Address:30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
Getting there:Take the train, alight at Promenade Station (Circle Line, CC4) and take a five-minute walk to Singapore Flyer. Take Exit A and look out for blue pedestrian signs to Singapore Flyer.
Contact:(+65) 6333 3311
Operating Hours:Daily from 8.30am - 10.30pm.
(Ticket Sales: 8am - 10pm, Last Admission: 10.15pm).
Description: A masterpiece of urban architecture and engineering, Singapore Flyer is must-see and compelling visitor destination in Asia that showcases the mesmerizing cosmopolitan cityscape of the tropical Lion City, and even the surrounding islands of Indonesia and parts of Malaysia in all their glory.
The 28 air-conditioned capsules on the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel, present a moving experience at every turn with amazing 360-degree panoramic sights of Singapore and beyond.
The brand new Singapore Flyer experience features the latest Journey of Dreams by Singapore Flyer. The Interactive Gallery seeks to give a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Singapore Story and the iconic Singapore Flyer. The Story accumulates onboard scenic flights, as guests are mesmerized by amazing views of the past, present and future of Singapore. For a plushier touch, guests can indulge in a flute of Moët & Chandon Champagne, a glass of Singapore Flyer Signature Cocktail or even savour a perfected version of the Singapore Sling. Those who want some exclusivity while enjoying panoramic views of Singapore’s cityscape from different altitudes can experience the world’s first Full-Butler Sky Dining on board Singapore Flyer.
For the distinguished, pamper yourself with the nation’s best cocktails, only available Flyer Lounge. Managed by the Association of Bartenders and Sommeliers Singapore (ABSS), it is the only place in Singapore for award-winning cocktails, whose recipes are kept exclusive to ABSS from the years of National Cocktail Competition. The Flyer Lounge is now the official venue for the annual cocktail competitions.
A lush tropical rainforest complements the centre-piece of the three-storey retail atrium, while the waterfront dining promenade and a nostalgic 1960s-themed food street – The Singapore Food Trail – offers a variety of dining options to satisfy every palate.