Pikachu and friends have also joined the celebration in new birthday-themed Pokémon cable car cabins
In conjunction with Singapore Cable Car’s golden jubilee, Mount Faber Leisure Group (MFLG) extends its invitation to Singaporean seniors aged 60 and above to be part of the celebration to relive their cable car experience – at no charge – every Tuesday through February and March 2024. On top of a complimentary round-trip ride, Singaporean seniors will also receive a $5 F&B voucher that can be used across all F&B establishments operated by MFLG.
Every Tuesday from February to March, Singaporean seniors aged 60 and above can present a valid ID at MFLG’s ticketing counters to redeem:
- free Tuesday rides on Singapore Cable Car – Mount Faber Line (Round Trip)
- a complimentary $5 F&B voucher
o Valid for use with a minimum spend of $10 at MFLG’s restaurants, including the award-winning Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro, a family-friendly restaurant serving botanical-inspired dishes at Mount Faber Peak
On top of that, MFLG will be offering a $5 Mount Faber Line round-trip ticket for up to 2 accompanying caregivers per Singaporean senior citizen on the same day. Caregivers will also receive a complimentary $5 F&B voucher in return. For more information, please visit here.
From 10th to 24th February, locals can also enjoy a special 50% discount on Cable Car Sky Pass (Round Trip) purchased at MFLG’s ticketing counters or online store. This pass offers a round-trip ride on both the Mount Faber Line and Sentosa Line.
“Embracing our 50th anniversary milestone, we are thrilled to celebrate this momentous occasion with our seniors, who have been with us right from the start, to create beautiful new memories with the Singapore Cable Car all over again. This time, we are launching our birthday-themed Pokémon cabins, paying homage to the sense of exploration that the Singapore Cable Car has brought to all of us over the past five decades, but with a fresh experience. We hope this will bring not only wonderful memories but also a tinge of nostalgia, with new discoveries and adventures,” said Mr Buhdy Bok, Managing Director, MFLG.
Birthday-themed Pokémon adventure in the sky
Following the roaring success of the first two instalments of the Pokémon experience at Singapore Cable Car, MFLG is set to launch its third and final phase, featuring an entire fleet of 67 cabins adorned with adorable birthday-themed Pokémon designs.
From now to 30th April 2024, cable car cabins along the Mount Faber Line will be adorned with endearing Pokémon dressed in party attire. Guests will be able to enjoy a scenic journey with these fun-loving Pokémon, including Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, as well as the admired Pikachu and Snorlax. Over at the Sentosa cable car station, guests can capture their celebratory moments at a massive Pokémon feature wall.
Icy treats to cool off the heat
Nothing beats an icy treat on a scorching summer day. Guests can win free ice cream by participating in a social media giveaway. To redeem the complimentary ice cream, guests can post a photo of themselves in the Pokémon cable car cabins on their personal Instagram or Facebook accounts with the hashtag #SGCableCar50 and tag @MountFaberLeisure. Guests can then redeem the ice cream by heading over to the Singapore Cable Car Gift Shop @Mount Faber Peak and Singapore Cable Car Gift Shop @Imbiah Lookout, limited to one redemption per visitor and while stocks last.
Celebrate with the iconic Singapore Cable Car
Since its inception in 1974, the Singapore Cable Car has cemented its iconic status as one of the nation’s most recognisable attractions, serving more than 60 million visitors over the decades as the most scenic way to travel between Mount Faber Peak and Sentosa. In 2024, a year-long celebration will be rolled out to commemorate 50 years of delightful experiences on the Singapore Cable Car – Mount Faber Line while allowing visitors to create countless more unforgettable memories.
For more information on the Singapore Cable Car’s 50th anniversary celebrations, please visit here.
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