Singapore Flyer

Loves: Panoramic views of Marina Bay and beyond.

Our Advice: Come during off-peak hours like late mornings and you could get the whole cabin to yourself!

Singapore Flyer which stands at 165m was the world’s tallest Ferris wheel until 31st March 2014 when the 167.6m High Roller in USA opened. The Singapore Flyer can accommodate 28 passengers in each of the air-conditioned capsules.


Visitors can choose a unique experience from the different types of packages available here. There is the Singapore Sling Flight or Singapore Cocktail Flight where you can immerse in the lovely city sights while enjoying a glass of Singapore Sling or Cocktail, or the Premium Sky Dining Flight where you can have sky dining with your loved one or guest in the capsule.


As the Ferris wheel rotates, you will be able to have a 360o panoramic day and glittering night views of the city.

Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

District: Downtown Core, Central

By MRT 

- Alight at Promenade MRT Station (CC4 / DT15) and take exit A

- 5-minute walk along Raffles Boulevard

- Look out for Blue-colour Pedestrian signs indicating direction to Singapore Flyer. 


Estimated walking distance: 500m 

Operating Hours: 8.30am – 10.30pm, Ticketing counter operates from 08.00am - 10.00pm

Last Entry: 10.15pm

Recommended Duration: 2 hours (ride takes about 30 mins)


Prices:

Adult - $33

Child - $22*

Senior Citizen - $15*


* 3 - 12 years old. Admission for child below 3 years old is free. 

** Senior Citizen admission only applicable for Singaporean or Singapore PR aged 60 and above. 

Tel: +65 6333 3311
Email: enquiry@rws.com.sg
Website: http://www.singaporeflyer.com

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