Mad About Food & Fun


Dates: 7 - 11 August 2013

Time: 6.30pm to 10pm (last seating at 9.30pm)

Venue: Sapphire Restaurant, Level 2

The Jewel Box celebrates National Day the Singapore Way! Value-for-money food & flights, plus dinner is free for those born in August 1965.

Singapore turns forty-eight this National Day and The Jewel Box is marking the celebration with none other than food glorious food! Amidst the greenery and great views from the top of Mount Faber Park, join us and enjoy a tasty time-out with your friends and family, this August.

• Tuck in to a smorgasbord at $48++ per adult and $38++ per child (age 3-12) at the al fresco Sapphire restaurant on level 2;

• Eat till you drop with free-flow of crabs, prawns, salmon sashimi, foie gras, durian desserts and more; and

• Enjoy a “meaty-licious” BBQ without getting your hands dirty.

What’s more! If you were born in 1965 and are celebrating your birthday this August, your meal is on us when you dine with three paying guests. T&Cs* apply.

Top off the night by flying in the Singapore Cable Car and enjoy the evening skyline around the HarbourFront Precinct – all buffet diners pay only $13 (usual $26) for the joyride.

For the full menu, click here.

Make your bookings now at or (+65) 6377 9688.

*T&C for birthday promotion:
- Please present your NRIC to enjoy the promotion
- Offer is not to be used in conjunction with any other promotions and/or discounts
- Management reserves the right to substitute or change the offer without prior notice

*Special Offer*


After your hearty and sumptuous buffet and bbq dinner, pop over to our retail shops (at Singapore Cable Car Museum, Sentosa Cable Car station and Mount Faber Cable Car station) for some retail therapy. Celebrating Singapore’s 48th National Day, we are offering an exclusive 48% discount off our Samsui women collectibles from 7 – 11 August 2013!


Did you know?

The Samsui women were a group of female Chinese immigrants who came to Singapore between 1920s and 1940s in search of construction and industrial jobs. Their hard work contributed to Singapore’s development, both as a colony and as a nation.


Singapore Cable Car