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Singapore Flyer

By: kimberly on 19 Apr 2012
30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore

(+65) 6333 3311

Operating Hours:
Daily from 8.30am - 10.30pm.
(Ticket Sales: 8am - 10pm, Last Admission: 10.15pm).


Ride the world's largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer, and be entranced by the awe-inspiring views of the city, including Singapore's latest attraction, the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort.

Standing at a grand height of 165 metres, 30 metres more than the London Eye, the Singapore Flyer offers magnificent and unique views of Singapore's skyline, encompassing the Central Business District area and the Marina Bay area, offering panoramic views of Singapore's finest attractions and iconic cityscape.

The Singapore Flyer is designed in such a way that each of its fixed cylindrical capsules are fitted with UV-protected glass windows, so that visitors have unobstructed views of the city and Marina Bay below. Each capsule has an air-conditioned interior area of about 28 square metres, and the row of benches allow those who are less courageous to enjoy the views from the comfort of their seats.

A standard flight lasts about half an hour and the capsule holds up to 28 passengers. Grab an audio guide for a educational and comprehensive overview of the various sights and landmarks seen in your 360 degrees view of the city, or make your flight more enjoyable with a selection of luxurious packages to choose from.

Personalise your own corporate or personal event in style with a private capsule, or register for packages such as the Signature Cocktail Flights and the Moët & Chandon Champagne Flight. Delight your tastebuds with a mixture of Gin, Midori, apple and other fruity flavours, or toast to the finer things in life with the finest champagne from Moët & Chandon Champagne, to accompany a selection of decadent chocolate and sweet strawberries tarts, set against the beautiful skyline of the city.

Take an unforgettable ride on the world's largest observation wheel and see Singapore in a new light with the Singapore Flyer.
The Singapore Flyer now spins from east to west, instead of its original west-to-east direction, for feng shui reasons. This had drawn observations from feng shui geomancers that the Flyer was taking fortune and ‘qi’ (energy) away from the country and turning its back from ready fortune in Singapore's financial centre.

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