POPCulture Online received a top secret encoded message from higher HQ to send our top agents to a TOP SECRET meeting. Sensing the urgency of this mission, we sent two of our best to check it out. This is the field report from Agent Ken Koh…
So I got assigned to answer the call of this TOP SECRET meeting on Mt Faber with the mode of transport for the mission, the Singapore Cable Car.
Both myself and my sidekick Nick were well received upon arrival. We were early as per our superhero code of conduct and waited patiently for the mission briefing for Agents to start.
Briefing us Agents on the mission outline was General Suzzane Ho.
Suddenly out of nowhere, villains tried to hijack the briefing but thankfully our superhero friends came to save the day.
Being an experienced field agent who have served on many missions with other super heroes and of course taking their photos, I decided to let the other agents have their share.
On to the main mission of taking the interactive cable car ride, us agents were assigned
Clerk… I mean Superman to escort us in case of another attack by those villians. Unfortunately the visual report here on will be via my crappy phone camera (to which my sidekick mumbles about his 40mp handphone having issues).
As this new high tech, state of the art, technology is the first for us agents, everyone was busy trying to figure out how it works.
Ahhhh…. Here we go, having the son of Jor-El and Lara Lor-Van in flight escorting us…
Unfortunately, I stupidly forgot to charge my phone’s battery… To which I would like to remind all agents to charge their battery before going out on assignments.
It was a draining mission but thanks to Superman’s escort, we made it to our destination. Welcoming us was a sight of refreshments to recharge our energy after a successful mission.
For agents who would like to take on this mission, it will cost $29 for adults and $18 for child (age 3 to 12). For agents who want to enjoy the unlimited cable car rides for a year, this will cost $39 per person and $120 for a family of 4 for the Faber Licence. This of course will allow the holder to experience all 4 themed cabins as well as many other dining and retail discounts. This mission will run for 10 months starting 31st May 2014 with up to 45 of 68 cable car cabins available for agents who wish to attempt this mission. Superheroes will also be on site during the June holidays plus 3D life sized ones and not forgetting green screen photo sessions by Picture Max.
So if you are looking for a live mission to challenge yourself or fell the need to bring your whole family of agents on a superhero experience, do give the Super Hero Cable Car mission a go!
By Ken Koh
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