The cableway, with an indicative capacity of 2,000 persons per hour per direction, has improved connectivity and mobility between the key activity nodes on Sentosa Island. Station identities are distinct in each of their locations, designed to be compact and lightweight. They will also encompass green design features aligned with Sentosa Development Corporation’s Eco-tourism and Green Plan Objectives 2020.

The station design embraces the understanding and appreciation of the cableway system in relation to passenger traffic; specifically, queue lines, egress and ingress, and above all, the access connections to the desired destinations and routes. The station architecture is one of encapsulation of convenience, comfort and using our creative talents, enable commuters to feel, sense, touch, and appreciate the spaces and vistas that the opportunity of cableway transport provides. The stations are Flower Terrace, Imbiah, Siloso Point and a pair of jig-back stations connecting passengers between the now-defunct Underwater World, Rasa Sentosa and Fort Siloso.

AT A GLANCE

Gross Floor Area

6,303.1 m2

Location

Sentosa, Singapore

Completion

2015

Services

Architecture, Civil & Structural Engineering, Mechanical & Electrical Engineering

Owner(s)

Sentosa Development Corporation

AWARDS

2017
BCA Design & Engineering Safety Excellence Awards – Merit

2016
Top 50 Engineering Feats at IES-SG50
Structural Steel Excellence Awards – Merit

GALLERY

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