A small detour guides you to the peak of Mount Imbiah. Even today here you will find the bits and pieces of the British pre World War II gun emplacements standing. This picturesque place which is about 60 meters above sea level has a fantastic view of the Western Anchorage. Initially it was utilized as monitoring battery to track the merchant vessel prior to their entry to the Singapore harbor. In the 1930s the battery was deserted.
Inside the Imbiah, is one of the seven appeals, the Sentosa Luge. The unique luge functions as a contesting sled for a few individuals .Here the rider or riders lie supine.
On the basis of gravity to pull from Imbiah, the luge slides along a paved path. The racing sled can travel at a speed of 40km/hr on a four meter broad track.
Three cable car stations are located at Mt. Facers, Keppel bay towers and the Sentosa (Imbiah). On top of Mount Imbiah you can have a glimpse of Fort Siloso and the remnants of the British fort. Nature enthusiasts can lead you to various vantage points that provide picturesque views from Mount Imbiah pinnacle.
During school holidays, the Imbiah is a favorite place for the kids. It provides a wide range of entertainment .An individual can stand at a spot that is about 13metres above sea level. Or else you can whoosh down the hill on a luge.
To get there:: The Mount Imbiah Battery War Remains is situated near Imbiah Hill Road; 0.1 kilometer away from Imbiah Walk; 0.1 kilometer from the Siloso Road; 0.1 kilometer from the Cable Car Road; 0.2 kilometer from the Siloso Beach Walk.