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What better way to see the beautiful island city of Singapore than from 165 metres above ground, on the Singapore Flyer! Offering a bird’s eye view of Singapore’s cityscape, Singapore Flyer is one of the largest observation wheels in the world....more

Singapore, Singapore

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What better way to see the beautiful island city of Singapore than from 165 metres above ground, on the Singapore Flyer! Offering a bird’s eye view of Singapore’s cityscape, Singapore Flyer is one of the largest observation wheels in the world. Apart from offering stunning 360 degree views of popular attractions and landmarks such as Marina Bay and Singapore River as well as the Helix Bridge, Merlion Park, the F1 Circuit and Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, the Singapore Flyer is home to attractions and activities that are sure to impress the whole family. Visitors looking for thrill are sure to enjoy the XD Theater and the Flight Experience, while those looking to relax and unwind can do so at at Kenko Reflexology and Fish Spa. Dining at the Flyer is also possible. Visitors get to enjoy a selection of culinary delights while taking in the breathtaking view. Adding on to the Singapore Flyer experience, especially for the shopaholics visiting, are the numerous stores selling a variety of souvenirs, jewelry, watches, and more.

Ticket Price

Adult (13 years or older): S$33.00 Child (3-12 years old): S$21.00 Senior (60 years old and above): S$24.00

Opening Hour

8.30am – 10.30pm

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 1 hour or more

Suitable For

Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children

Must See

The impressive views, the XD Theater and the Flight Experience

Prayer Facilities

While the Singapore Flyer does not offer prayer facilities for Muslim visitors, Muslims visiting the attraction will find plenty of mosques and prayer rooms in the city of Singapore. Masjid Hajjah Fatimah, Masjid Sultan, Masjid Bencoolen and Masjid Abdul Gaffoor are a few of the numerous mosques in the city.

Halal Food

Muslims visiting the Singapore Flyer are sure to have at least a couple of Halal food options. While the attraction houses numerous restaurants and eateries, not all of them will be Halal. Bayview Tandoor and Hong Kong Zhai House of Dim Sum at Singapore Flyer are known to serve Halal dishes.  

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