Located in Mariner Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. It was first opened in 2008 and is now one of the most popular attractions in Singapore.


  • Journey of Dreams – Before boarding the observation deck, various interactive and colorful exhibits tell the story of Singapore culture and how the massive Flyer developed.

  • Rainforest Discovery – A mini rainforest environment installed with tropical trees, plants, and a pond filled with fish, sits right under the Flyer.
  • Giant Observation Wheel – The 165 meter high Singapore Flyer takes you on a 32 minute journey to see some of Singapore tallest Skyscrapers and latest landscapes. You’ll be able to see the Supertrees and domes at Gardens by the Bay, the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel, as well as the iconic lotus archetectual of the ArtScience Museum.

Other Activities at Singapore Flyer

  • Duck & Hippo Tours – A vehicle that can travel by land and water.
  • Ultimate Drive – Speed around the track used by Formula One drivers.
  • Flight Experience – Test yourself on a flight simulator.
  • Kenko Reflexology & Fish Spa – Llittle fish nibble away on the dead skin of your feet.
  • XD Theatre – A 6D theatre thrill ride.


Singapore Flyer Adult $33
Child $21
Senior $24
Singapore Flyer Membership Adult $69
Singapore Flyer City Passes Adult $49.90
Child 39.90
Singapore Sling Flight Adult $61
Child $31
World’s First Full Butler Sky Dining Couple $269
High Tea Flight 2 people $99
Signature Cocktail Flight Adult $61
Child $31
Moët & Chandon Champagne Flight Adult $69


  • Security – The operations at Singapore Flyer is quite strict. At the entrance, you’ll be asked to empty your pockets and place your belongings on a scanning machine, similar to airports. There are also 2 cameras in each capsule on the flyer.
  • Hawker Food Court – Like all shopping centers and popular venues in Singapore, there is a hawker food court on the ground floor. It cheap, there’s variety, and most importantly, it’s quality asian food.


  • MRT – Get off at The Promenade Station. Take exit A and it should only take you 5 minutes to walk to the Flyer. There will be blue signs at the station to point you in the right direction.
  • Car/Taxi – It’s only a 10 minute drive from Orchard Road or a 20 minute drive from the airport. There’s a parking lot at the Flyer and if you go between 12pm-2pm on weekdays, parking is free. Otherwise, you have to pay $2.50 for entering the parking lot, and $1 per half hour on weekdays, $1.20 per half hour on weekends. Might as well catch a taxi!
  • Bus – Numbers 106, 111 and 133 stop at Temasek Avenue which is just across the road from Singapore Flyer.

Interesting Facts

  • Diameter – 150 meters
  • Height – 165 meters
  • Rotation speed – 0.76km/hr ….don’t worry it’s pretty slow.
  • 28 capsules that can carry up to 28 passengers. Each capsule is 4m x 7m.

11 Reviews

  1. EvelynKate
    EvelynKate 26 Comments
     -  07 Mar 2018


    Singapore Flyer is worth its money. Not everyday do you get the opportunity to Singapore from a bird’s eye view (different angle) and the photos captured are spectacular every time. The speed is slow and you barely feel it moving (suitable for acrophobic people). I would highly recommend this attraction if you’re not a budget.

  2. simmi sasidharan
    simmi sasidharan
    India 25 Comments
     -  15 Dec 2017

    Fantastic attraction

    Our trip started visiting the major landmark of the city- The Singapore Flyer. Ticket for three of us cost $ 87 which was little expensive but the 30-minute ride was amazing. We took a normal ride and the flyer moves very slowly. It allows you to capture the glimpses of Marina Bay Sands, the track used by Formula One drivers and Garden by the bays. We spend only 45 minutes there but the attraction remains mind-blowing. The best time to visit the flyer is at night allowing you to view the entire city glittering with light.

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    mona91rai 24 Comments
     -  04 Dec 2017

    Fantastic attraction

    Singapore Flyer provided a simply breathtaking view of Singapore, especially during the sunset. The price was on the expensive side, but for the view and amazing photos captured, it was well worth it. Great for a romantic date.

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    Simeen 9 Comments
     -  20 Mar 2017

    It was good

    For all its hype and being a major landmark, I found the Singapore Flyer very underwhelming for the price. We didn’t enjoy the Journey of Dreams much, it just seemed like they were trying to justify the high ticket price. You’d be much better of taking the cable car to Sentosa and back if you want to get a really stunning view of Singapore. If you do decide to go, then sunset would probably be the best time to view the cityscape.

  5. imlalas
    imlalas 12 Comments
     -  02 Mar 2017


    The ride itself doesn’t take long, its about 30 minutes long. It’s all about the view, which was superb! My only regret was not timing the ride well or we could have experienxed the sunset!

  6. Sanhita Basu
    Sanhita Basu 26 Comments
     -  31 Jan 2017

    Fantastic attraction

    Contrary to popular belief, this is not a typical Ferris Wheel ride as it allows you to have dinner with wine while riding the iconic Singapore Flyer. However, I only opted for the normal ride as it was economical but the experience was exhilarating. There is also a museum which you actually walk through before you ride the flyer and you can also buy a souvenir coin, if you want.

  7. auspicious99
    auspicious99 9 Comments
     -  30 Jan 2017


    The Singapore Flyer reminds me of the London Eye. It provides great views of the city while slowly going around in a circle, a ferris wheel in slow motion. Unfortunately, it is located close to Marina Bay Sands, which has an even more spectacular view from its rooftop restaurants and infinity pool, so you might prefer to just catch the view from there.

  8. sabrinaoh
    sabrinaoh 10 Comments
     -  26 Jan 2017

    Fantastic attraction

    Good view from the top. Standing high 165-meter-high, the Flyer is Asia’s answer to the London Eye. There’s a reason why TIME has name it as one of the must do in Singapore. I have been here during the day, and enjoyed the view. I recommend the dining experience in the capsule in the evening and catch the sunset. Absolutely stunning and worthwhile!

  9. Lynn
    Lynn 10 Comments
     -  17 Dec 2016


    You can get a bird eye view of whole Singapore city from the flyer. The view is stunning and pleasant especially at night.

  10. Bridget
    Bridget 10 Comments
     -  17 Dec 2016


    The Singapore Flyer is a huge Ferris wheel (165mt high) situated adjacent to the Gardens by the Bay and is well worth a visit in my opinion. You will get some fantastic birds-eye views of the city and the surrounding gardens and the astonishing Marina Bay Sands resort. You can even splash out and treat yourself to dinner, cocktails, champagne or high tea in a VIP carriage.

  11. Archana R
    Archana R 20 Comments
     -  11 Dec 2016

    It was good

    It is one of the main attractions in Singapore offering some stunning panoramic view of the cosmopolitan cityscape. It takes about half hour for a circle to finish and my suggestion is to take the tour at evening around sunset for the spectacular view of the skyline it has to offer. You also get to see the Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Waterfront promenade from the flyer. Good experience and good chance for some aerial photography.

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