Our Singapore Cable Car Experience, Siloso Beach, and SEA Aquarium

Today, we will show you our experience taking the Singapore Cable Car and all of the attractions that we visited that are close to some of its stations. 

Our first stop was Mount Faber station where we enjoyed some scenic views of Singapore and rang the Bells of Happiness

We purchased Singapore Cable Car Sky Passes via Klook for only PHP 1173.00 which is good for one round-trip ride through all of the stations, you can use the promo code THEDAILYPHIL to get 3% off of your purchase.

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We decided to skip some attractions in Sentosa as they are not suitable for elderly people and went straight to Siloso Beach in Siloso Point Station. Siloso Beach is one of the 3 man-made beaches in Sentosa island and is known for being the liveliest because of sports and events being held here.

Siloso Beach is such a nice getaway from the modern city. Who would have thought that one could enjoy the cool breeze, swaying palm trees, and relaxing sound of the waves in a concrete jungle like Singapore? We didn’t bring any swimming outfits so we settled with walking along the beach barefoot while feeling the gentle waves crash to the shores.

Finally, we went down to Merlion Station and walked our way to SEA Aquarium in Resorts World Sentosa. It is one of the world’s largest aquariums and home to more than 100,000 marine animals. We also booked our tickets via Klook for this one for only PHP 1830.00.

Book SEA Aquarium tickets via Klook right here!

The highlight of our visit to SEA Aquarium is the Open Ocean Habitat. It is a huge tank that’s supposed to replicate the open ocean environment. Hundreds of marine species are contained here including large sea animals such as sharks and sting rays. Sitting down in front of the large viewing panel that provides a panoramic view of the underwater world was just so relaxing.

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