The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel in Singapore that reaches 42 stories high, with a total height of 165 m (541 ft), making it the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. It is the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel and is set to be one of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions. The Flyer offers breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay, the city of Singapore and beyond. Enveloped safely in a capsule, 165 m above ground level, you will be treated to a visual 360˚ feast of iconic and historical landmarks such as Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion ParkSingapore Night Safari. Read more ... », and Empress Place. You can even catch glimpses of the neighboring Indonesian Spice Islands and the Straits of Johor, Malaysia while watching the ships sail serenely by. The Flyer also affords great views of the Marina Bay Street Circuit of the Singapore Grand Prix as it is located beside the straight between turns 21 and 22, and near the pit area. There’s also a wide range of shops, restaurants, activities and facilities available. One of the popular restaurantHaHa (Running Man) 팔자막창 (Paljamakchang) Restaurant in Hongdae. Read more ... » among locals is Seafood Paradise @ Flyer, serves up signature local dishes such as chilli crab, butter crab, cereal prawns and drunken prawns.
The Singapore Flyer ticket includes visit to Journey of Dream and one rotation on the Ferris wheel (one rotation takes about 30 minutes). Journey of Dream is multimedia showcase that provides a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Singapore Story and the iconic Singapore Flyer. It provides you with 7 galleries, each equipped with latest multimedia technology that will give you unforgettable experiences. After completed the journey then you’re welcomed on board to the flyer. Singapore Flyer has 28 capsules and each capsule’s maximum capacity of 28 persons, the evident figure of 28 means “double prosperity” or “easy to prosper” in Cantonese.
The Flyer featured in The Amazing Race 16 in 2010 when a team had to climb from one capsule to another, at the top of the wheel, and in The Amazing Race Australia in 2011 when teams had to choose a capsule to find their next clue.
Directions: You can easily reach the Flyer if you drive a car or catch a taxi on the road. Flag down a taxi and ask them to send you to Singapore Flyer at Raffles Avenue. All taxi drivers in Singapore will know where to take you. But there are also another options available:
1. By MRT ~ MRT is the most common public transportation used by locals and foreigners, it is convenient and cheap. Take MRT from your location, follow the Circle Line route, alight at The Promenade station (CC 4). Take Exit A and look out for blue pedestrian signs to Singapore Flyer. It will only take 5 minutes walk from the MRT exit to the flyer.
2. By bus ~ You can catch public buses 106, 111, and 133 to Temasek Avenue. Singapore Flyer is just across the road.
3. By water taxi ~ You can take water taxi from this following place:
a. Art Science MuseumMadame Tussauds Hong Kong. Read more ... » Jetty (North Entrance); cost SGD 4 one way.
b. Merlion Park; cost SGD 4 one way.
c. Boat Quay; cost SGD 8 one way.
d. Clarke Quay; cost SGD 12 one way.
Water taxi operating hours starts from 9 AM – 10 PM, with last service at 9.30 PM. Expected waiting time is 10 – 15 minutes.
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Opening hours: 8.30 AM – 10.30 PM (daily); last entry at 10.15 PM.
1. Children (age 3 -12): SGD 21
2. Adult: SGD 33
3. Seniors (age 60 and above): SGD 24
* Note: The tickets should only be bought on their official website or in the ticketing booth at the venue, opens daily from 8 AM – 10 PM. Holders of unauthorized tickets will be denied to enter.
Address: 30 Raffles Ave Singapore, Singapore 039803.
Phone: +65 6854 5200
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