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Singapore Flavours Cabin
Photograph: One Faber Group

Dine in a private cable car for just $55 at Mount Faber

Other deals include 55 percent off your Cable Car Sky Pass and Sentosa Island Bus Tour ticket prices

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo

These days, with leisure travelling becoming a distant possibility, play tourist in your backyard. Thinking of ways to spend the weekend? After exploring the Canopy Park at Jewel Changi Airport, or catching a film in cinemas, you can now look forward to unlimited cable car rides and attractive sky dining offers as part of One Faber Group’s Welcome Back promotion.

Social distancing will not be a concern as you savour a local feast aboard your very own private cable car cabin. Taste seven iconic Singaporean dishes at one go with the Singapore Flavours Cabin, available at just $55. The hearty bento dinner set features Hainanese chicken rice, crispy prawn wonton, tau goreng, wok-fried chilli crab meat with mini buns, and a slice of rainbow cake – paired with gorgeous, aerial views of Harbourfront. 

There’s also the unlimited Sky Pass ($15.75 per adult and $11.25 per child) for locals, which offers a scenic mode of transportation between Sentosa Island and Faber Peak. Take as many trips along the Mount Faber Line and Sentosa Line during its operating hours from 8.45am to 8.30pm.

Arbora Photograph: One Faber Group

Other highlights include bundle deals of unlimited Sky Pass with cake from Arbora ($26 per adult and $21 per child), unlimited Sky Pass with a Cable Car NanoBlock keepsake ($28 per adult and $24 per child), and the locals-only Sentosa Island Bus Tour promotion ($11.25 per adult and $9 per child). Fancy a meal with a view away from the city crowd? Arbora, located atop Mount Faber, is also offering a family bundle ($55) that feeds two adults and one child.

The Welcome Back promotion is available for purchase at, from now till August 31. Deals are valid for redemption until March 31 2021.

For more going-out ideas, check out our live list of reopened attractions and other cultural institutions

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