Carlsberg Sky Tower

The Carlsberg Sky Tower has a capacity of 72 people in its enclosed, air-conditioned cabin. From the top of the Imbiah Lookout Activity Zone at the centre of the island, you enter the air-conditioned viewing cabin which then gently lifts you to the highest viewing platform in Singapore at about 131 metres above sea level. It is Asia's tallest free-standing observatory tower. It gives you a bird's eye view of the Singapore Skyline.

The Sky Tower consists of a circular cabin that climbs up a pole while rotating, to allow visitors a magnificent 360 degree view of Sentosa, Singapore and even Indonesia as it ascends to its final height, and then rotates for around 5 minutes at the top. So, wherever you sit, you will get to admire the views in all directions.

The entire trip only takes 7-minutes, but it’s enough to give you a new perspective on Singapore and the surrounding area. Suitable for all ages. No matter what the time is, the view is always spectacular. The Sky Deck and Sky Bar, located beside the Carlsberg Sky Tower on ground level. The Carlsberg Sky Tower is Singapore's only public revolving observation tower and is developed by Melchers Project Management Pte Ltd.

The Carlsberg Sky Tower remains open for the public from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. everyday. The entry fee to the tower is S$ 10 for the adults and S$ 6 for children. The nearest car parking area is the Imbiah Lookout Car Park.

Getting there

To reach the Singapore Carlsberg Sky Tower people can avail the Sentosa Express or the Blue Line and Green Line Bus services.

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