Are you in the mood for an adrenaline-pumping adventure? Then you might want to wear your most comfortable clothes and head straight for Skyline Luge on Sentosa Island.
Skyline Luge Sentosa is like the real-life version of Mario Kart. You get to operate a three-wheeled luge cart on any of the four purpose-built tracks—it’s even more fun to race with companions!
Interested in trying this attraction out? Get all the info you need for your visit here!
Things to Know
Address: 45 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099003
- Monday to Thursday—11 am to 7:30 pm
- Friday—11 am to 9 pm
- Saturday—10 am to 9 pm
- Sunday—10 am to 7:30 pm
Contact Number: +6562740472
How to Get There
Skyline Luge Sentosa has two entrance points: one on Siloso Beach Walk and another on Imbiah Road. And luckily, both entrances are easily accessible via public transportation.
Here’s a breakdown of what to ride and where to disembark.
|Mode of Transportation
|What to Ride
|Where to Disembark
|Imbiah Lookout Bus Stop
|Imbiah Lookout Station
|Bus A—Westbound Bus B—Eastbound
|Siloso Beach Tram
If you have a car, you can also choose to drive to Skyline Luge Sentosa. The nearest car parks are the Imbiah Lookout Car Park and the Beach Car Park.
The Different Rides
Currently, there are three different rides you can choose from in Skyline Luge Sentosa: Luge, Night Luge, and Skyride.
Luge was initially designed and manufactured in New Zealand in 1985. Since then, this vehicle has been brought to other countries all over the world, including Canada, South Korea, and Singapore.
Luge is basically a small sled that’s ridden in a supine position. It’s now considered a sport, which is why it has been gaining traction in recent years, but it also works well as a family-friendly ride.
Here, there are four different luge tracks to choose from. These tracks vary in difficulty levels and features.
Kupu Kupu Trail
Length: 638 meters
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Kupu Kupu Trail is one of the newest tracks in Skyline Luge Sentosa, and it’s perfect for people who love nature.
This 638-meter track runs through a mystical forest, so you’ll feel like you’re whisked away to a whimsical land. The sight of the forest is quite peaceful, so you’ll feel at ease when driving your luge.
Length: 628 meters
Difficulty Level: Beginner
At 628 meters, the Jungle Trail is the shortest trail in Skyline Luge Sentosa. It’s also the most beginner-friendly one—even children under the age of eight can navigate this trail without any problem.
The trail starts with a tunnel covered in plants, then once you get out of the tunnel, you can zip through the hairpin corners and feel the wind against your face. I recommend doing this trail with your family or friends.
Length: 658 meters
Difficulty Level: Moderate
If you’re more of a daredevil, the Expedition Trail is the perfect choice for you. This trail snakes through Sentosa’s lush rainforest.
Additionally, the trail features some exciting twists and turns and tunnels. It will also test your luge-driving skills, so be sure to bring your A-game!
Difficulty Level: Moderate/Expert
Do you consider yourself a luge expert? Then, it’s time to put your skills to the test by navigating the Dragon Trail.
The Dragon Trail is about 688 meters long, making it the longest trail in Skyline Luge Sentosa. To make things better, there are dragons hiding in the forest alongside the track, and you never know when they will come out, so be on the lookout for them!
Essentially, Night Luge is a ride that you can only choose on Friday and Saturday nights. With this particular ride, you get to race down on tracks that are lit up with all kinds of vibrant colors.
This option is perfect for people who have already tried the usual luge experience and now want an entirely new one.
With Skyride, you can take to the skies for a few minutes and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the tropical forest, the city skyline, and the South China Sea!
Unlike the cable car, the Skyride is open-air, making the whole experience even more exciting (although it’s not for the faint of heart).
At night, the ride becomes romantic; you’ll be surrounded by a blanket of lights from the stars and skyscrapers. What a great way to unwind after a long day!
Requirements for Riding a Luge or Skyride
You only need to meet the minimum age and height requirements in order to enjoy the luge and Skyride in Skyline Luge Sentosa.
To ride the Skyride, you must be at least 135 centimeters if you were to ride independently. If you have a child who is 85 to 135 centimeters tall, they have to ride with an adult.
As for the luge, you have to be at least six years old and 110 centimeters or taller to ride one alone. For children who are under six or who are shorter than the minimum height, they should ride in tandem with an adult.
While age and height are the only major requirements, you should take note that if you’re pregnant, it’s recommended that you refrain from riding the luge or Skyride in the meantime.
Also, if you have a medical condition that makes you susceptible to injury, you should also avoid riding the luge or Skyride for your own safety.
Luge Safety Tips
To ensure a safe experience in Skyline Luge Sentosa, be sure to follow these safety tips:
- Listen intently when the instructors brief you on how to operate the luge.
- Be mindful of your speed and direction. The luge carts provide you with full control, so it’s up to you how fast you want to go. That said, be careful when driving past tight corners and hairpins!
- Children under eight years old should stick to the Jungle Trail.
- Wear a helmet. Skyline Luge Sentosa will provide you with safety helmets, but you can also bring your own if you want. Just make sure it’s BS EN 1078 compliant.
- Though there’s no strict dress code, it’s still recommended that you dress comfortably. Specifically, wear covered-toe shoes for the utmost comfort.
Skyline Luge Sentosa Ticket Prices
The ticket prices for Skyline Luge Sentosa depend heavily on various factors: your preferred date and time (peak or off-peak), if you choose a flexi or fixed ticket, your preferred ride combo, and if you purchase the child doubling add-on.
Here’s the breakdown of the ticket prices.
The difference between fixed and flexi tickets is that the former is strictly valid on the stated date and time while flexi is valid for three months from the date of purchase. Additionally, you’re allowed to change the booking with the flexi ticket.
Meanwhile, off-peak prices only happen when your preferred date and time is a weekday from 11 am to 3 pm. This excludes public and school holidays since they’ll be considered peak days just like the weekends.
If you enjoy luge riding so much that you can see coming to Skyline Luge Sentosa more than once, you might want to consider getting a membership, specifically the Luge Play Pass.
With the Luge Play Pass, you’ll get two free luge rides, a free photo pack, and a free juice ice lolly on your first visit. After that, you’ll be able to get 50% off fixed and flexi combo tickets, free child doubling tickets, two free rides on your birth month, and more.
The validity for Luge Play Pass is one year, and it only costs S$49 per person.
Tickets for Groups
Skyline Luge Sentosa also offers packages for groups if you’re planning an outing with your family and friends. Currently, there are two options to choose from: the Birthday Package and the Group Outing.
The Birthday Package costs S$500, and it already includes eight people; if you want to add more, you’ll only have to pay S$42 per person.
The Group Outing option is much more customizable, so it’s perfect if your group is more than 20 people. Since this is customizable, there’s no set price; you have to contact Skyline Luge Sentosa via the website to get a quote.
Deals and Packages
Sometimes, Skyline Luge Sentosa holds deals and packages that will let you save money but still experience the fun.
The most popular deal is the Five-Ride Combo + Free Photo, which you can get by purchasing tickets online on the website. With this deal, you can get a free digital photo that’s worth S$7 this deal.
Sometimes, Skyline Luge will hold other promotions throughout the year, so check out the website every now and then for more information.