SINGAPORE CABLE CAR
1 Harbourfront Avenue, Keppel Bay Tower, Singapore 098632 DirectionsSince 1974
Sandy Beaches, Skyline Luge Sentosa, Universal Studios, Imbiah Lookout Station and Siloso Point Station, Madame Tussauds & Megazip Adventure Park
Singapore Cable Car is the first cableway in the nation to connect Faber Peak on the mainland of Singapore with Sentosa island resort. The cable car trips are connected through a network of more than 100 cabins on Mount Faber, spanning almost 5 kilometres. It gives the entire Sentosa-HarbourFront skyline and the resort island a 360-degree aerial and visual treat. You can enjoy the incredible aerial views from Mount Faber Peak Singapore. The fantastic panoramic view of the cable car is an innovative learning session outside the classroom for students.
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NUS BABA HOUSE
157 Neil Road, Singapore 088883 DirectionsSince 2008
Photos, Maintaining Heritage Series, Art, Culture, Architecture, Social History, Outreach Program, Exhibition Programmes, Walking Tour, Practical Experience & Collection
NUS Baba House exhibits the interior of a 1920s Peranakan family home. It is an architectural icon and the first heritage house in Singapore. It expressed by the preservation and reconstruction of a domestic space which displays the material culture of the community dating back to the early 20th century. It offers nine galleries and additional adjoining spaces that host a wide range of exhibitions, module collaborations, and programs. Tours and self-guided visits are available.
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THE SGH MUSEUM
Bowyer Block Cock Tower Singapore General Hospital, Outram Road, Singapore 169608 DirectionsSince 2009
Clock Tower, Equipment and Models, Medical-Objects, Exhibits, Records, Healthcare Services & History
The SGH Museum holds a collection of artefacts and documents, where tourists can trace Singapore's long and rich history. It is also a site to learn about the advancement of medical specialities and medical education in Singapore, presented with the new state-of-the-art digital and audiovisual technology. Tourists are encouraged to explore the different interactive exhibits openly and learn about the evolving position of health services. It affords free entry for all visitors.