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Covered by lush rainforest and with landscaped slopes, MountFaber is a lovely spot, especially at dawn and dusk. Formerly part of Telok Blangah Hill, it was renamed in 1845 after British engineer Captain Charles Edward Faber, who built the narrow winding road that leads to the summit. A joggers’ haven, it is also popular with tourists because you can stand next to the Merlion for that quintessential Singapore souvenir shot. Next to the cable car station is the Jewel Box, a glass-walled complex of souvenir shops, bars and restaurants, including the Altivo Bar – one of the best sunset viewing spots in Singapore.