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Singapore Flyer Tickets and Tours

Rise above the rest in comfort and style with the Singapore Flyer tickets! Experience the mind-boggling hi-tech displays at the Journey of Dreams exhibit, board your air-conditioned capsule, and prepare spectacular views of the Singapore skyline unlike any other. Or go all out and impress your significant other with a Premium Sky Dining Flight. Enjoy a 4-course, fine dining experience aboard the Flyer, complete with your own in-flight host. This is the best way to conclude your Marina Bay Sands experience!
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Our tips for Singapore Flyer

  • Timing is everything. Although the Singapore Flyer remains quiet during weekdays, it gets pretty packed in the evenings and on weekends, especially at sunset. Book ahead of time if you want to see the city’s sunset skyline.
  • Drop your weapon! The security bears resemblance to that of an airport. Leave any keychain pocket knives, multi-tools, or other sharp objects at your hotel.
  • Now or never. Although you probably want to board the Singapore Flyer as soon as possible, you should linger a bit at The Journey of Dreams exhibit. It’s now or never.
  • Shop and eat or do both. Check out the Great Singapore Sale or Food Festival on your way to the Flyer.
  • Save extra cash. Short on cash? Don’t worry! You can save a nice chunk of change by combining your ticket to Singapore Flyer with other attractions such as Universal Studios, Sentosa Island, River Boat Ride, Singapore Hop-on, Hop-off tour, and more! Then, use the money you saved to buy lunch!

Good to know

When it was officially opened to the public on March 1, 2008, the Singapore Flyer stood at an impressive height of approximately 165 meters (541 feet), making it the tallest observation wheel in the world at that time. It features 28 air-conditioned capsules, each with a capacity of up to 28 passengers.The capsules are thoughtfully designed with glass windows, offering visitors breathtaking panoramic views of the cityscape, including iconic landmarks such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and the Singapore skyline. 

The Singapore Flyer's creation was a collaborative effort involving multiple international companies, and it was engineered to endure extreme weather conditions, including typhoons and earthquakes. Taking inspiration from the renowned London Eye observation wheel in the United Kingdom, the concept of the Singapore Flyer was born, showcasing Singapore's own architectural marvel on the global stage.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Singapore Flyer?

    In terms of weather, the best time to visit is in March/April or September/October. The skies remain pretty clear during these months, which is perfect for riding the Singapore Flyer. Still, City remains hot and humid year-round. Winter brings an unfathomable amount of rain. And, the months of May and June suffer from stifling heat and mugginess.

  • Q: How do I get there?

    If you plan to travel by Mass Rapid Transport (MRT), take the Circle Line or CC4 to the Promenade Station. Leave the station via Exit A and follow the blue pedestrian signs. The Singapore Flyer lies just a 5-minute walk away! If you are traveling by bus, take lines 56, 75, 77, 97, 97e, 171, 195, 960, or 961C to Temasek Avenue. If you plan to drive, you can find paid parking near the Singapore Flyer at 30 Raffles Avenue.

  • Q: Where is Singapore Flyer located?

    Singapore Flyer is located in the Marina Bay Circuit area in Singapore.

  • Q: Is Singapore Flyer bigger than London Eye?

    Singapore Flyer is a 165-meter-high observation wheel that is 30 meters higher than the London Eye and holds the record for the second tallest wheel in the world.

  • Q: What are the opening hours of Singapore Flyer?

    Singapore Flyer is open from Thursday to Monday from 2 pm to 10 pm.

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