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Singapore Flyer: The second largest Ferris wheel in the world

At 165 meters, the Singapore Flyer is one of the world's tallest observation wheels, offering 360-degree city views. It features 28 air-conditioned capsules, each 30-minute rotation showcasing landmarks like Marina Bay, Raffles Place, and the Sing...

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The Singapore Flyer boasts a massive 150-meter diameter, equivalent to the length of 87 Singaporean men lying head-to-toe. Picture a lineup of almost 90 folks – that's the Flyer's diameter!

Towering at 165 meters, the Flyer stands tall, reaching the height of a 42-storey building. To make it more whimsical, imagine stacking 31 male giraffes on top of each other – that's the Flyer's height!

Covering 33,700m², the Flyer's land area is a playground for facts. It could host 172 tennis courts or 1,120 parking lots. Picture a parking lot extravaganza!




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What is the Singapore Flyer?

An exciting way to view the ever-changing vibrant skyline of the Lion City - the Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel in the Marina Bay is a public favorite. Standing at a height of 165 meters, guests can enjoy 30-minutes of panoramic views of the city. Read on to learn more about the Singapore Flyer, once the world’s largest observation wheel.

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History of Singapore Flyer in a nutshell

The vision of constructing a large observation wheel in Singapore was conceived as part of the city's efforts to enhance its tourism infrastructure. The construction of the Singapore Flyer began in 2005, with its grand opening on February 11, 2008, and officially opening to the public on April 15, 2008. Singapore Flyer stands at a height of 165 meters (541 feet), claiming the title of the world's largest observation wheel during its opening, and the second largest today. 

Who built the Singapore Flyer?

The Singapore Flyer was designed by a consortium of Japanese and Singaporean architects and engineers, including Kisho Kurokawa Architects & Associates, and DP Architects. The main contractor for the Singapore Flyer project was the Mitsubishi – Takenaka Consortium.

Frequently asked questions about the Singapore Flyer

What is the Singapore Flyer?

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris and observation wheel with 28 air-conditioned capsules for visitors to enjoy panoramic views of the city.

Why should I visit the Singapore Flyer?

Singapore Flyer gives you an opportunity to enjoy a 30-minute ride on the Ferris wheel and offers you unmatched panoramic views of the city’s skyline.

What can I do at the Singapore Flyer?

At the Flyer, you can enjoy your ride on the Ferris wheel, visit the Time Capsule, have a scrumptious meal at the Sky View Pavilion, shop, and even try your hand at gaming!

How do I book tickets to visit the Singapore Flyer?

Booking Singapore Flyer tickets online is the fastest way to guarantee your spot on the wheel, as the Singapore Flyer attracts hundreds of visitors every day.

How much does it cost to visit the Singapore Flyer?

Tickets to the Singapore Flyer range from SGD 25 - SGD 260, depending on the kind of ticket you purchase and the inclusions on it.

Who designed the Singapore Flyer?

The Singapore Flyer was designed by a consortium of Japanese and Singaporean architects and engineers, including Kisho Kurokawa Architects & Associates, and DP Architects.

When did the Singapore Flyer open?

The Singapore Flyer opened to the public on April 15th, 2008.

What’s inside the Singapore Flyer?

At the Singapore Flyer, you can enjoy a ferris wheel ride, a lovely dining experience, shopping, gaming and more.

What are the Singapore Flyer opening hours?

The Singapore Flyer is open daily, including public holidays, from 10am to 10pm, with the last entry at 9:30pm. Get the detailed timings, here.

What is the best time to visit the Singapore Flyer?

For a romantic experience, sunset and night slots on the Ferris wheel are the best, however these also tend to be more crowded. In this case the best option would be to get a private dining experience that will get you your own capsule for the entire ride. If you are looking for a less crowded experience in general, visiting the Flyer during the early opening hours would be ideal.

Where is the Singapore Flyer?

Singapore Flyer is located on Marina Bay, 30 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039803. You can reach the Singapore Flyer via bus, MRT, or by car.

Is the Singapore Flyer wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Singapore Flyer is wheelchair accessible. The capsules are spacious enough to allow for wheelchair entry, with trained staff on hand.

Are there dining options available at the Singapore Flyer?

Yes, you can dine at the Sky View Pavilion, Red Chillies, Daily Kopi, and Juicei Je, to name a few, at the Singapore Flyer. There are quite a few other dining options at the Singapore Flyer.

Is photography allowed at the Singapore Flyer?

Yes, you can photograph as much as you would like at the Singapore Flyer.

Is there a dress code for visiting the Singapore Flyer?

No, there is no particular dress code for the Flyer, however, the capsules are air-conditioned, so you might want to carry a light sweater if you tend to get cold easily.

What other attractions are near the Singapore Flyer?

You can also visit Gardens by the Bay, ArtScience Museum and the Sky Park Observation Deck, all located fairly close to the Flyer.