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Singapore Flyer offers a breathtaking panorama of the shimmering Marina Bay waterfront and historical landmarks dotting the city skyline. Find details of our facilities, sights and sounds to explore, dining and shopping – everything you need to know to make your trip to the Flyer a successful and memorable one.
Essential Info for Visitors
Singapore Flyer - Inflight Audio Guides
Inflight Audio Guides
Fengshui Audio Guide
See Singapore through the eyes of a Chinese geomancer
Let the Fengshui Master explain how you can increase your good luck on a Singapore Flyer flight. As the mesmerizing scenery sweeps into view, he will share anecdotes like how the shape of Singapore is akin to a golden ingot in a treasure basin. You can also appreciate the architecture and building designs from a new angle, like how the structure of Suntec City resembles a human hand with the Fountain of Wealth in the centre of the palm. As you reach the peak of the flight, it is the best time to make a wish as you are closest to the heavens!
Singapore Flyer - Inflight Audio Guides
Getting to the Flyer
See Singapore through the eyes of a Chinese geomancer
By Mass Rapid Transport (MRT)NEW! Starting from 17 April 2010, the opening of the new Promenade Station (Circle Line, CC4) will provide you with a fuss-free, mere five-minute walk to Singapore Flyer! Take Exit A > Look out for blue pedestrian signs to Singapore Flyer.

By CarSingapore Flyer is located just at the fringe of town. It takes you about 5 minutes to get there from the Central Business District (CBD), 10 minutes from Orchard Road and 20 minutes from Changi Airport. If you are driving to Singapore Flyer, we have a car park with 280 lots and a special coach bay for 25 tour buses.
Singapore Flyer - Ticket Booths
Ticket Booths
You will find the tickets booths conveniently located at:
Near the link bridge on Level 2 of the Terminal
Promenade Foyer, Level 1 (Between Popeyes and Seafood Paradise)
Baggage Counter, Level 1 (Coach Bay Area)

Singapore Flyer - Safety & Security
Safety & Security
Here at Singapore Flyer, we care about your safety. To keep you and your family safe and secure at all times, we have safety features built into every capsule and airport-style security measures.

Views from the Top
Find out what key landmarks you can observe from atop Singapore Flyer. See if you can spot them during your flight!  
Singapore Flyer - Safety & Security

Singapore Flyer - Raffles Place Raffles Place

Singapore Flyer - The Fullerton Singapore

Singapore Flyer -Esplanade Singapore

Singapore Flyer - F1 Circuit Singapore

Singapore Flyer -Fort Canning Singapore

Singapore Flyer - Marina Barrage Singapore

Singapore Flyer - New Bridge Singapore

Singapore Flyer - Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort
Collyer Quay Named after George Chancellor Collyer, the chief engineer of the Straits Settlements in the 1860s, Collyer Quay is a road that houses landmarks such as Clifford Pier, Change Alley and Ocean Towers. Until the late 1960s, the front of Clifford Pier was a car park where mobile food stalls arrived after office hours, and was a late-night haunt for musicians and an assortment of night birds.

Raffles Place Raffles Place, Singapore’s main Central Business District, is situated south of the mouth of the Singapore River. Originally known as Commercial Square, it was named after modern Singapore’s founding father, Sir Stamford Thomas Raffles, in 1858. Retailers in the district soon gave way to the rapid development of finance houses and major banks in the 1960s and 1970s.

The Fullerton Singapore An internationally acclaimed five-star luxury hotel located near the mouth of the Singapore River, The Fullerton Singapore was converted from Singapore’s historic general post office building to one of Singapore’s most prestigious hotels.

Esplanade
– Theatres On The BayLocated at the picturesque waterfront overlooking Marina Bay, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is Singapore’s most exciting performance arts venue to date. Housing a 1,600-seat concert hall, a 2,000-seat theatre and several recital rooms, theatre and rehearsal studios as well as outdoor performing spaces, the dome-shaped complex also boasts a shopping mall, cosmopolitan food outlets and an arts library.

Merlion Park The Merlion, a half-fish half-lion hybrid, is a commanding presence standing 8.6 metres tall on the south bank of Singapore River. The Merlion originates from the legend of Sang Nila Utama, a prince who named this sunny island “Singapura” (Lion City) after sighting a lion upon his first arrival to Singapore’s shores. The majestic Merlion has since become a popular tourist attraction for visitors.

Empress Place Located near the mouth of the Singapore River and built as a Court House, this impressive colonial masterpiece was home to many government departments before being renamed Empress Place in 1907 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s visit to Singapore. Today, Empress Place has been reincarnated as the Asian Civilizations Museum and is a trendy spot for high-end waterfront dining.

Singapore River Once Singapore’s lifeline for trade, where early immigrants worked and lived, and stevedores unloaded cargo from ships and bumboats, the Singapore River has been given a new lease of life with the development of art venues, alfresco dining, entertainment and retail in conserved shop-houses. Highlights on the banks of the River include popular tourist attractions such as Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay.

Padang The Padang, located at the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, was where Mr Yusof Ishak took his oath to become the Republic’s first president on 3 December 1959. Today, the Padang is a popular venue for sports, line-dancing and rock concerts.

Fort Canning ParkEstablished in 1859 as an arms store, barracks and hospital, Fort Canning Park was the site for the palatial resort of former Majapahit kings and the residence of colonial governors such as Sir Stamford Raffles. Today, the park is a popular location for picnics, exhibitions, plays, performances and other showcases for the arts.

Floating Stadium The colourful Floating Stadium, located next to the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, consists of a 27,000-person seating gallery and the world’s largest floating platform performance stage on water. Singapore’s annual National Day Parade was held at the Floating Stadium for the first time in 2007 due to the planned demolition of its former home, the Singapore National Stadium.

F1 Circuit Singapore is proud to welcome F1 motor-racing to its streets in September 2008. A capsule on Singapore Flyer will provide the best seats in the house, with a clear view of the action from the observation wheel.

New Bridge Designed as a double helix structure, the new 280-metre bridge will link the Bayfront area to Marina Centre, completing a walking route that brings visitors to the major attractions around the bay including Singapore Flyer. The bridge, expected to be completed around 2009, will be spearheaded by award-winning architect Philip Cox.

Art Park The Art Park, situated on the northern end of the new bridge at Marina Centre, will feature artworks by Singapore youths submitted during an Art Competition organised by the Urban Redevelopment Authority. The competition was designed to commemorate the new bridge, which is set to become a spectacular landmark to view from the observation wheel of Singapore Flyer.

Marina Barrage Singapore’s biggest reservoir to date, Marina Reservoir, looks set to become the next hotspot for watersports enthusiasts for water activities such as canoeing, wakeboarding and F1 power-boat racing.

Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort
Singapore’s very first Integrated Resort will add a new dimension to the landscape of Marina Bay in 2010. Comprising a world-class hotel, casino, convention, leisure and entertainment facilities, and a museum, Marina Bay Sands will also offer luxury retail outlets and unique dining venues. Its hotel consists of three 50-storey towers linked by a two-acre sky garden, and will be clearly visible from the top of Singapore Flyer.
Rainforest Discovery
Occupying the entire central atrium of the main Terminal Building, Singapore Flyer’s built-in rainforest is a nature lover's dream come true.
Take a relaxing stroll along the 5 winding access paths after your experience on board Singapore Flyer, and enjoy the quiet serenity inside the rainforest. Tropical trees and shrubs offer cool reprieve from the sultry Singapore heat.
Singapore Flyer - Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort
Providing a respite for weary city dwellers, the rainforest is home to lush vegetation, cascading water displays, streams, and rocky outcrops beneath the Flyer wheel, all of which fuses together naturally to create a calming and picturesque landscape.  
Dining at the Flyer
Singapore Flyer - Dining at the Flyer
Take in the spectacular view while enjoying a delightful selection of local favourites and international cuisine. Satiate your appetite before or after your Singapore Flyer flight with an impressive array of food & beverage outlets. Whatever your preference, Singapore Flyer promises a dining experience to satisfy every taste.
Shopping at the Flyer
Singapore Flyer - Shopping Flyer
From Singapore Flyer mementos to watches and handbags, our retail shops promise a spread of merchandise to put the finishing touches to your Singapore Flyer experience.


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