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Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer

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30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803
+65 6854 5200
http://www.singaporeflyer.com/
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Standing at a stunning 165m, Singapore Flyer is the height of a 42-storey building – that’s some 30 metres taller than the famed London Eye. Taking a flight on this $240 million wheel is a ... Read more
one-of-a-kind experience you wouldn’t want to miss.

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Depok

In this world there are two huge flyer. London Eye and Singapore Flyer. From this big wheel, we can see Singapore in a breathtaking view. Moreover we can have super romantic dinner from this flyer.

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Mumbai (Bombay)

A definite bucket list place. Must experience the dining. Don't forget to reserve before your visit for dinner plans. A must-do for the Singapore experience.

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Local from Singapore, Singapore

At 165m high, the Singapore Flyer was the tallest ferris wheel in the world until the High Roller in Las Vegas opened in March 2014 at just 2.6m higher. The Singapore Flyer has 28 air-conditioned capsules capable of holding 28 persons each. Get your cameras ready for breathtaking views of the city ! Cost is S$33 for adults.

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Local from Singapore

A good place where u can have a great view of a part of Singapore. A small fee is required and also food is also round the corner.

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Hangzhou, China

it's tall (heard it's same size or slighly smaller than london eye? if my memory's working), but a flyer will be flyer. if you ask me? not much fun.

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Bacolod City

Super duper extra cool view!!!!! A really fun expearence!:):):):):))))))))))))))))))):):):):):):):)♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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Savannah, Georgia, USA

Neat, but pricey. If you're staying in a nearby hotel you may be able to skip the $30 fee and avoid the crowds fighting for the same view.

That said, it's a nice and cool journey to the top with decent city views, and a fun memory.

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Local from Singapore, Singapore

Take a ride at around 6.45pm, so you can see Singapore day and night view. Good seafood restaurant at level 1, reasonable price, value for money!

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New York City, New York State, USA

At 541 feet tall, the Singapore Flyer tops all other wheels by 16 feet—for now, at least. Each car holds up to 28 passengers and takes 30 minutes to complete a full rotation—ample opportunity for soaking up views of the marina, city skyline, and distant Indonesian islands. It also happens to be feng shui approved. In August 2008, feng shui masters recommended the wheel turn in the opposite direction; it now spins clockwise.

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Manila, Philippines

The Singapore Flyer at around 7:30 a.m. This area around here is simply one of the best views you can find in Singapore be it at day or night. Alongside you can see the Marina Bay Sands hotel in a different angle as well as the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest inside the Gardens By The Bay which can only be found behind the hotel itself.
Although the ride on the flyer is quite brief but if you go during "magic hours" lets say during the time that the sun would set in between 5pm-6pm you'll get a perfect view of Singapore from top. As for I, I love it at early morning :-)

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New York City, New York State, USA

You must do this. I suggest going up it and then getting lunch below in the mall and then a fish pedicure. The pictures you will get from the Flyer are fantastic.

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this is home, truly. a reprise of my first gogobot photo of Singapore's skyline. Singapore has the prettiest skyline in the world!

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Mumbai (Bombay), India

The highest of it's kind in the world. Gives a bird's eye view of the city. One can also see a few Indonesian islands

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Chanced upon a website www.changirecommends.com, they sell singapore flyers tickets, anybody heard of this website?

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George Town, Malaysia

worlds tallest ferris wheel. 130+ metres i think. the ride took 40minutes but it was worth it. can see singapore city skyline from there.

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Bangkok, Thailand

Welcome to the Lion City. A bustling metropolis where the East meets West. Right at the heart of Asia

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Sydney, Australia

On a clear day you can see all the way to Johor from here. Want to come back and try the dinner in one of the capsules.

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Jakarta, Indonesia

I didn't expect that I'd like the ride prior to trying Singapore flyer but it turned out I did enjoy the ride (approx half an hour). The best time to go for the ride obviously is during sunset. Time your visit so that you are actually on top of the wheel when the sun goes down.

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Local from Singapore, Singapore

Great for first-time riders but not as fun when you've been here twice or more. Still, its a great spot to view Singapore.

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Marikina City, Philippines
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We started our trip with a ride on the Singapore Flyer! This is a fabulous city and there are so many things to be seen there and attractions to be visited, you can’t imagine!My family went there last summer and based on the research I have made here, we decided to ride on the Singapore Flyer. Wow! It was absolutely worth it!
I swear I haven’t seen such a giant ferry wheel! I think it is the largest in the world!!!
We went there on a Thurday, on our second day in Singapore and I was so glad we have bought cocktail flight tickets online. Because of that we received special treatment as we were waiting in a nice air-conditioned hall and were then taken straight to our cabin, skipping the long queue. We took an audio guide, so that we could enjoy the panoramic view over Singapore in full.
The trip lasted for half an hour and we saw the islands of Indonesia and Malaysia, the Marina Bay, and everything in between them. We managed to take a lot of pictures and to enjoy every second of the ride.
I forgot to mention that we were also having cocktails and snacks, plus a souvenir glass! And these tickets were not that expensive at all!!!
We were very pleased with the attitude and the service, but were absolutely thrilled by the view we enjoyed. I think these were the best spent money on our holiday there and recommend this experience highly!

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