS en route to “HarbourFront Station” and follow the directions to reach your destination.

If you purchase the dining experience tickets, you will need to start your ride at Mount Faber Station, and here is how you can get there:
By Bus: The nearest bus stop is the Bef Mt Faber Lodge, located just outside the park. 
By MRT: The nearest subway station is Harbourfront station and it only takes a 5-minute walk to get to Mount Faber Park. The walk to the cable car station takes another 10 minutes from the park entrance. 
By Car: Set your GPS to “Mount Faber Carpark B” and follow directions. You can park your car in the lot and walk 5 minutes to the cable car station. 
How far are the stations on the Mount Faber and Sentosa Lines?
Mount Faber Line: Mount Faber Station is about 700 m from Harbour Front, and the Sentosa Station is about 950 m from Harbour Front. You would cover the journey in about 15 minutes.
Sentosa Line: Merlion Station is about 750 m from Imbiah Lookout, which is another 950 m from the final stop, Siloso Point. You would cover the journey in 20-30 minutes.
Are Singapore Cable Cars wheelchair accessible?
Yes, all cable cars are wheelchair friendly. Each station has lifts that allow wheelchair users to move about comfortably.
Is photography permitted from Singapore Cable Car cabins?
Yes, photography for personal use is permitted. 
Are dining options available on a Singapore Cable Car journey?
Yes, you can purchase dining experience tickets to enjoy sumptuous vegetarian or non-vegetarian meals of Singaporean or Japanese cuisine, across two round trips on the cable car. 

What To Expect On A Singapore Cable Car Ride

The Singapore Cable Car follows two main routes. Let's take a closer look at these two routes.

Attractions along the Mount Faber cable car line

The Mount Faber Line offers panoramic views of the Central Business District of Singapore as it moves across the world-class highway. Kids would especially love watching the vehicles whiz past on the roads below them. The Faber Peak surrounded by lush greenery is a welcome change from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The Mount Faber Cable Car on its way to Sentosa also crosses the Keppel Harbor and the Harbourfront Cruise Centre. As the cable car looms on Sentosa Island, the Merlion greets you to Sentosa! The vistas are breathtaking and a delight for photographers.

Attractions along the Sentosa Cable Car Line

The Sentosa Cable Car Line is also a visual wonderland and cuts across a considerable length of the island. From Imbiah to Siloso Point, you can see Mount Imbiah’s jungle, MegaZip Adventure Park, Fort Siloso, and the Siloso beach. Enjoy tranquil views of the sea, mountains, and everything in between, on this route. 

Top Things to Do in Singapore

Here are some more things to do in the city of Singapore you should add to your checklist.

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel located at Marina Bay. It is one of the world's tallest Ferris wheels, standing at a height of 165 meters (541 feet). The Flyer has a diameter of 150 meters (492 feet) and consists of 28 air-conditioned capsules, each capable of carrying 28 passengers. With Singapore Flyer tickets you can enjoy sweeping views of the Singapore skyline. 

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island. It is the first Universal Studios theme park in Southeast Asia. The park features 24 rides and attractions, themed after popular Hollywood movies and television shows. Universal Studios Singapore tickets offer you unlimited access to all rides and attractions, for an unforgettable time to be spent with friends and family. 

S.E.A Aquarium Singapore

The S.E.A Aquarium Singapore is also located within Resorts World Sentosa. It is one of the world's largest aquariums, with a total water volume of 45 million liters (12 million gallons). The aquarium has over 800 species of marine life, including manta rays, hammerhead sharks, and goliath groupers. Buy S.E.A Aquarium Singapore tickets to discover fascinating marine life.

Singapore River Safari

The Singapore River Safari is a river-themed zoo located in Mandai, Singapore. The zoo is home to over 6,000 animals, representing 300 species of freshwater fishes, mammals, and reptiles from around the world. The zoo's key attractions include the Giant Panda Forest, the Amazon Flooded Forest, and the River Nile Crocodile Habitat. If you want to experience a unique, themed zoo with exotic animals, Singapore River Safari tickets pave the way for it. 

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Bird Park is located at Jurong Hill in Singapore. It covers an area of 20 hectares (49 acres) and is home to over 5,000 birds representing 380 species. The park has several themed exhibits, including the African Waterfall Aviary, the Asian Wetland Exhibit, and the Australasia Exhibit. Purchasing Jurong Bird Park Singapore tickets is a great way to spend a fun day learning about birds and their behavior.

Post Covid-19 Safety Measures and New Rules for a Singapore Cable Car Experience

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore Cable Car has enforced several safety measures:
  • Masks have been made mandatory.
  • Contactless payment is encouraged.
  • A safe distance of 1 meter must be maintained at all times within the venue.
  • Arbora, Dusk Restaurant & Bar, Good Old Days, Gift Shops, and FUN Shops will remain open.

Singapore Cable Car FAQs

Where can I book Singapore Cable Car tickets?

Book your Singapore Cable Car tickets online. This ensures that you get your preferred date and time of visit, plus enables you to avoid waiting in long queues at the ticket counter. Booking your experience at Headout offers great discounts, up to 30%, with additional coupons and cashback.

Are Singapore Cable Car tickets available online now?

Yes, tickets are available online now. Guests are advised to prebook their tickets online to get their preferred date of visit.

What are the different Singapore Cable Car ticket options?

There are three ticket options you can choose from: the round trip sky pass allows you to cover all 6 stations across both lines, irrespective of where you board from, while the dining experience, which is premium tickets, offers 2 round trips in private cabins with a 4-course luxury lunch or dinner. Combo tickets not only give you access to trips on the Singapore Cable Car but also other attractions in the city at a steal deal.

Are there any discounts available on Singapore Cable Car tickets?

Yes. Children between the age of 4-11 enjoy discounted prices on their tickets. Booking your ticket online also offers additional discounts and cashback.

What routes are available for a Singapore Cable Car ride?

There are two main routes: the Mount Faber Line and the Sentosa Line.
Mount Faber Line: Mount Faber Station, HarbourFront, and Sentosa Station.
Sentosa Line: Merlion Station, Imbiah Lookout, Siloso Point

How long is a Singapore Cable Car ride?

It depends on the Singapore Cable Car ticket you purchase. A journey along the Mount Faber line is about 15 minutes, while one on the Sentosa Line is between 20-30 minutes. If you choose one with a lunch/dinner variant, your journey could be between 1.5 to 2.5 hours.

Is lunch/dinner included in my Singapore Cable Car ticket?

No. You would need to specifically book a ride that includes lunch or dinner in its inclusions. With these specific experiences, you can choose from vegetarian or non-vegetarian options from Singaporean or Japanese cuisine.

What is the visitor capacity of a Singapore Cable Car?

The cable cars are spacious and can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests, including a baby stroller.

What are Singapore Cable Car’s opening hours?

It operates daily from 8:45 AM to 10:00 PM, and the last boarding time is at 9:30 PM.

When is Singapore Cable Car closed?

You can go for a ride every day throughout the year. However, for maintenance, the Mount Faber Line will be closed from 12 to 18 July 2022 and Sentosa Cable Car Line will be closed from 19 to 29 July 2022.

What is the best time to take a Singapore Cable Car ride?

The best time of day is definitely during sunset, between 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. However, daytime rides allow you to spot every attraction from the top and enjoy the view of the sea, while nighttime rides offer a glittering view of the city’s skyline.
The best time of year is during the cooler months, between November to March. Since summer months tend to get quite hot in Singapore, it’s best to avoid daytime rides and go during the evenings.

Where are the boarding points for Singapore Cable Car located?

There are 6 boarding points from where you can purchase your Singapore Cable Car tickets or redeem the online booking. 
Mount Faber line 
Sentosa Line
Please note that Sentosa Station can also be reached from Imbiah Lookout Station in under 3 minutes on foot.

If you purchase the dining experience tickets, you will need to start your ride at Mount Faber Station, and here is how you can get there:
By Bus: The nearest bus stop is the Bef Mt Faber Lodge, located just outside the park. 
By MRT: The nearest subway station is Harbourfront station and it only takes a 5-minute walk to get to Mount Faber Park. The walk to the cable car station takes another 10 minutes from the park entrance. 
By Car: Set your GPS to “Mount Faber Carpark B” and follow directions. You can park your car in the lot and walk 5 minutes to the cable car station.

Is the Singapore Cable Car wheelchair accessible?

Yes. Lifts are available at all stations to ensure wheelchair users can move about comfortably. All cabins are equipped to accommodate wheelchairs as well.
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