Been wanting to revisit the Singapore flyer since my last visit more than 5 years ago.
Located in Singapore downtown, the giant observation wheel stands amidst the skyscrapers in the Singapore skyline. The Singapore Flyer is the go-to attraction for our city’s most magnificent views.
The Singapore Flyer is 165 metres above ground, or as high as 42 storeys, you will be awed by the spectacular scenery below.
Thursday – Sunday and on Public Holidays
First flight: 14:00
Last flight: 21:30
(Our flight operations are closed on Monday – Wednesday)
Singapore Flyer ticket includes:
One rotation (30 minutes) on the Singapore Flyer in a shared capsule.
An in-capsule audio guide and interactive screens to discover the past, present and future of Singapore.
Terms and condition
- Guests below the age of 3 rides for free
- All prices listed are inclusive of GST unless otherwise stated
- Purchase Singapore Flyer tickets only from our ticketing counters, official website or authorised retailers
- Tickets purchased from unauthorised retailers will be denied entry
Child Online Special (U.P. SGD 21)
Senior Online Special (U.P. SGD 24)
16:30-19:00 Peak hour
1.5-2 hours during school holiday or weekends
What to see?
Due to Covid-19 safe distancing measures, there is only a maximum of 10 person in the cabin.
Looking over the Marina Bay Sands and Garden by the Bay
The city area
At the top of the flyer, where we can have an unblocked 360 view of Singapore.
Coming to the end of our turn.
We had an enjoyable day at the Singapore flyer, even though the queue was long but it was worth the wait as the view at the top of the flyer was awesome and the sunset was beautiful.
If you would like to avoid the crowd, suggest you can go over before 2 pm. The queue start to form around 5 pm, and the waiting time will be more than 1.5 hours. If you are going with elderly, you can inform the staff to let them have a seat first at the waiting area and meet you when you are closer to the waiting area.