One of the things which I love about Jewel Box at Mount Faber (where you can take the cable car) is its decor. There are probably few leisure attractions in Singapore which pay as much attention or fervour to creating thematic zones as the Jewel Box. This is probably one of the reasons why they have been voted so frequently as one of the top attractions in Singapore.
While there recently to catch a cable car ride, I managed to shoot some photos of its golden brown splendour.
Perched high atop Mount Faber, the Jewel Box is a restaurant, cable car station, and pristine function venue all rolled into one. Here, you can see golden yellow and red leaves decking its facade.
A view of the reception counter, complete with red maple leaves plastered on the glass wall.
One of the pillars at the entrance decorated with autumn "flowers" and hues of red, brown and yellow.
Even the staircases are decorated, with garlands of fall harvests by the side.
More views of wrapped up pillars and wall-papered sides with the colours and shapes of fall.
The gift shop at Jewel Box, enshrouded with the "foliage" of fall.
"Saplings" of maple trees stand side by side with "barren" branches just outside the cable car area.
Now don't you think these little touches help to enhance the overall experience?
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