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  • Step aboard the largest observation wheel in Asia, the Singapore Flyer, and enjoy the views of iconic landmarks like Merlion Park and Gardens by the Bay.

  • Marvel at the panoramic views of the Singapore skyline from the spacious capsules from a height of 165 meters. 

  • Enjoy 360-degree views of Singapore from the glass capsules as the flyer slowly rotates and see landmarks like Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay.

  • Relax and take-in the picturesque views of the city from the air-conditioned capsule of the Singapore Flyer.

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Singapore Flyer
Timings: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


Singapore Flyer
30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

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  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 41.663
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Singapore Flyer Tickets overview

Singapore Flyer Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

Singapore Flyer Opening Hours:

  •  Everyday: 10 AM to 10:00 PM

Last Admission:

  • Singapore Flyer: 9:30 PM

Activity Duration: 1-3 Hours (Approx.)

About the Singapore Flyer:

The Singapore Flyer stands as an iconic observation wheel located in the heart of Singapore Downtown Core district. Its grand inauguration took place on 15 April 2008. Discover the magnificence of Singapore and its skyline from a unique perspective at the Singapore Flyer. Renowned as one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the world, the Singapore Flyer offers unparalleled views of the city from a height of 165 metres. As the observation wheel starts its gradual ascent into the skies, the city’s prominent landmarks come into view until you soar high enough to spot them all.

Spot iconic Singaporean attractions like Gardens by the Bay, ArtScience Museum, Merlion Park and numerous other landmarks amidst the ultra-modern skyscrapers of the city. Designed to accommodate 28 people per air-conditioned glass capsule, each ride on the Flyer lasts approximately 30 minutes. If you wish to go beyond the usual sightseeing adventure, Singapore Flyer offers experiences like the Time Capsule, Private Dining, and Singapore Sling. So, book your tickets in advance online to enjoy a hassle-free and fun ride atop Singapore’s iconic wheel.

About the Singapore Flyer Tickets:

  • Book your Singapore Flyer tickets in advance online for a hassle-free experience and to avail yourself of amazing discounts and combo offers.
  • Get entry tickets and admire the city’s stunning skyline from the world’s third-highest Ferris wheel.
  • Go beyond the classic sightseeing experience atop the Flyer as you experience the Singapore Time Capsule, where you can discover Singapore’s past, present and future with a light and tech show.  
  • Discover the joys of relishing a four-course meal in a moving restaurant with your loved ones in the hour-long private Singapore Flyer Dining Experience.
  • Enjoy the popular Singapore Sling cocktail, as you soar to the skies with the Flyer.
  • The Combo ticket options allow you to ride the Singapore Flyer and explore one of the city’s major attractions like Gardens by the Bay or Marina Bay Sands.

How to Reach Singapore Flyer?

Singapore Flyer is located at 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803 and can be reached by bus, MRT or car.

  • By Bus: Buses 36, 36A, 36B, 70A, 70M, 97, 97e, 106, 111, 133, 162M, 502, 502A, 518, 518A, 700A and 857 provide services to the Singapore Flyer. The nearest bus station from the attraction is Bus Stop 02171 opposite Ritz Carlton.
  • By MRT: The attraction is approximately eight minutes away on foot from Promenade Station, which is the nearest MRT station and is serviced by Lines DT15 and Circle Line CC4.
  • By Car/Taxi: Singapore Flyer is about 13.4 km away from the city centre and takes approximately 25 minutes to reach via Upper Thomson Rd. You can park in either Temasek Avenue or Raffles Boulevard at minimal rates.

Singapore Flyer Tickets faqs

What is the Singapore Flyer and why should I visit it?

The Singapore Flyer is a giant observation wheel that offers panoramic views of the city skyline and surrounding areas. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore and offers a unique way to experience the city from above.

What is so special about the Singapore Flyer?

Known as one of the world’s highest observation wheels, the Singapore Flyer offers unmatched views of the city and its attractions from a vantage point that is 165 metres high. It is one of the city’s most picturesque sightseeing experiences and offers unique attractions like the Time Capsule, private capsules, dining in the skies and the Singapore Sling Experience. Spot some of the city’s famous landmarks like Gardens by the Bay and Merlion Park and click memorable pictures with your loved ones on this fun ride of a lifetime.

How long is a Singapore Flyer ride?

A Singapore Flyer ride lasts for approximately 30 minutes, during which the wheel completes one rotation from base to top and back. The ride is a slow affair to ensure you get to admire the city and its skyline at a relaxed pace and spend relaxed time with your loved ones.

What is the capacity of each capsule on the Singapore Flyer?

Each capsule of the Singapore Flyer is designed to accommodate up to 28 passengers. The capsules are glass-encased and air-conditioned, ensuring the comfort and safety of everyone on board. For private capsules, the accommodation capacity varies depending on decorations and other paraphernalia included in the experience.

How much time to spend on the Singapore Flyer?

As each rotation lasts for approximately 30 minutes, the ride is a quick experience and does not require much time. Be it a last-minute addition to your itinerary or a well-planned outing, the 30-minute experience is one you will remember for a lifetime. If you have booked a private capsule for celebrating events, you can spend more time onboard.

Is the Singapore Flyer wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the Singapore Flyer is wheelchair accessible and has facilities available for visitors with disabilities.

Can I bring food or drinks on the Singapore Flyer?

No, outside food or drinks are not allowed on the Singapore Flyer. However, there are a variety of dining options available at the Flyer's attraction zone, including restaurants, cafes, and bars.

Are there any age restrictions for the Singapore Flyer?

There are no specific age restrictions for the Singapore Flyer, but children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. It is also recommended that pregnant women and visitors with certain medical conditions consult their doctor before riding on the observation wheel.

How high is the Singapore Flyer?

The Singapore Flyer stands 165 meters tall, which is approximately equivalent to a 42-story building.

What can I see from the Singapore Flyer?

From the Singapore Flyer, visitors can see panoramic views of the city skyline, including iconic landmarks such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and the Singapore Strait.

What are the dining options in Singapore Flyer?

The Singapore Flyer has a variety of dining options available at its attraction zone. Here are some of the options:

  • Sky View Pavilion - This Chinese restaurant offers a range of traditional dishes, including dim sum, seafood, and roasted meats. It also has private dining rooms available for special occasions.
  • Singapore Food Trail - This outdoor food court offers a variety of local dishes, including satay, Hokkien mee, and laksa. The food is served from hawker-style stalls, and there is seating available for diners.
  • Flight Bar & Lounge - This rooftop bar offers a range of cocktails, wines, and beers, as well as light snacks and small plates. It is located on the Flyer's observation deck and offers stunning views of the city skyline.
  • Fish & Co. - This seafood restaurant offers a range of dishes, including fish and chips, grilled seafood, and paella. It also has vegetarian and gluten-free options available.
  • Japanese Food Street - This food court offers a range of Japanese dishes, including sushi, ramen, and tempura. There is seating available for diners, and the food is served from various stalls.

How to buy Singapore flyer ticket?

You can easily book Singapore Flyer tickets on our website or from walk-in counters at the attraction. However, it is recommended that you book your tickets online in advance for a hassle-free experience on the day of the ride. Advance bookings help you avail of discounts and amazing combo offers on ticket prices.

How much does it cost to ride the Singapore Flyer?

General Singapore Flyer tickets cost approximately INR 2,400 (SGD 40). If you wish to avail of discounts or get amazing combo deals on entrance tickets, it is recommended that you book them online in advance. Experiences like the 165 Dining, Singapore Sling and Premium Champagne Experience on the Singapore Flyer require separate tickets and have different prices as well.

What are the places to visit near Singapore Flyer?

There are many interesting places to visit near the Singapore Flyer. Here are some suggestions:

  • Gardens by the Bay - This award-winning garden attraction is located just across the Marina Bay Sands complex from the Singapore Flyer. Visitors can explore the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, and Supertree Grove, among other attractions.
  • Marina Bay Sands - This iconic integrated resort is home to a casino, shopping mall, restaurants, and the world-famous infinity pool. It is just a short walk from the Singapore Flyer.
  • Merlion Park - Located just a few minutes' walk from the Singapore Flyer, this park is home to the famous Merlion statue, which is a half-fish, half-lion creature that is a symbol of Singapore.
  • Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay - This performing arts center is located on the waterfront and features a variety of shows, concerts, and performances. It is just a short walk from the Singapore Flyer.
  • ArtScience Museum - This museum is located at Marina Bay Sands and features a variety of interactive exhibits that explore the intersection of art, science, and technology.
  • Clarke Quay - This historic riverside district is home to a variety of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Visitors can also take a boat ride along the Singapore River from Clarke Quay.
  • Chinatown - This vibrant neighborhood is home to a variety of shops, markets, and restaurants that showcase Singapore's Chinese heritage. Visitors can explore the many temples, street markets, and historic shophouses in the area.

These are just a few of the many places to visit near the Singapore Flyer. Other popular attractions include Sentosa Island, Universal Studios Singapore, and the Singapore Zoo.


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