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Singapore Flyer

30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803, Singapore
+65 6333 3311
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At 165 metres tall, Singapore Flyer is a masterpiece of urban architecture and engineering that showcases not only the mesmerizing cosmopolitan cityscape of the tropical Lion City, but even the surrounding islands of Indonesia and parts of Malaysia in all their glory. In addition to offering panoramic views of Singapore's cosmopolitan cityscape, guests can also indulge in a flute of champagne, or savour the iconic Singapore Sling whilst hosted in a special themed capsule. Diners seeking both privacy and luxury can opt for a multi-sensory treat unlike any other with our Premium Sky Dining Flight, complete with a four-course dinner and an in-flight host.
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“london eye” (700 reviews)
“ferris wheel” (311 reviews)
“entire city” (112 reviews)
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30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803, Singapore
Marina Bay
+65 6333 3311
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One of the best attractions that I visited in Singapore. Great views of the bay !gardens and city. Visited early morning and queues were very short.

Thank John G
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Flyer pod's are mounted out rim for unobstructed views. The pods themselves are very large, can hold up to 20 people, but we were fortunate to have one all to our selves. It was easy to walk around and get a view from every...More

Thank Lyle K
Reviewed 2 days ago

Nice adventure, nice views. Just after visiting it you can walk through the bridge to the gardens by the bay.

Thank Piotr H
Reviewed 2 days ago

Its a wonderful experience.. Will get a wonderful view of Singapore.. Excellent facility.. The view of Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay etc is awesome from the flyer..

Thank agate22
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was 30 minutes of sheer bliss to sit and look at the views. We had a car to ourselves and our cameras were clicking at the beauty of the Singapore skyline. The slow movement of the wheel was very calming.

Thank mrsmang
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It is reputed to be the world's largest observation wheel, standing at 165m from the ground, offers breathtaking, panoramic views of Marina Bay, Singapore island and beyond. We were indeed glad that we finally did visit this icon of Singapire

Thank GAN L
Reviewed 3 days ago

Singapore Flyer provides scenic view of the entire Singapore from various heights and angels through the continuously rotating cabins. The champagne cabin is special, in that it serves champagne and chocolate while one is enjoying the ride.

Thank charoos
Reviewed 3 days ago

Not being one for heights, I was nervous at first, but you feeel safe and get amazing 360 degree views of this beautiful city. The first time we visited it was closed due to stroms, so this can be an issue. On this trip, we...More

Thank Bradley G
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

For a person like me who have never even been in a giant wheel in my life, Singapore flyer was the most amazing experience. Take the flyer in the night if possible to get the breathtaking view of Singapore in dazzling lights. This is taller...More

Thank Saravanan J
Reviewed 3 days ago

Did not feel like you were moving and I am a big chicken with heights. The views, I am running out of words to describe Singapore. Well worth the ride and do not miss walking around as you come out and check out the garden...More

Thank jjsteed
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Sabil R
how we can reach from Broadway hotel by bus? which Bus?
23 May 2017|
Response from vineet j | Reviewed this property |
from Broadway Hotel, Walk 600 m (7 mins) to bus stop - Little India then take bus to - Downtown Line towards Chinatown stop at- Promenade Walk 600 m (9 mins) then u reach Singapore Flyer, 30 Raffles Ave.
We would be staying at Hotel Furama Riverfront, Havelock Road. How much time does it take to get to the Flyer from here and what is the best way to get there? We would be arriving on 19th May around 11 am and have a night safari scheduled in the evening. Will it be possible to squeeze in the Singapore Flyer?
13 April 2017|
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Response from Bernard P | Reviewed this property |
Use Uber to go to flyer and zoo. Watch the free watershow at 7pm on riverfront. Sign up for Lyft and Uber much easier and cheaper tjan taxi.
What sort of rush should we expect on Good Friday (14th April) around evening time (05:00pm)? We plan to visit and little confused about buying tickets online or not? Or should we buy Viator card (not sure if that helps in avoiding the line)? Can anyone please suggest. Thanks.
5 April 2017|
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Response from jgaanesh | Reviewed this property |
I didn't pick up tickets online instead did thro Changi airport terminal two stall that is outside when you walkout to the left (the only stall that sells Singtel cards). Got it complimentary when I picked universal studios... More