Mr. 18.104.22.168, if you know of some good quality and reasonably prices places to eat on Sentosa, please do tell us about them -- all the ones I've tried were in the overpriced & tasteless category. Jpatokal 11:59, 25 May 2004 (EDT)
An anon user misplaced the star tag and I came along and reverted the change. Apparently Mr./Mrs. Anon believes this article to be of star quality. Anyone agree with Mr./Mrs. Anon? I don't really care - that's why I'm leaving it up to you. The only reason I would've bothered to bring this up is apparently the user doesn't know where a star tag goes in the first place so I'm a little hesitant in trusting his/her judgement.
Thanks! - Andrew Haggard (Sapphire) 13:42, 25 May 2006 (EDT)
Carlsberg Sky Tower
Copied from article that has been redirected to Singapore/Sentosa. This seems overly detailed for a travelguide (ie facts about management), but I think some of it would be useful/interesting to include. Pasted for data-mining. Majnoona 00:33, 19 July 2006 (EDT)
Carlsberg Sky Tower is in Sentosa/Singapore.
The Carlsberg Sky Tower is Asia’s tallest observation tower and offers the highest view in Singapore at 131 metres above sea level. Is located in Sentosa and with its 360 degree view Sentosa, Singapore, the Southern islands and even the outlines of Malaysia and Indonesia can be seen.
• Tower height: 110 metres (360 feet)
Visitors enter a large air-conditioned cabin fitted with glass windows all round and then the cabin revolves slowly as it ascends the tower.
Sky Tower Pte Ltd is a project conceived by Melchers Project Management Pte Ltd.
Manufacturer is HUSS Maschinenfabrik of Bremen, Germany. The Sky Tower was fabricated within 6 months at HUSS's factory in Europe. Construction of the Tower in Singapore was completed in 12 weeks.