Mount Faber is situated at the start of the Southern Ridges, which offers a lush 10-kilometer walking trail. For stunning views of the downtown skyline and the Singapore Strait, this well-tended location is bang on the money. What's more, the hilltop wining and dining spots at Faber Peak Singapore are worth a go.
Did you know? Originally named Telok Blangah Hill, Mount Faber takes its present name from Captain Edward Faber of the Madras Engineers, who built a narrow winding road to the summit in July 1845.