This attraction oozes friendly professionalism. The ticket booth on the ground floor is efficient and welcoming. Visitors with Singapore Airlines boarding pass stubs get 20% discount. Visitors are then guided upstairs past a display describing the attraction's design and construction and then past a photo point where your picture is taken for free and you can choose whether or not to buy copies after the ride. No pressure. Soon you're guided down a ramp to enter a capsule. There's a central bench that seats about 8-10 people comfortably and still leave plenty of room to walk around taking pictures without blocking other people's views.
The views are pretty spectacular. It's best to go first thing in the morning - generally clearer skies and fewer people. The capsules are air-conditioned. Fairly easy to get good photographs although at some points reflections are unavoidable.
On exit you are guided towards a gift shop where you can look at and buy your photograph if you want, or you can spend as much or as little time inspecting a wide range of souvenirs that don't seem too overpriced compared to similar items downtown.
The whole facility is scrupulously clean and well sign-posted, air-conditioned toilets are within easy reach.
Newcastle, Australia, 4 November 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
Singapore Flyer was absolutely fantastic! I would recommend this tourist site to anyone visiting Singapore. We booked the night time Champagne Flight and the daytime Cocktail Flight, both of which were brilliant. The organisation at the Flyer is second to none and, by booking these special trips, we were treated like royalty.
Kent, UK, 27 August 2009 (Source: TripAdvisor)
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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