Time for some fun in the fast lane! Skyline Luge is a fun-filled outdoor activity on Sentosa.
It’s suitable for all ages and experience, though age and height restrictions apply to ride alone.
It starts with the Skyride, a 4-seater chairlift that offers a bird’s eye view of the Singapore Skyline and the South China Sea.
From the top of Mt Imbiah, jump in the Luge, a unique wheeled gravity cart that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose-built tracks.
Choose from 4 Exciting Trails
There are four thrilling Luge tracks with specially designed features including hairpin corners, exhilarating tunnels and exciting downhill slopes.
Take your pick between the Dragon Trail and Jungle Trail or try the Kupu Kupu Trial or Expedition Trial that twist and turn through the mystical forest.
Children need to be at least 85cm to ride with an adult and at least 110cm and 6 years old to be on the Luge alone.
Remember to make a booking online. www.skylineluge.sg. Skyline Luge has capacity restriction due to COVID-19.
As they always say – Once is Never Enough!
Skyline Luge Sentosa
Where: 45 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099003
Skyline Luge is open 5 days a week:
Sunday, Monday and Thursday – 11 am to 7.30 pm (last entry at 6.30 pm)
Friday and Saturday – 11 am to 9.30 pm (last entry at 8.30 pm)
Tickets (each ticket is for 1 person only and cannot be shared):
2 x Skyride & Luge combo: $25
3 x Skyride & Luge combo: $28
4 x Skyride & Luge combo: $30
Child doubling: $4/ride
1-way Skyride: $11
Promotion: 1 for 1 deal on Mondays
- Applicable to 4 Luge + 4 Skyride Combo only
- Exclusively available online for direct purchase only from 28 June – 30 July
- Individual ticket cannot be shared between guests
- Offer valid for online purchase only, maximum 4 tickets per transaction
- Unused rides are not refundable and non-transferable
- Luge tickets must be used by 2nd August 2021, no extension will be granted
- Luge rides are subject to a strict Code of Conduct, conditions of participation apply
- Skyline Luge Sentosa reserves the right to refuse entry and may ask those who break the code to leave without refund