My husband and I took time off on a weekday and headed to Sentosa island. No, not to the casino although many adults were going that way. Both of us turned into kids again and went for joy rides offered on the island's attractions.
First, we took the Skyride which is an open-air cable-driven chairlift offering fantastic panoramic scenery of the city skyline and beautiful coastline.as we headed up to Imbiah Lookout to try the Luge.
I have treated many guests to rides on the Luge but this was my first time in the driver's seat. The Luge is a non-motorised, three-wheel carrier (aka self-driving car system) that careens down a steep hill on the 650-metre Jungle Trail track from the Imbiah Lookout to Siloso Beach.
Before setting off, we were instructed how to use and control the Luge which is pretty easy as the gears come in the form of handles, enabling riders to have full control and allowing them to descend the slope as gently or as fast as they prefer.
We chose the second track dubbed ‘The Dragon Trail’ because it has even tighter corners and numerous turns. Good for those who are after even more excitement. :P
Chris whizzing past me......
There were many youngsters and kids having fun on the Luge. We probably looked out of place among them as we were the oldest couple on the track and Chris was dressed in his office attire. haha....
Luge & Skyride Combo
One Luge & Skyride:
S$12 / Person
Two Luge & Skyrides:
S$17 / Person
Three Luge & Skyrides:
S$21 / Person
Five Luge & Skyrides:
S$29 / Person
Four ride family pass: S$29
Eight ride family pass: S$49
One Way: S$8 / Person
Two Way: S$12 / Person
*Family deals are applicable for families with a child below 16 yrs old
Age and Height restrictions apply.
Min. height 85cm to ride with an adult
Min. height 130cm to ride alone
6yrs and 110cm or taller to ride Luge alone
10 a.m. – 9.30 p.m. daily
Location: Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Island
Tel: +65 6274 0472
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