Standing at 117 meters above sea level is this hillock, a signal station in the 19th century named after municipal engineer Captain Charles Edward Faber. The Mount Faber Park is found here, filled with a variety of indigenous trees and shrubs. From the hilltop, Mount Faber commands a fine view of Keppel Harbour, the Financial District, offshore oil refineries, Sentosa Island and on clear days, the Indonesian Riau Archipelago. For the more adventurous, take a hike from Telok Blangah Road to the summit. Alternatively, a comfortable ride on the cable car from the World Trade Centre lets you arrive in good shape.
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