At a height of 165m, Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel and is set to be one of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions.
I have always wanted to go on the London Eye, but it is always too busy. I went on a Thursday afternoon here and it was completely dead, no queue at all and so had a carriage to myself! Worth going
For Feng Shui's sake the Flyer has 28 cabins, each one can hold 28 pax, each round takes 28mins, and they aim to do 28 rounds a day, launch price was $28. BTW, just $10 for senior citizens on mondays!
Love it. You can view all d amazing places. They provide map inside d ride 4u 2 know what are the places u can see from there. I suggest 2visit it first so that u can plan d places u want 2 visit next
Great view of the city. It's ideal to take the right side of the car as soon as you get in if you're jammed in with a lot of people. This will give you the best view of the bay and skyline.
Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views all over @visitsingapore of Marina Bay, East Coast, Sentosa and more, all from 165m above the ground. You can also enjoy a drink or romantic dinner in your capsule!
A must do in Singapore. The slow rotation of the enclosed cars on this huge Ferris Wheel offer great views of the harbor, skyline, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens by the Bay. The large pods fit many
Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views all over of Marina Bay, East Coast, Sentosa and more, all from 165m above the ground. You can also enjoy a drink or romantic dinner in your capsule!
Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest giant observation wheel stands at a stunning 165m above the ground (as a comparison, the London Eye is 135 m).
Quite expensive experience but worth the money. I recommend to visit at working day for there's highl likely you'll have the whole capsule to yourself
Sin Ming Road Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh at SG Flyer #01 - SG Food Trail has got more tender meat texture than its original pioneer stall. Prefer this delicious version here.
The Singapore Flyer is the world's tallest ferrie. This landmark rises 165 meters into the air and has 28 cars attached to its outer edge. Great view is included!
Bittersweet experience view is unique no doubt. The cabin we got in was dirty had a mild urine odour and the glasses were not clean at all. Wtf. A shame. Condense gave us a hard time to enjoy the view
It’s the height of sightseeing. On a good day during a 32-minute, 165-metre-high rotation you can see up to 45 kilometres away to Changi Airport, Sentosa Island and even to Malaysia and Indonesia.
It s very big and high, even higher than the all skyscrapers in that area. This is for the great wider Singapore bird eye view.
Gone there both daytime and at night. Some beautiful places are not seen at night but the city lights are great as well. Try taking the flyer both at night and on daytime.
Adult Ticket S$29.50, Senior Ticket S$23.60 (Above 60 years old), Child Ticket S$20.65 (3 to 12 years old). Buy online to enjoy 10% discount. Students ticket at S$15.
Singapore's equivalent of the London Eye, Singapore Flyer is 541 feet tall, making it the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. With awe inspiring panoramic views of Singapore, the flyer is a must see!
Breathtaking views of Singapore and nearby Malaysian islands. But nothing spectacular. Doing the River Cruise or the Duck Tour would be a better to-do.
This Ferris wheel is one of the tallest observation wheels in the world. See the amazing Singapore skyline (best time is at sundown) then grab some cocktails at the Flyer Lounge after.
Love this place !! ❤ Singapore Flyer is very beautiful place to visit, crowded, comfortable, fantastic !! 😍 Will give you unforgettable great moment ;)
The view is gorgeous! But glass is dirty( although, it does not ruin the whole impression photos won't be so good...
The view covers @North: Marina Bay & Youth Olympic Park; @East: Indoor Stadium, Sports Hub; @South: F1 track, Marina Barrage and @West: Merlion Singapore River. Well, that's not all.
A nice place to spend 30 mins and see some huge buildings. And forgot to mention 33$ is the cost for everyone.
-best @ night. When u are buying from a promotion..ensure that there's no timeslot limit else u need to top up 5$ per ticket :-) lesson learned! :))
The best way to admire the view of Singapore. Good idea to make it first on your to-do list once you're ready to begin your Singapore adventure!
Must try at e Singapore Food Trail!!! Damn good!! Just look at e queue!! Got me 20mins to get it!! Try it!! You won't regret!! :)
An expensive 30-minute ride with views towards the Colonial District, CBD, Marina Bay, the high-rise housing landscape to the east and out to the South China Sea.
MASSIVE ferris wheels a lot like The London Eye. Views of all of Singapore, but during holidays you'll have to wait in a line.
Plan your visit to the late evening. Probably, it's the most frequent tip for this venue.
In Singapore? You’re in the right place! Take a ride on the Singapore Flyer for a pleasant atmosphere and spectacular views of the city.
Ticket is $29.50 per adult. Suggestion: Macdonald's monopoly gives 1 for 1 frequently with value meals. Come when you got it.
Come on a clear day for some gorgeous views of Singapore. $33 ticket for adults.
Spent your S$ 29.50 to enjoy Singapore from the Singapore Flyer, the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world, day or night? no matter!
Each of the 28 air-conditioned capsules is capable of holding 28 passengers, and a complete rotation of the wheel takes about 30 minutes...
Beautiful scenic view of Singapore skyline on top the Ferris wheel no matter day or night
At the top of the wheel, you can take photo with whole of the others capsule with yourself :-)
The must visit place in Singapore, get a glimpse of Singapore from the Flyer. Try the private dining at night!
Fantastic view on downtown core of Singapore. Best to visit in the evening.
30 minutes is more than enough to take photos of picturesque view of Singapore's skyline.
A great place to view spore east n west a lil peak of north..! I got to see during sunset n night scene!! Great time!!! Free trip for chingay participants
It's very tempting to eat at the food street for it's novelty but the food here are overpriced and honestly abit tasteless.
always ride on the left side of the escalator... the right side is only for people who are in a hurry
Very disappointed with this place. Their staff guiding visitors to the capsules shouted at customers and they never reply the complain emails.
Don't forget your cameras! This big ferris wheel gives you a great view of the Singapore Marina area and the city for 33 SGD.
It is pathetic that senior citizens from other countries are treated badly - no discounts offered- shame on Singapore flyer
We drive you around Singapore attraction likes Flyers, Resort Word, Zoo and Many more.