Singapore Flyer is a unique attraction offering a stunning 360° panoramic view of Singapore's skyline.
The Singapore Flyer will make you feel like you are at the top of the world! Up high in the sky, you can see a breathtaking view of Singapore, Indonesian Spice Island, and the Straits of Johor in Malaysia. Standing at 165 metres, it is Asia’s highest observation wheel.
This attraction is on Raffles Avenue, a mere 5-minute drive from Singapore’s CBD.
Opening Days and Hours
The Singapore Flyer is open daily from 08:30 to 22:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance fee is SGD 33 (USD 24.50) for adults, SGD 21 (USD 15.59) for children, and SGD 24 (USD 17.82) for Singaporean senior citizens or senior permanent residents. The ride is free for children below 3 years old. Tickets can be purchased from the ticketing counters on site or booked via http://www.singaporeflyer.com.
How to Get There
The Singapore Flyer is accessible via taxi, bus or MRT. Most people take the MRT, as itis fast and efficient. Just get off at the Promenade Station and walk for 5 minutes to the attraction. If you go by car, parking areas are available for a fee.
Singapore Flyer is a good attraction for all travelers, especially families with kids, groups of friends, and young couples.
Time to Spend
Most people spend about 1 to 2 hours at the Singapore Flyer.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Weekends are usually more crowded. To avoid the crowd, you could visit either in the early morning or in the late afternoon. Sunsets or late evenings are the best for the spectacular night views.
Apart from enjoying the fantastic aerial view, you can also enjoy a cocktail or dine in style in the Flyer itself. You can also shop at the Singapore Flyer Retail Terminal, ease your tired feet at the Kenko Reflexology and Fish Spa, or get your adrenaline rush at the multi-sensory simulator at the XD Theatre.
You may opt to avail of the fine dining offered at the Singapore Flyer. Alternatively, you may get food at the nearby food outlets such as the Singapore Food Trail.
There are a few nearby attractions that visitors can include in their itinerary such as the Marina Bay Sands (1 kilometre) and Gardens by the Bay (1 kilometre).
Singapore offers a variety of accommodation options available for budget, mid-range, and luxury travelers nearby.
Good to Know
Book your tickets online especially if your visit coincides with school and public holidays.