Sticking around the skyscrapers, Singapore Flyer is no ordinary. Instead, this is a perfect place to get the panoramic view of the city.
The Ferris wheel is one of the world's largest observation wheel that takes you 165 metres high in the sky.
Most importantly, the world-renowned architect Dr. Kisho Kurokawa from Japan and Singaporean architectural firm DP Architects designed it around Feng- Shui.
Feng translates to ‘wind’ and shui means ‘water. In the Chinese culture, wind and water are associated with good health, which leads to good fortune.
Step into one of the 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules each fitting 28 people, and be transported to 30 minutes journey of the most spectacular scenes of the nature and man.
From your capsule on top of the world, don't miss out on the iconic and historical landmarks and views from Marina Bay to the Singapore River such as Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang.
If lucky enough, you can view spots about 45 kms away, like Changi Airport, Sentosa Island, and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia.
Interesting facts about the Singapore Flyer
The diameter of the Singapore Flyer is 150 metres - about the length of 87 average height Singaporean men lying down head to toe.
The Singapore Flyer is as high as 42 storey building.
Even though you climb closer to the sun, the Singapore Flyer has been designed to protect you against higher levels of UV sunrays.