One Faber Group marks the 45th anniversary of the Singapore Cable Car with the debut of ‘Miraculous’, an original multi-sensorial video-mapping show on the Angsana tree at hilltop restaurant Arbora at Faber Peak Singapore. There will also be a line-up of exciting activities, events, F&B promotions at Singapore’s only hilltop destination from 30 March.
The Singapore Cable Car connects Mount Faber to Sentosa Island and offers guests seamless access to a collection of unique leisure activities from the hilltop to the island. An iconic attraction that has played a significant role in the Singaporean tourism landscape for 45 years, the Singapore Cable Car has captured the hearts and minds of locals and tourists with its breath-taking scenic views of Sentosa Island, Mount Faber and the Harbourfront. Since starting operations in 1974, close to 57 million riders have taken the Singapore Cable Car.
For over four decades, the Singapore Cable Car has scored many notable achievements, such as being featured in a promotional video for Bollywood movie “Badrinath Ki Dulhania” (2017) , Maestro Ilaiyaraaja’s promotional video for his concert in Singapore (2018), an episode of popular American television series Hawaii Five-O (1979); having played host to the contestants of the Miss World Pageant (1989), Asia’s first to offer sky dining in a cable car cabin (1998); the world’s first Angry Bird themed cable car (2012).
“With the Singapore Cable Car as our focus for the 45th-anniversary campaign, guests can look forward to fun and exciting activities that revolve around this attraction to create lasting memories for tourists and to bring back happy memories for the locals. Our calendar is packed year-long with new experiences designed to delight guests to (re)visit and (re)discover Mount Faber. Through this, One Faber Group reinforces our commitment to continually renew and refresh our diverse range of products, so that guests will always find new opportunities to (re)create new moments with us,” said Mr Buhdy Bok, Managing Director, Mount Faber Leisure Group.