Tiger Sky Tower
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|Tiger Sky Tower|
Tiger Sky Tower (formerly 'Carlsberg Sky Tower' )
|Attraction type||Observation Tower|
|Manufacturer||[[HUSS Park Attractions]]|
|Height||131 m (430 ft)|
|Capacity||72 people riders per hour|
|Sponsor||Carlsberg Group (2004-2008) Tiger Beer (2008-Present)|
The tower has a height of 110 metres (360 ft) above ground level, or about 36 floors tall — and an elevation of 131 metres (430 ft) above sea level. The tower was completed in 2004, and is owned by C. Melchers GmbH & Co.
At ground level, visitors enter a large disc-shaped air-conditioned cabin fitted with glass windows all round. The cabin revolves slowly for views as it ascends the tower.
- Tower height: 110 metres (360 ft)
- Viewing height: 91 metres (299 ft)
- Tower column diameter: 2.5 metres (8.2 feet)
- Foundation diameter: 15 metres (50 feet)
- Cabin capacity: 72 persons
- Weight of Tower: 200 metric tonnes (197 tonnes)
Sky Tower Pte Ltd is a project conceived by Melchers Project Management Pte Ltd.
Melchers Project Management, being the managing shareholder of Sky Tower Pte Ltd, runs the daily operations of the Carlsberg Sky Tower in close co-operation with Sentosa Leisure Group (SLG). SLG is Sky Tower’s Operations, Marketing, Sales and Ticketing agent.
- On 11 June 2010, the tower was closed following a mechanical fault. It was reopened on 8 July after about more than 100 test rides.
- On 23 July 2010, the tower stopped, leaving 11 people stranded. They were rescued after staff reached them through a central stairwell. The fault was caused by an uneven curvature on the track which affected the balance of the cabin. The ride was re-opened on 30 July 2010.
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