Description

If you need a place to get away, to escape the rush of the city and bask in the silence and solitude, 1-Altitude offers you that and more. With spectacular views of Singapore, 1-Altitude is the perfect place to take a break, get a fresh perspective, and ap...more

Singapore, Singapore

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If you need a place to get away, to escape the rush of the city and bask in the silence and solitude, 1-Altitude offers you that and more. With spectacular views of Singapore, 1-Altitude is the perfect place to take a break, get a fresh perspective, and appreciate the hustle and bustle from all the way up. The tallest point in Singapore provides a gorgeous backdrop for your photo moments, while the teal blue sea is a reflection of calm to stare at. The breath-taking views are truly meant to be experienced, with the expansive skyline of Singapore stretching across as far as the eye can see. Look over at Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum, and the Singapore Flyer, and marvel the view of Chinatown from the Upper View Gallery. Admire the architecture, and compare and contrast it from your birds-eye view; and even if heights aren’t your thing, this sight is going to be spectacular!

Ticket Price

S$25

Opening Hour

8:30am to 5:30pm

Recommended Visit Duration

As long as you want!

Suitable For

Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children

Must See

The 360 degree panoramic view

Prayer Facilities

Even though there are no prayer facilities for Muslims available on the 1-Altitude viewing gallery, there are prayer rooms located around Raffles Place. Masjid Moulana Mohammad Ali is the closest mosque, with prayer rooms at Clifford Center and Republic Plaza for Muslim tourists

Halal Food

The meat at the restaurant, café and bar at the 1-Altitude viewing gallery are not certified as Halal, and they serve alcohol, so it is best for Muslim tourists to go for the view and not for the food! Muslim visitors will however be able to grab a bite to eat at one of the many Halal restaurants in the city of Singapore.

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