SG crestA Singapore Government Agency WebsiteHow to identify
Official website links end with

Government agencies communicate via websites (e.g. Trusted websites

Secure websites use HTTPS

Look for a lock () or https:// as an added precaution. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

Park Detail

Jump to

Mount Faber Park

One of the oldest parks in Singapore, it has many viewing spots that look out on the southern coastline and Southern Islands.
  1. Stretches of slope within the park are being cleared for slope stabilsation works.
    The expected completion date is November 2024.


Junction of Kampong Bahru Road and Telok Blangah Road

Park information

Park size
56 hectares
bench-light icon
Opening hours
Open 24 hours
car-steering icon
Getting here

Mount Faber Park is accessible via the Marang Trail at the base of the hill, located by the junction leading to the Seah Im Food Centre carpark.

The 700m footpath and staircase takes about 15 minutes to climb.

parking icon
Parking information
  • Carpark A: 69 car lots, 6 motorcycle lots and 2 lots for handicapped visitors.
  • Carpark B: 26 car lots, 3 motorcycle lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.
  • Carpark C: 16 car lots, 6 motorcycle lots and 2 lots for handicapped visitors.
  • Carpark D: 7 car lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.
  • Coachpark: 17 car lots, 8 coach lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.

There are no parking fees.

Nearby stations
  • HarbourFront MRT station
  • Telok Blangah MRT station
Nearby park connectors
wheelchair icon
Accessibility detail

There is no wheelchair access at this park.

Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Mural wall
Mural wall

Below the lookout point at Faber Point is a series of murals that depict Singapore’s history and development from fishing village to international hub.

Faber Point
Faber Point

Faber Point is the highest point in the park with a panoramic view, a mini Merlion, and a tree that was planted during the first Tree Planting Day.

Plant and animals

What to do


Heritage walk

Heritage walk

The Southern Ridges Guided Walk begins at Mount Faber Park, where visitors can learn about the history and natural heritage of the park.