This is not the tallest hill in Singapore (That title goes to Bukit Timah Hill), but it's one that has commercialisation written all over it. Standing at 105 metres, the hill avail visitors with a panoramic view of the islands to the south, and government housing and the central business district to the east. In the past though, the hill was used by the British as a signal station and later an observatory.
What to Do There
Relax with Nature
The best time to visit Mount Faber is on a weekday. There's no need to jostle with the crowd and the entire place, because of its serenity, seems to have been prepared solely just for you. There's also a park on the upper most top of the hill.
Possibly the highest standing tree on Mount Faber
To soak in the full view of the surroundings, you might like to consider visiting Mount Faber in the evenings. There are a couple of dining places here that'll provide you with a view that may not be as lovely as The Peak in Hong Kong, but it still offer one of the best views within Singapore.
Mount Faber is also the place to try out an interesting ride - The Cable Car. I remember my parents taking my on this breathe-taking ride when I was much younger. Try this ride just before sunset. It'll offer you with the loveliest of all view.
How Do I Get There?Well, you can take the grab a taxi, or if it's over a weekend or a public holiday, you might want to take a bus. If you're game enough, you might also want to take a hike up. Check this link for more information on how to get to the summit.
View of the South View of the East