Time Capsule at Singapore Flyer
Time Capsule at Singapore Flyer opened on 9th December 2020
- Feed your curiosity by making Time Capsule a part of your Singapore Flyer experience.
- Break open a time capsule that reveals Singapore’s rich history and ambitious present.
- Embark on a multisensory journey through animations, striking visuals, and light displays.
- Gain unique perspectives from your personal guide and futuristic time-traveling robot R65.
- Check out immersive exhibits like Island of Myths, River of Time, Teleportal, and more.
- Learn about the country’s personality and local culture in a fun and interactive way.
- Admission to Time Capsule Singapore Flyer
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
what to expect
What is Time Capsule Singapore Flyer?
Time Capsule is the latest attraction at Singapore Flyer to take its visitors on a multi-sensory and interactive journey through the country’s rich history, heritage, culture, and landscape. Guided by R65, a funky time-traveling bot that resembles a red dot, the attraction attempts to showcase a comprehensive narrative from Singapore’s humble beginnings as a fishing village to the buzzing metropolis it is today.
Why visit Time Capsule Singapore Flyer?
Time Capsule sees you through two levels, nine different zones, and 700 years of Singaporean history. With dazzling light displays, holograms, animations, and interactive media, the attraction helps you rediscover Singapore in all its glory. In addition to being a fun history lesson, the attraction appeals to the futuristic eye with its fancy interpretation, stunning digital art, Instagrammable backgrounds, and opening of a quite literal time capsule.
Time Capsule Singapore Flyer: Highlights
The first floor of the attraction will be dedicated to Singapore’s past whereas the second floor will feature present-day Singapore. The following are the attraction’s main highlights:
Island of Myths: This section grants a glimpse of fascinating folktales, myths, and tidbits from Singapore’s history. With atmospheric lighting, tropical plants, and simulated sounds of the jungle, this island is designed to make you feel like you’re in a living fairytale. Don’t miss out on the Shadow Show, a short projection that artfully combines Wayang Kulit (an ancient form of puppet theatre) with modern animation.
Kaleidoscopic Walk: This section features kaleidoscopic panels on the ceiling that celebrate the country’s major cultural influences, the likes of Malay batik prints, Chinese embroidery, Indian paisley, and more. Admire swirling hypnotic patterns that come together in a burst of color.
River of Time: This immersive, wall-to-wall walk-through is dedicated to Singapore’s river and traces the country’s journey from fishing village to world-class trading port. With spiraling azure graphics on walls, ceiling, and floor, this section offers many opportunities to click that perfect Instagram picture!
Teleportal: Both kids and adults can spend time here learning about the country through interactive game playing. Get a better understanding of Singapore’s very nature through bite-sized visuals that paint an everlasting image. This section is characterized by its steampunk vibes, golden gears, and massive digital screens.
Infinity Space: This immersive space is a delight masterpiece screaming of music and visuals. Experience an explosion of lights and color as you check out long mirrors and floor-to-ceiling screens that showcase local landscapes in glittering pixels.
know before you go
- Thur - Sun & public holidays: 3 PM - 10 PM (last admission at 9:15 PM)
- Ticketing counter will open at 2:45 PM
How to Get to Time Capsule Singapore
- Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore Flyer, Singapore 039803
- Get Directions to the Time Capsule Singapore Flyer.
- Bus: 106, 77, 97, 97E
- Metro: Circle Line, Downtown Line
COVID-19 Safety Precautions
- Visits are limited to 8 guests per group.
- High-touch areas are regularly disinfected.
- Face masks are compulsory at all times.
- Temperature screenings at the entrance.
- Maintenance of social distancing and personal hygiene.
How Much Do Time Capsule Singapore Tickets Cost?
SGD 10 for children aged 3 to 12. SGD 15 for adults aged 13 and up, and SGD 10 for citizens of Singapore and senior citizens over 60. Visitors aged 3 and under enjoy free admission.
Things to Do Near Time Capsule Singapore
Get magnificent views of the city from this giant observation wheel. Step into a fully conditioned glass capsule and go for a scenic spin on the Singapore Flyer. Feast your eyes on iconic and historical sights like Marina Bay, Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Padang, and more.
Gardens by the Bay
Spread across 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay comprises three distinct sections and is a sanctuary for budding horticulturists. Check out Flower Dome, Floral Fantasy, Cloud Forest, Supertree Grove, and more.
Feast your eyes on Singapore’s national icon – the mythical Merlion with a head like a lion’s and body like a fish. Symbolizing Singapore’s humble past as a fishing village, this majestic statue stands tall at 8.6 meters and weighs 70 tonnes. Marvel at this piece of art as it sprouts water from its mouth!
Time Capsule Singapore Flyer Tickets: FAQs
Q: Is Time Capsule Singapore open?
A: Time Capsule at Singapore Flyer opened on 9th December 2020.
Q: Where is Time Capsule Singapore located?
A: Time Capsule is located in Singapore Flyer, 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803.
Q: How much do Time Capsule Singapore tickets cost?
A: SGD 10 for children aged 3 to 12. SGD 15 for adults aged 13 and up, and SGD 10 for citizens of Singapore and senior citizens over 60. Visitors aged 3 and under enjoy free admission.
Q: What is Time Capsule Singapore?
A: Time Capsule is a multi-sensory journey through 700 years of Singaporean history. Visitors can learn about the country’s humble beginnings, the hardships faced over time, significant events, and more.
Q: What can visitors expect to see at Time Capsule Singapore?
A: Visitors can expect immersive and interactive exhibits like Island of Myths, River of Time, Infinity Space, Kaleidoscopic Walk, and more such spaces that are dedicated to different aspects of Singapore’s character and history.