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The Singapore Flyer is a monster perception wheel at Downtown Core, Singapore. It opened in 2008, with development having taken about 2½ years.It conveyed its initially paying travelers on 11 February, had a delicate opening to the general population on 1 March, and was then authoritatively opened on 15 April. It has 28 cooled containers, each ready to oblige 28 travelers, and consolidates a three-story terminal structure.
The Flyer has a general stature of 165 meters (541 ft) and was the world's tallest Ferris wheel until the 167.6 m (550 ft) High Roller, which is 2.6 m (9 ft) taller than the Flyer, opened on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, US, on 31 March 2014.
Airborne viewpoint of the Singapore Flyer during the Chingay Festival arrangements. Shot February 2018
The improvement has a gross structure territory of around 16,000 m2 (172,000 sq ft), based on a 33,700 m2 (362,700 sq ft) site along the Marina Promenade. Structured by Arup and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries with a limit of up to 7.3 million travelers per year, the ordinarily consistent turn of the wheel implies that a total outing keeps going around 32 minutes.
Every one of the 28 cooled containers can convey 28 travelers
Marina Bay, one of the numerous perspectives from the Flyer's containers
The site incorporates a tropical rain forest garden
The Flyer's 28 cooled cases are mounted detachable of the edge of the wheel structure, giving consistently unhindered perspectives. Each case has a story zone of 26 m2 (280 sq ft) and is equipped for holding 28 travelers, or up to five wheelchairs and 15 different guests when booked ahead of time for use by incapacitated visitors.
The wheel at first turned in a counter-clockwise heading when seen from Marina Center, yet on 4 August 2008 this was switched on the exhortation of Feng shui aces.
Wheelchair inclines and lifts, incapacitated toilets, and a committed parking area for the debilitated are additionally given.
The historic function was hung on 27 September 2005, with Mah Bow Tan, at that point Minister for National Development, as visitor of respect. The axle was fitted on 13 December 2006, and the external edge was finished on 9 April 2007. Establishment of the traveler cases started on 3 August 2007 and was finished on 2 October 2007.
The Flyer opened in 2008. During Chinese New Year, corporate 'debut flights' were held from 11 to 13 February, and tickets for which sold out for S$8,888, a promising number in Chinese culture. The main open rides were on Valentine's Day, 14 February, the delicate dispatch on 1 March, and the official opening on 15 April, at which Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was the visitor of respect.
Singapore Flyer is Asia's Largest Giant Observation Wheel. Remaining at a dazzling 165m from the beginning, Flyer offers you stunning, all encompassing perspectives on the Marina Bay and past. There's likewise a scope of shops, eateries and offices.
Opening times: 8.30am – 10.30pm (Last affirmation at 10.15pm)
Ticketing counter works from 8am to 10pm
(13 years or more seasoned) S$33
Child* (3-12 years old)S$21
60 years of age or more (Only Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are qualified to buy.) S$24
* For Senior tickets, visitors will be required to show their NRIC for age check.
* Children beneath the age of 3 are permitted to ride for nothing.
All Singapore Flyer flight tickets ought to be acquired at our ticketing counters. Visitors with tickets obtained from unapproved retailers will be denied section to Singapore Flyer.
Change in operating hours during Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix
Please note that Singapore Flyer will be closed to general public on 20, 21 and 22 September 2019. During this period, Singapore Flyer is exclusively open to Singapore Grand Prix pass holders with access to Zone 2.
Singapore Flight tickets can be purchased at our Ticketing Counter, which operates from 3.00pm to 11.30pm on these dates.