How much does it cost to ride the Singapore Flyer?

How much does it cost to ride the Singapore Flyer?

Tickets for a ‘flight’ on the Singapore Flyer cost S$33 for visitors aged 13 or older, S$21 for children aged 3 to 12, and S$24 for residents or citizens of Singapore aged 60 or older. Children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge.

Is food allowed on Singapore Flyer?

Am I allowed to bring food on board Singapore Flyer? Food and beverages purchased outside are not permitted to be consumed within Singapore Flyer’s capsules.

How high is Singapore Flyer?

Singapore Flyer/Height

Do we need to book time slot for Singapore Flyer?

Singapore Flyer: Open from Thursday to Sunday and on Public Holidays, from 3pm – 10pm (last admission at 9:30pm). Last admission for Time Capsule is 9:15pm. Time slot reservation is not required.

What is the best time to go Singapore Flyer?

Visit during the dusk to enjoy the illuminated views of the city’s skyline. Late evenings and early mornings is the best time to visit the Singapore Flyer as there will be little to no crowd.

Is Singapore Flyer a Ferris wheel?

Located in the heart of downtown Marina Bay, the Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest giant observation wheel. More importantly, it is high on thrills for tourists and locals alike. Step into one of the 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules, and be transported on a 30-minute journey of stunning day and night scenes.

Is Singapore Flyer bigger than London Eye?

The tallest Ferris wheel in the world has opened in Las Vegas in America. It stands at an impressive 168 metres tall and has 28 glass pods which can each hold up to 40 people. The Las Vegas High Roller is about 33 metres taller than the London Eye and three metres taller than its nearest rival, the Singapore Flyer.

Who owns Singapore Flyer?

Straco Leisure
Singapore Flyer/Owners

Singapore Flyer was acquired by Straco Corporation Limited in November 2014 through Straco Leisure Pte Ltd, a joint venture between Bay Attractions Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Straco Corporation Limited and WTS Leisure Pte Ltd. Singapore Flyer is Straco Corporation’s flagship project in Singapore.

What is the best time to take Singapore Flyer?

How long is SG flyer?

Diameter: Singapore Flyer is 150 metres in diameter – about the length of 87 Singaporean men lying down head-to-toe. The average Singaporean man is 1.72m tall. Height: Singapore Flyer measures 165 metres in height – about the height of a 42-storey building.

How long is one trip on the Singapore Flyer?

around 30 minutes
A ride on the Singapore Flyer consists of one round of the massive observation wheel. It takes around 30 minutes for the Singapore Flyer to complete the revolution. This is counted from the time you step on to the passenger capsule to the time you step of the capsule.

What is Singapore Flyer known for?

Giant Observation Wheels
Officially launched in 2008, Singapore Flyer stands at 165 metres, with a diameter of 150 metres, making it one of the largest Giant Observation Wheels in the world.

What are cake pops?

A ball-shaped cake covered with chocolate ganache on a stick, cake pops add a lovely touch to your party delectables and are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Completely versatile and easily decorated to match any theme, they’ve risen to the top of that chart as one of our best selling desserts for both individual and corporate parties as well!

Why choose Singapore Flyer for your wedding venue?

Take your vows to new heights with this intimate and unique wedding venue. From engagement party to your marriage solemnisation, the Singapore Flyer will set hearts fluttering with enchanting and breathtaking views on your big day in an exclusive capsule, decorated to set the mood.

How much does a Zee & Elle pastel Cake cost?

From real flowers like on their Soft Pink Fairytale Cake (from $205), to piped flower illustrations on the Flower Garden Cake (from $155), these pastel cakes from Zee & Elle really do take the cake.

What kind of cake do they do for a birthday party?

They do a range of unicorn, mermaid, and woodland-themed cakes and also offer dessert tables where you can add on donuts, macarons, and truffles. Flavours include Belgian Dark Forest, Toasty Pistachio Berry, and Earl Grey Lavender – pick one or more to customise a birthday cake that suits your palate.

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