Singapore Flyer is one of the major attractions in Singapore attracting wide number of tourists from around the world. It is often compared with London Eye situated on south banks of river Thames, London. The Singapore Flyer is a crucial component of tourist attraction in Singapore. The magnificent Singapore Flyer adds charm to the city’s overall image. It is a huge Ferris wheel which took more than two and half years to complete. It is technically referred as the observation wheel hovering over the beautiful skyscraper city of Singapore. It is usually open for public from 9 AM to 10 pm. The Singapore Flyer is situated on 30 Raffles Avenue which offers its customers an exquisite view of the whole city. It is designed by famous Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa who has inspired many people during his lifetime and designed some of the greatest structures around the world.

The eye of Singapore

Singapore Flyer is often referred as the Bird’s Eye view of the whole city. It is owned by Staco Leisure a subsidiary of Staco Corporation Limited. The Singapore Flyer is one of the largest observations Ferris wheel in the whole world. It has a staggering height of one hundred sixty five meters. It was launched in 2008 with the aim to attract visitors & generate maximum revenue. Apart from revenue, it has added an everlasting overall beauty to the city. The uniquely designed Ferris wheel offers amazing packages Visitors at Singapore Flyer are often required to book their tickets online.

Singapore Flyer at night

Singapore Flyer at night

Apart from offering three sixty degree panoramic view of Singapore along with its skyline situated on the Marina Bay, it also offers rare glimpses of Indonesia & Malaysia. The Singapore Flyer is reasonably charged for public as Staco Lesiure has implemented several packages for the Singapore Flyer including romantic dinner experience for couples along with full butler service.

Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel

Though, it is often advised for couples to book their tickets in advance through online web portal. Moreover, in order to attract visitors from around the world, the Singapore Flyer has implemented 10% discount for customers paying for rides through Alipay Nets flash Cards. The unique feature of the Singapore Flyer is that each capsule is designed as per demand of the customer.

Inside Singapore Flyer

Inside Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer has total twenty eight capsules. Each capsule is air conditioned for customer’s comfort. It typically incorporates a three storey terminal building. Though, during the construction of the Singapore Flyer, the Staco Corporation Limited faced typical challenges in terms of availability of space. But, finally it was built was a rain forest garden adjoining Marina Bay. In order to maintain the natural habitat of the rain forest garden, the Staco Corporation Company took special care of the garden.

Moreover, during construction of the Singapore Flyer, the Staco Corporation Company initially faced financial hurdles but eventually it overcome & opened it for public. Since, its inception in 2008, the Singapore Flyer has been a roaring success among the tourists as its overall majestic size presents a breathtaking view of the Singapore city.

Planning to make a trip to Singapore Flyer

Here are some TIPS+ ESSENTIAL INFORMATION if your heading towards Singapore Flyer, Singapore anytime soon.

What are the opening hours? Its open daily from 8.30AM – 10.30PM.

Is there an admission fee?  Yes, the price for an adult is SGD33/pax, child is SGD21/pax and for family combo (2 adults & 1 child) it would be SGD78.

How to get to Singapore Flyer if you have no personal transport? (a) You may take an MRT to Promenade Station, and take the Exit A towards Singapore Flyer (b) Get a ride on a bus numbered 106, 111 or 113 to Temasek Avanuew, and SIngapore Flyer will just be acrossed the road (c) Get a ride on a cab.

Click here for directions to Singapore Flyer.

Address :30 Raffles Avenue Singapore 039803
Contact number : +65 6854 5200