Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line from Siloso Point to Imbiah Lookout by Cable Car

After my late lunch of Nasi Kandar at Marrybrown to simulate an overseas trip to Malaysia, I took a joyride on the Volvo B12BLEA Beach Tram over to Siloso Point to continue my journey on the Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line. It was nearing evening anyway, and I opted to start heading back to mainland Singapore by flight.

Siloso Point cable car station is in shipshape.

Heading to board my first domestic leg of the flight back to mainland Singapore.

The route map of the Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line at Siloso Point station.

Heading up to the boarding platform.

There is a significantly longer queue on the Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line, probably due to the unbeatable S$3 local resident or NTUC free tickets promotions going on, as compared with the priority queue and private cable car experience on the Singapore Cable Car Mount Faber Line.

The depot of the Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line is located below the boarding platform, with a down line as seen on the right of this picture.

The staff checks for the SafeEntry pass and ticket, and takes your temperature before opening up the queue line. Each group gets a private cable car for social distancing, which adds on to the wait a little, but that’s fine by me for social distancing and a VIP experience.

Boarding the Singapore Cable Car Sentosa Line cable car.

Flying above Mount Imbiah.

The colourful Sentosa Line cable cars across Mount Imbiah.

With the free NTUC Sentosa Line tickets, this is like an express line between Siloso Point and Imbiah Lookout to minimise waiting times for the Bus A or Bus C.

Passing by the AJ Hackett Sentosa Skybridge.

Passing by the Mega Adventure Park and Fort Imbiah on Mount Imbiah.

Taking a steep descend into Imbiah Lookout station.

Not many people would alight here on a joyride as most would be heading back to Merlion station which connects with the Sentosa Express monorail. Hence, there may be a queue build-up at this station when there is a lack of empty cable cars.

Luckily for the people waiting, I disembarked here so the queue could move up by one group.

Heading down from the platform.

From here, it is a short walk over to Sentosa cable car station to transfer for my flight out back to mainland Singapore.

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