About Skyline Luge Sentosa

Skyline Luge Sentosa, Singapore is one of six locations in the world that offer controlled and safe luge rides across a 2.6 kilometers long track. This interesting activity involves a single-driver luge cart comprising 3-wheels with its famous design of half go-cart and half toboggan. Speed of skyline luge is fully under your control but the gravity will take you through this ride on 4-purpose built tracks, which are so huge that they are visible from the cable car as well. These 4 trails are the Jungle Trail, Expedition Trail, Dragon Trail, and Kupu Kupu Trail and are suitable for people of all ages. Skyline luge is a great road adventure with no fear, just happiness as you move through the road which has lush gardens by its side. The Skyline Luge Sentosa advances through the ways crossing hairpin corners, downhill slopes, mysterious tunnels, and mystical forests that glow up with lights as soon as the sun says bye-bye.

Trails at Skyline Luge Sentosa

Kupu Kupu Trail

Built in 2017, Kupu Kupu is a 638 meters long trail in one of the four main trails of Skyline luge Sentosa. “Kupu Kupu” which originally means Butterfly in Malay offers beautiful sightseeing as it goes through the mystical forest. This place is suitable mostly for beginners or children, and is looked upon as a leisure time ride. This trail takes you to the newly built tracks around Sentosa and the evening experience makes the track lit up to make you feel good.

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Expedition Trail
Expedition Trail

Expedition Trail opened for operation in 2017 stands to be the second-longest of all the four trails, stretching up to 658 meters. This trail is for adventurous souls and thrill-seekers instead of beginners and children. Expedition trail offers ‘twist and turns’ hairpin corners, longer downhill slopes, and exciting tunnels to cross run in between Sentosa’s lush green and flourishing rainforests. The night time exploration through this track offers the best views offering more thrills in slopes, twists, and turns due to darkness and glowing lights.

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Jungle Trail
Jungle Trail

The Jungle trail runs up to 628 meters and begins through a tunnel that is covered in the richness and calmness of Singaporean flora. The jungle trail doesn’t possess many twists, turns, or slopes like the expedition trail or dragon trail, but offers you a smooth journey for most of the trip. This trail is known to be the one that offers the best world-class straight driving opportunity, making you speed up to thrill!

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Dragon Trail

Longest of all the trails, the Dragon Trail stretches up to 688 meters presenting you with dynamic twists, turns, hairpin turns, bends, and slopes. Well known for inducing a rush of adrenaline, this trail is mostly taken by adventurers. Dragon Trail, as the name suggests, will make you come across the mythical dragons! The Trail Dragons are the magnificent creatures hiding in the lush forests alongside the forests, which will likely come in between your journey as you advance through the thrills.

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Things to Remember Before Going for Ride at Skyline Luge

  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable, once purchased.
  • You cannot resell your tickets to someone else
  • 1 ticket is for 1 person as this ride is unshareable.
  • Children who are below the age of 6 or height less than 110 cm, can ride with a responsible adult after getting a Child Doubling Ticket for Tandem rides.
  • The Child Doubling Ticket requires the child to be at least 85 cm to be able to ride the Skyride
  • Pregnant women are advised not to take this ride.
  • People with pre-medical conditions should refrain using this ride
  • If the park gets closed or rides get suspended for more than 1 hour, the ticket can be used within 1 month of the visit.
  • Unused fixed tickets are non-transferable to a different day or time.
  • Flexi Tickets have the option of changing date and time 3 times within the validity period.
  • If the tickets are unredeemed beyond the validity, they cannot be refunded.

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Things To Know about Skyline Luge Sentosa

Best Time to Visit Skyline Luge Sentosa
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The best time to visit this place is during the late evening hours anywhere after 05:00 PM, when the sun goes down. This is due to the vibrant lights in different colors and shades that make the 2.6 kilometers long skyline luge track look dazzling. Many people visit this place during the same time to enjoy the euphoric vibe of the place.

Skyline Luge Sentosa Opening Hours11:00 AM to 07:30 from Sunday to Thursday with the last entry at 06:30 PM .11:00 AM to 09:30 PM on Friday and Saturday with the last entry at 08:30 PM.

Facts about Skyline Luge Sentosa

  • Sentosa skyline luge is one of the only 6 existing luge rides in the whole world, started originally by New Zealand in 1994.
  • The Skyline luge of Sentosa is one of the only two luge rides in Asia, the other one being Tongyeong in South Korea.
  • The track of Skyline Sentosa is 2.6 kilometers long and is very vividly visible from a cable car ride.
  • There are 4 different types of trails: The Dragon Trail, The Jungle Trail, The Kupu Kupu Trail, and The Expedition Trail.
  • The Dragon Trail is the longest of all stretching up to 688 meters.
  • The vehicle of luge is a special type as it is half go-kart and half toboggan.
  • The drivers are in full control of their speed with brakes and steering systems but gravity does most of the work making the experience more enjoyable.

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FAQ's of Skyline Luge Sentosa

How fast can the Skyline Luge Ride go?

    There is no speed restriction on this ride because gravity controls everything, however, with the unique steering and breaking system, the riders are in full control of the speed and direction.

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