I traveled to Singapore in late June for the first time in two years. In addition to famous tourist areas, I went around spots I have never been to before this time. While I have lived in Singapore for a year and half before, I find something new whenever I revisit Singapore. In this article, I will write about Sentosa Cable Car and Henderson Waves as part of Day 3.
[Visit Places (series of articles)]
* Day 1: Fly to Singapore with Scoot
* Day 1: Don Mueang International Airport
* Day 2: Raffles Marina
* Day 2: Chinese Garden
* Day 2: Tiong Bahru/Outram Park/Tanjong Pagar
* Day 2: Orchard Road Part1
* Day 2: Orchard Road Part2
* Day 3: Sentosa (Madame Tussauds/Merlion etc.)
* Day 3: Sentosa (Palawan Beach)
* Day 3: Sentosa (Cable car)/Henderson Waves Bridge [This article]
* Day 3: Chinatown
* Day 4: Katong area/Esplanade
* Day 4: Marina Bay Sands/Gardens by the Bay
* Day 4: Marina Barrage Part1
* Day 4: Marina Barrage Part2/Gardens by the Bay
* Day 4: Marina Bay Sands etc.
* Day 5: library@orchard etc.
* Day 5: Little India
* Day 5: Bugis
* Day 5: Marina area & Return Home
Sentosa Cable Car (Sentosa Line)
I left Palawan Beach and returned around Sentosa Merlion.
It was Palawan Beach that I would like to visit in Sentosa the most, so I completed my purpose for the time being.
On the other hand, the cable car ticket I bought included round trips for both “Mount Faber Line” and “Sentosa Line”, so I decided to take “Sentosa Line”.
I took “Sentosa Line” at “Merlion Station”.
Around “Imbiah Lookout Station”, “Sentosa Line” intersected with “Mount Faber Line”.
View of Siloso Beach from the cable car.
I arrived at “Siloso Point Station”, the last stop.
Although there was “Fort Siloso” near the “Siloso Point Station”, which was used as a fort during the World War II, I skipped it due to my schedule.
Instead, I stopped by “Co+Nut+Ink” for a rest.
I had a cup of coconut ice cream.
Sentosa Cable Car (Mount Faber Line)
I returned from “Siloso Point Station”, transferred to” Mount Faber Line” and left Sentosa island.
It became sunny when I visited Palawan Beach, but it started to become cloudy again.
I didn’t get off at “Habourfront Station”, which I used to go to Sentosa, and continued to ride the cable car.
I got off at “Mount Faber Station”, the last stop of Mount Faber Line.
Merlion at Mount Faber Park
Mount Faber is the Singapore’s second highest hill about 105 meters in height. The area is developed as Mount Faber Park with walking trails.
I mobved to west and found used cable cars.
There was Merlion in the Mount Faber Park.
While other Merlions in Merlion park and Sentosa island were popular among tourists, there were less people around this Merlion.
Thanks to its less popularity, I was able to take photos freely.
There was also an observation deck here.
I moved west further and reached Henderson Waves.
Henderson Waves is a 274-meter-long pedestrian bridge with round design.
People spent their own time as they pleased.
I lay down and looked up the sky.
It seemed he mused about something.
Then, I went down to Henderson Road below and caught a taxi to move to the next destination, Chinatown.
That’s it for the article about Sentosa Cable Car and Henderson Waves as part of Day 3.
As Henderson Waves is not accessible so much, it does not appear in the guidebooks so often. As you can see, however, it is worth a visit due to its unique design. Henderson Waves is lighted up in the evening, so if I have another chance to visit Singapore again, I would like to go to Henderson Wave in the evening next time 🙂
In the next article, I will write about Chinatown as part of Day 3.
1 Sentosa Merlion
2 Merlion station
3 Siloso Point station
4 Sentosa station
5 Mount Faber station
6 Mount Faber Park
7 Henderson Waves
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