I did a 24-hour Singapore Stopover on my way through and had to visit the new Singapore Flyer, the world's biggest ferris wheel - sorry, "moving observation platform". I'd been on some big ferris wheels before and was pleased to see this one had very large and stable observation cabins.They easily fit a couple of dozen people, but while we were there, just 8 or so. the Flyer revolves very slowly so that you hardly feel you are moving. The views are spectacular, across the whole of Singapore city and the impressive port (container ships everywhere). We got a great view of some of the new architectural art being built in the city - the durian-inspired buildings, the Marina Mandarin which sports what looks like a giant ark atop three towers, a helix bridge said to be the world's first curved bridge; and a still-under-construction events centre featuring outstanding curved glass domes.
The Flyer was a great novelty on the upward flight, but the downward part went a little slowly for my 9-year-old son. I was in no rush, and I appreciated the air-conditioning.
The Singapore Flyer does sightseeing during the day and dining platforms in the evenings. Worth a visit even if you're on a short stopover.
Auckland Central, New Zealand, 31 October 2011 (Source: TripAdvisor)
Thank you and your team for a job well done!
It has been a wonderful and awesome experience for the birthday gals. Your staff have been most accommodating and patient with our requests. No words could describe how grateful I am for the set-up. And this experience and memories will stay with us for a very long time.
Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Kudos to your team!
Singapore, 29 November 2010
Special thanks to Flyer’s sales manager Ruby for the special arrangement for my Valentine’s Day Champagne Flight, and Bonnavie of Guest Services for coordinating the arrangement, and lastly, not forgetting the operation staff on ground that day.
It is my first flight with Singapore Flyer, and it is a good and memorable one.
Singapore, 14 February 2011
Booked a cocktail flight and it's worth spending extra money as you get everything exclusive.
Exclusive reception in the Flyer lounge which means no queues. Staff escort you to the Flyer upstairs exclusively again in a separate line from the public and you also have exclusive themed capsules which is very romantic for couples. Views are spectacular and amazing. Worth a visit.
Brisbane, Australia, 11 January 2013 (Source: TripAdvisor)
I would like to thank Joseph Ravindran Christie of Flyer’s Guest Services for making our trip to Singapore Flyer a very special one. Three couples went to the Flyer to renew our wedding vows, celebrating our 25th anniversary this year. Joseph was kind and very accommodating to our requests. The morning spent at the Flyer was most enjoyable!
Singapore, 28 February 2011
Very stimulating and interesting … it interacts the past and present of Singapore’s historical and cultural events. Students will be able to better understand how the Singapore Flyer works.
Yio Chu Kang Secondary School
We booked the Singapore Sling package online before arriving in Singapore. There was a promotion on at the time so the tickets cost approx S$55 each. We had the cabin to ourselves and the cocktail made it a very nice way to see the Singapore skyline. Definitely worth it.
Perth, Australia, 9 July 2011 (Source: TripAdvisor)
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