Experience A Unique Hilltop And Island Themed Holiday In Singapore

From the all-new Central Beach Bazaar to the SkyHelix Sentosa panoramic ride, theres so much to experience in ones next visit to the Lion City
Bird's eye-view of the Singapore city skyline
Bird's eye-view of the Singapore city skyline

Singapore has been welcoming the return of international visitors amid an uptick in the pace of inbound travel. 

One of Singapore&rsquos leading leisure and lifestyle attractions operators, Mount Faber Leisure Group (MFLG), is offering an exciting array of connected experiences between the stunning summit of Mount Faber Peak and the white, sandy beaches of Sentosa Island.

With the opening of new attractions like Central Beach Bazaar and SkyHelix Sentosa, the country has plenty of new experiences. You can avail of an exciting array of connected experiences between the stunning summit of Mount Faber Peak and the white, sandy beaches of Sentosa Island and&nbspthe newly opened Central Beach Bazaar. 

The newest attraction on Sentosa Central Beach Bazaar offers in a single location a plethora of entertainment and dining experiences for families, the young and the young at heart. Located just footsteps away from the Sentosa Express Beach Station, this new destination enhances and encircles the existing MFLG dining and retail experiences at Good Old Days Food Court & Western Grill and FUN Shop @ Beach Plaza.

Visitors can look forward to a collection of new and refreshed experiences like Sentosa SkyJet-the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia, Sentosa Musical Fountain-a modern rendition of one of Sentosa&rsquos iconic water fountain shows, eight vibrant street food concepts at International Food Street- a tasty new enclave of eight F&ampB concepts inspired by some of the best global street food, Wings of Time- the only permanent multi-sensory night show set in the open sea and exhilarating simulation rides and carnival games.

MFLG has operated the iconic Singapore Cable Car for 48 years since it was known formerly as One Faber Group, and the now rebranded organisation continues to be at the forefront of Singapore&rsquos world-class tourism offerings, operating a diverse range of award-winning attractions, F&ampB establishments and tours.

Since its opening in 1974, the Singapore Cable Car has become a quintessential attraction for visitors to Singapore. Over the years, it has seen many visitors from all around the world, attracting more than 60 million visitors since it started operations. Spanning four generations of cable cars, the ride has since grown into the icon it is today in Singapore&rsquos tourism landscape.

Mr Buhdy Bok, Managing Director, Mount Faber Leisure Group, said, &ldquoIndia has long been one of the most important source markets for Mount Faber LeisureGroup and a key part of our success over the years. As we look forward with optimism to the return of our friends from India, we are thrilled to showcase new attractions like the recently opened Central Beach Bazaar and SkyHelix Sentosa, which have been designed for the ultimate day-to-night enjoyment for visitors of all ages, on top of our iconic stalwart attractions like the Singapore Cable Car.&rdquo

Another recent addition to MFLG&rsquos portfolio since December 2021 is SkyHelix Sentosa, Singapore&rsquos highest open-air panoramic ride and the first carbon-neutral attraction on Sentosa. Located at Imbiah Lookout, just a short stroll from the Singapore Cable Car&rsquos Sentosa station, SkyHelix Sentosa is an unforgettable open-air gondola ride that offers breathtaking 360° sights of Sentosa and the developing Greater Southern Waterfront.With an apex of 79 meters above sea level, it is one of the highest vantage points on Sentosa Island.

Latest figures show that India accounts for the second highest source of visitor arrivals since the start of this year, showing that Singapore remains one of the top destinations for Indian travellers.

Spanning across the hilltop at Mount Faber and Sentosa Island, MFLG&rsquos products are linked by the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network of six stations on two main lines &ndash the Mount Faber Line that connects mainland Singapore to the resort island of Sentosa, and the Sentosa Line that connects to the island&rsquos western end at the Siloso Point.

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