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The Singapore Flyer opened to the public in 2008 and was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world until the High Roller opened in 2014. Soaring 541 feet (165 meters) into the Singapore skyline, visitors will be treated to stunning views of the city in comfortable pods. The attraction can be busy, so book in advance to save money and skip the lines on the day.
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5 Tips for Visiting the Singapore Flyer

Golden hour in Singapore | Flickr: Ray in Manila CC BY 2.0
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Fantastic photosTake your camera and make sure to get plenty of shots of the great view across Marina Bay. Consider visiting at sunset to get impressive pictures at the golden hour.
Built on a tiny conservatory | Flickr: ngotoh CC BY-ND 2.0
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Additional attractionsThe central atrium of the Singapore Flyer building contains a built-in mini-rainforest, with five paths for visitors to enjoy. Make sure to plan a visit before or after your ride!
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Choose the right timeThe Singapore Flyer can be very busy, so visit later or early in the day to avoid the crowds. If you book ahead you’ll also get to skip the lines for tickets and head straight to security.
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Choose the right timeThe Singapore Flyer Retail Terminal includes a flight experience and a multi-sensory theater, so there are plenty of things to do before or after your ride.
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Indulge in LuxuryConsider an option that includes a beverage for a more luxurious trip! You can choose between a Singapore Sling cocktail or a glass of champagne, with non-alcoholic options available for children and non-drinkers.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Singapore Flyer?

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel in the heart of Singapore, which opened in 2008 after more than five years of planning and construction. At the time of its opening, it was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, beating the Star of Nanchang in China by a mere 5 meters. The wheel has 28 capsules that can hold 28 passengers apiece, and it sits on top of a 3-story building that includes shops, restaurants, and a handful of other attractions. Read more.

What can you see on a ride in the Flyer?

From the top of the Singapore Flyer, you can get a fantastic view of Marina Bay and the Singapore River. You’ll be able to spot the Esplanade - Theaters on the Bay, the Padang, the Floating Stadium, the city’s Formula 1 circuit, and the Merlion, one of the most important symbols of the city. Whether you’re visiting during the daytime or after dark, you’re sure to get a picture-perfect panorama during your ride. Read more.

How long does a rotation take?

One revolution in the Singapore Flyer takes about 30 minutes, which is plenty of time to enjoy the view and a drink. The capsules can hold up to 28 passengers at a time, with the total capacity of the wheel being 784 passengers. Each capsule includes benches and is air-conditioned so you’ll have a comfortable ride, no matter what the weather is like outside. Read more.

Is the Singapore Flyer safe?

Absolutely. There were one or two technical faults in the past which meant that the wheel had to close temporarily, but these were one-off incidents and no passengers or members of staff were at risk of injury. The capsule doors can only be operated from the outside, so once you’ve started your trip there’s no way anyone can open the doors until you’re safely back down to earth. For security reasons, there are airport-style security checks before you enter the Flyer, and the capsules are also equipped with security cameras and speakers in case the Flyer staff need to communicate with the passengers. That being said, visitors who are afraid of heights may want to skip this attraction as once you get on, there’s no getting off until the ride is over. Read more.

Can we dine on the Singapore Flyer?

If you’re looking for an element of luxury, then there is the option to dine on the Singapore Flyer. You’ll be treated to a four-course menu with either Western, Chinese, or vegetarian food served by a personal host over the course of two rotations. You’ll share your capsule with up to four other couples unless you specifically book a private capsule, and your experience will last about an hour. Check-in is either at 7 pm for a 7.30 pm meal or 8 pm for an 8.30 pm meal. Read more.

Is the Singapore Flyer accessible for disabled visitors?

Yes! Every capsule can accommodate up to 5 wheelchairs and 15 other passengers at a time. Elevators are available throughout the complex, and the wheel itself uses ramps to allow wheelchair users to embark and disembark easily. Disabled parking is available next to the elevator entrance. The speed of the Flyer can also be slowed down for anyone with mobility problems to allow them to board without any problems. It’s advised that visitors who use a wheelchair email or call the Singapore Flyer office in advance so that members of staff can be ready and waiting to assist in any way necessary. Read more.

General Information

Opening Hours:

⚠ Due to Covid-19, the Singapore Flyer is open from Thursday to Sunday from 3 pm to 9 pm, with the final admission at 8:30 pm.

Address:

Singapore Flyer
30 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039803

Tickets:

Tickets for a ‘flight’ on the Singapore Flyer cost S$33 for visitors aged 13 or older, S$21 for children aged 3 to 12, and S$24 for residents or citizens of Singapore aged 60 or older. Children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge. Tickets including a Singapore Sling cocktail cost S$69 for adults and S$31 for children (who will be served a non-alcoholic mocktail instead). Tickets for a Premium Champagne Flight cost S$79 per adult. Singapore Flyer Sky Dining packages cost upwards of S$328.90 per couple.

How to get there:

It is easy to reach the Singapore Flyer via Mass Rapid Transport. Just take either the Downtown Line or the Circle Line to Promenade Station before walking for 8 minutes. The way is clearly signposted. There is also a multi-story car park available nearby for customers of the Singapore Flyer. Parking costs S$2 per hour from 6 am to 6 pm on weekdays and S$2 per entry from 6 pm to 6 am on weekdays. At weekends, parking costs S$2 per hour from 6 am to midnight and S$2 per entry from midnight to 6 am.
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