Carlsberg Sky Tower is Singapore's tallest viewing tower and is also famous for being Asia's tallest free standing observation tower. Carlsberg Sky Tower, Sentosa, Singapore is the only tower in the city from where you can catch the marvelous view of Singapore. The panoramic sight of the city from Carlsberg Sky Tower both in the day light and at night too.
Catch panoramic views across Singapore, Sentosa and the Southern Islands from Asia's tallest free standing observation tower.
The fantastic view from the Carlsberg Sky Tower that stands 131 meters high above sea level and gently revolves around offers an unforgettable experience. This tower which is almost 50 storeys high, has a tower column diameter of 2.5m and foundation diameter of 15m.
The enclosed, air-conditioned cabin at the top can comfortably accommodate 72 persons. The tower is visited by tourists and travelers of all age group to get the ultimate experience of the panoramic view of the city. The daily operations of the Sky Tower in Singapore are run by Melchers Project Management, the managing shareholder of Sky Tower Pte Ltd, which has developed the project.
The construction of the Sky Tower is done by HUSS Maschinenfabrik of Bremen, Germany. The entire fabrication work was carried out within 6 months at HUSS's factory in Europe, while the construction of the Tower was completed in 12 weeks at Santosa.
Many independent and leisure visitors both from and outside of Singapore come to visit the tower. Also the tower is visited by business and incentive visitors, school children, many community centers.
The location is ideal for corporate entertainment, weddings, launch parties, several mega events and many more occasions. Catch the liveliest moments of the Sky Tower with Focus Singapore.
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