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6 Things That You Can Do At Mount Faber Singapore

June 8, 2019

When you are visiting Singapore with your kids, don’t forget to come to Mount Faber. Mount Faber is one of the best places to see in Singapore that you have to visit.

There are many SGB Family that asked us what are the activities that you can do at Mount Faber and how to get there. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

  1. Baby Merlion
  2. Ring The Bells
  3. Write Wishes at Wishing Bells
  4. Take A Stroll along Henderson Waves
  5. Singapore Scenery
  6. Learn The History of Mural

Mount Faber was once known as Telok Blangah Hill but its name was changed to Mount Faber on July 1845. This was done to honour Captain Charles Edward Faber, a man from Madras Engineers that built a narrow winding road to establish a signal transmitter.

In 2005, a cable car station on Mount Faber is now a famous tourist attraction known as Faber Peak where you can see a panoramic view of Singapore.

Baby Merlion

Take a look at the ‘baby’ Merlion on Faber Point. This is not a real baby Merlin but was named so because it looks smaller than the Merlion at Merlion Park. 

‘Baby’ Merlion is 3 metre tall and it is one of the five officially admitted Merlion by Singapore Tourism Board in Singapore. Are you curious about the rest 4 Merlions?

Ring The Bells

On top of Mont Faber, there is a bell called Bell of Happiness. You and your children can come here and ring it or take a picture together with it.

This bell is actually a gift for Sentosa Island in 1992 but it was given to Faber Peak in 2012.

There is a belief by visitors and couples that if you ring this bell together, you will be blessed with harmony, happiness and peace. Do you believe it?

credit: Pinterest
credit: Pinterest

Write Wishes at Wishing Bells

Wishing Bells has the same concept as love locks at Namsan Tower in Korea. You don’t need to travel far to Korea to try this!

credit: onlywilliam.blogspot.com
credit: onlywilliam.blogspot.com

This place is not far from Bell of Happiness. You will see many fences with numerous locks on them.

To purchase the locks, you can do so at the store at the entrance of the cable car. Afterwards, proceed to write your wishes and lock them at Wishing Bells. This activity can also be enjoyed by your children. 

Take A Stroll along Henderson Waves

When you are at Mount Faber, don’t forget to visit the famous Henderson Waves. Bring your kids along and catch beautiful sunset here!

Henderson Waves is 274 metre long and it is the tallest bridge that connects Mount Faber and Telok Blangah Hill Park.

Singapore Scenery

Let’s embrace the beauty of Singapore at Faber Point! Make sure to check the weather before you bring your kids here so that you can get the best scenery.

You can go to Keppel Harbour, located at a private island, from here. If you’re lucky, you will get to see Riau Island of Indonesia and Malaysia Peninsula when the weather is nice!

Learn The History of Mural

Under platform Faber Point, you will see walls with drawings that tell stories of Singapore. Catch a glimpse of Singapore in the past when its name was Temasek and revolutionised into Singapore that we know today.

This place is perfect for your kids to learn about Singapore’s history in a fun way and you don’t even need to walk too far to get here!

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When you are visiting Singapore with your kids, don’t forget to come to Mount Faber. Mount Faber is one of the best places to see in Singapore that you have to visit.

There are many SGB Family that asked us what are the activities that you can do at Mount Faber and how to get there. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

  1. Baby Merlion
  2. Ring The Bells
  3. Write Wishes at Wishing Bells
  4. Take A Stroll along Henderson Waves
  5. Singapore Scenery
  6. Learn The History of Mural

Mount Faber was once known as Telok Blangah Hill but its name was changed to Mount Faber on July 1845. This was done to honour Captain Charles Edward Faber, a man from Madras Engineers that built a narrow winding road to establish a signal transmitter.

In 2005, a cable car station on Mount Faber is now a famous tourist attraction known as Faber Peak where you can see a panoramic view of Singapore.

Baby Merlion

Take a look at the ‘baby’ Merlion on Faber Point. This is not a real baby Merlin but was named so because it looks smaller than the Merlion at Merlion Park. 

‘Baby’ Merlion is 3 metre tall and it is one of the five officially admitted Merlion by Singapore Tourism Board in Singapore. Are you curious about the rest 4 Merlions?

Ring The Bells

On top of Mont Faber, there is a bell called Bell of Happiness. You and your children can come here and ring it or take a picture together with it.

This bell is actually a gift for Sentosa Island in 1992 but it was given to Faber Peak in 2012.

There is a belief by visitors and couples that if you ring this bell together, you will be blessed with harmony, happiness and peace. Do you believe it?

credit: Pinterest
credit: Pinterest

Write Wishes at Wishing Bells

Wishing Bells has the same concept as love locks at Namsan Tower in Korea. You don’t need to travel far to Korea to try this!

credit: onlywilliam.blogspot.com
credit: onlywilliam.blogspot.com

This place is not far from Bell of Happiness. You will see many fences with numerous locks on them.

To purchase the locks, you can do so at the store at the entrance of the cable car. Afterwards, proceed to write your wishes and lock them at Wishing Bells. This activity can also be enjoyed by your children. 

Take A Stroll along Henderson Waves

When you are at Mount Faber, don’t forget to visit the famous Henderson Waves. Bring your kids along and catch beautiful sunset here!

Henderson Waves is 274 metre long and it is the tallest bridge that connects Mount Faber and Telok Blangah Hill Park.

Singapore Scenery

Let’s embrace the beauty of Singapore at Faber Point! Make sure to check the weather before you bring your kids here so that you can get the best scenery.

You can go to Keppel Harbour, located at a private island, from here. If you’re lucky, you will get to see Riau Island of Indonesia and Malaysia Peninsula when the weather is nice!

Learn The History of Mural

Under platform Faber Point, you will see walls with drawings that tell stories of Singapore. Catch a glimpse of Singapore in the past when its name was Temasek and revolutionised into Singapore that we know today.

This place is perfect for your kids to learn about Singapore’s history in a fun way and you don’t even need to walk too far to get here!

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