Mount Imbiah

A short detour leads to the summit of Mount Imbiah where the remnants of British pre-World War II gun emplacement still stand today. At 60 meters above sea level, this scenic lookout point commands some fabulous sea views of the Western Anchorage. Originally used as an "examination battery" to screen merchant vessels before they enter the Singapore harbor, the battery was abandoned in the 1930s.

Sentosa Luge is one of seven attractions within the Imbiah Lookout area in Sentosa Island. The original luge is a racing sled for one or two people in which the rider or riders lie supine. It slides along a paved track, depending on gravity to pull it from Mount Imbiah on the island to the beach, and can travel at a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour on a four-meter-wide track.

There are 3 cable car stations - Mt Faber, Keppel Bay Towers and Sentosa (Imbiah). At the top of Mount Imbiah, take a look at Fort Siloso, the remains of a British fort. Nature lovers lead to a number of vantage points that offers scenic views from the summit of Mount Imbiah.

The Imbiah Lookout promises to be the best destination for children during the school holidays. It offers endless excitement like one can either stand at a spot of 131 meters above sea level or can swish down the hill on a luge.

Getting There: Mount Imbiah Battery War Remains is located near Imbiah Hill Road; 0.1 kilometer away from Imbiah Walk; 0.1 kilometer away from Siloso Road; 0.1 kilometer away from Cable Car Road; 0.2 kilometer away from Siloso Beach Walk.

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