Mount Faber is a 106-meter hill situated beside Bukit Merah planning area in Singapore. Named after Captain Charles Edward Faber, it is the third highest hill found in Singapore, and it is covered by secondary forest growth. Providing an exquisite view of the Central Area panorama and other locations, the hill is a favorite stop for tourists.
Mount Faber Park is one Singapore’s oldest parks and a must-see for visitors. It has several lookout points near the ridge that afford you wonderful views of the Lion City skyline. If you can, try to visit the park both in the daytime and in the nighttime so you can see [Read more…]