Best MonthsAll year
Traveller TypesCouples, Families
Rank8 out of 710 attractions in Singapore
Places to stay near Singapore Flyer
Reviews of Singapore Flyer • 13
The giant ferris wheel is the best experience both day and night. one can even try dinning with there loved one to have the best day of there life.
Also visit the iconic Singapore Flyer for a one of kind experience which lasts for about 45 minutes for the wheel to make full circle. My preference would be a daytime visit.
Of all the wonderful places to visit in Singapore, the Singapore Flyer undoubtedly tops the list because, well, it makes you feel on top of the world. Literally. This giant ferris wheel offers you brilliant views of the Lion City and has therefore become an icon of sorts for Singapore tourism. Make sure you book your tickets online in order to see the world's largest observation wheel and its many shops and restaurants.
After city tour we came back to hotel for some much needed restLater evening we had been to singapore flyer , Need to get down at The Promenade Station (Circle Line, CC4) . Its five-minute walk to Singapore Flyer! Take Exit A and look out for blue pedestrian signs to Singapore Flyer. Singapore flyer cost 33SGD per person.This is must visit place . We felt the view from singapore flyer is awesome at night. so we had planned this at the evening .
The tour ends at the Singapore Flyer where one can go on the HUGE giant wheel which is called the flyer. The flyer gives an excellent view of the city and that's just jaw dropping! (This is something you can't miss).
The Singapore Flyer– Gives you an overview of the entire country. Singapore as a country is very small. You can reach from the country’s northern tip to Southern in max 45 minutes.
4. Singapore Flyer - Singapore's answer to the London eye ;) Well an observatory to get the 360 degree view of Singapore. One round in the flyer would cost around $30 - $35.
Enjoy 360 degree panaroma.
It is world's second largest giant observation wheel offering a paranomic view of Marina Bay Skyline. Lunch, dinner, cocktail are also provided on the flight. It is indeed a romantic place to hang out if accompanied by a partner.
After a heavy meal at the Jumbo, stroll around and take an MRT service to the Promenade station. Exit the station and you will see the majestic observation wheel, The Singapore flyer. If you reach in the daylight, visit the Fountain of Wealth first. Later move ahead to the Flyer. Plan your visit to the flyer such that when you are going up it is bright and dark when you reach the top and start moving down. The cityscape at the night is breathtaking. You can also book a private flyer car and dine on it with your loved one.
The 541 feet tall flyer is bound to take your breath away when it takes you to the top in its slow and soothing pace letting you enjoy every bit of it. Singapore Flyer is the height of a 42-storey building, that’s some 30 meters taller than the famed London Eye. Taking a flight on this wheel is a one-of-a-kind experience you wouldn’t want to miss. You’ll be treated to a visual 360° feast of iconic and historical landmarks and views of the Marina Bay to the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang as the wheel turns. There is no other place in Singapore that offers these breathtaking, magnificent day and glittering night views.
The 30-minute ride on the Singapore Flyer is an experience. This is, after all, the world largest observation wheel standing at 165m (about 30m taller than the London Eye). From the capsule, you can see the Singapore river bordered by Gardens by the Bay (if you’re lucky, you can catch the SuperTree light show), the F1 circuit, Esplanade Theatres (all lit up at night) and all of Singapore’s iconic structures. Couples will love the romantic dinner on board the capsule with the World’s First Full Butler Sky Dining Package, which includes a four-course seasonal menu and two rotations on the Flyer
The Singapore Flyer is as majestic as the London Eye. This giant Ferris wheel is actually an observation wheel that is about 42 storeys high, making it the world's tallest. The ride takes around 30 minutes and is an exhilarating experience. The entire city is visible and the view remains magnificent at each turn. This huge observation wheel boasts of unparalleled views of Singapore and even offers cocktails and some of the Singapore’s famed, exotic cuisine.