The Singapore Flyer is the biggest city observation wheel in the world. At the highest point of the wheel, passengers will be hoisted 165m above the city of Singapore, able to enjoy stunning aerial views of Marina Bay and the areas beyond.

There are several other attractions which enhance the ride on the Singapore Flyer, giving you a further insight into the history of Singapore and all of the landmarks that you can see from the wheel. Oneiroi’s Orb is a new multi-sensory display which focuses on spherical items and artefacts through the ages to reflect the Flyer’s circular shape. The Numeric exhibit presents all of the facts relating to the construction of the Flyer in a way which is fun and easy to digest.

The Fragment of Dreams display allows visitors to engage with the development of Singapore as a city. It shows, in an interactive manner, how the city has changed and evolved through the centuries.

The seven different galleries all feature exhibits which greatly enhance the Flyer experience but the 360 degree views of the city really are the highlight. The experience is extremely different at night to how it is during the day. The lights of the city are picturesque below and it really is something to be able to look down on a myriad of skyscrapers.

Address: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore
Tel: +65 6734 8829
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 10:30pm