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Singapore Flyer Tickets

Soaring above the city at 165 m above ground, the Singapore Flyer is one of Asia's largest observation wheels. Peruse our collection of Singapore Flyer tickets and opt for standard entry, dining experiences, flight simulation sessions, or combo offers.
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Singapore Flyer Tickets Guide

Launched in 2018, the Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest giant observation wheel. This massive attraction, measuring about 165 m in height, comprises 28 air-conditioned capsules, each that can accommodate up to 28 passengers. 
Soak in the breathtaking view of the city's landscape and spot popular attractions such as Merlion Park, Raffles Place, Jewel Changi, Sentosa, and more. Read on to know about Singapore Flyer tickets, opening hours, tour highlights, and more.

All Your Singapore Flyer Tickets Options

There are two types of Singapore Flyer tickets available: standard SG Flyer tickets and combo tickets. 
The standard tickets include a full ride on the Ferris Wheel of Singapore; guests can also upgrade their experience by opting for an activity of their choice. 
Combo tickets include admission to Singapore Ferris Wheel along with Marina Bay Sands Skypark or Gardens by the Bay, depending on the experience that you select.

Admission Tickets

Combo Tickets

Get direct admission to the Ferris Wheel Singapore Flyer with these tickets. Guests can also choose between an array of activities, be it the Singapore Sling and Captain Explorer Adventure activity, a dining experience, or a flight simulation session.

Recommended Experience

  • Singapore Flyer Tickets with Optional Experiences
    Gain direct admission to the Flyer with these tickets. Catch a 360-degree view of the stunning skyline as you travel 165 meters off the ground in an air-conditioned shared capsule.
  • Singapore Flyer Sling Flight Tickets
    Get to savor the classic Singapore Sling cocktail while enjoying a breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline. You also get to capture the best of the city through the Captain Explorer Adventure, where you’ll get to travel by both land and sea on a Vietnam War vehicle. 
  • Singapore Flyer Premium Sky Dining
    With these tickets, you not only gain direct admission to Singapore time capsules but you also get to indulge in a 4-course fine dining experience from a choice of Western, Oriental, or Vegetarian cruises with an in-flight host. Enjoy FLYER 360+, an interactive exhibit that will give you a visual tour of the city’s history and its famous landmarks. 
  • Flight Experience Singapore Tickets 
    Participate in an immersive flight simulation session by choosing between a Boeing 737 replica for a 60 or 90-minute session, or a virtual reality experience. Get hands-on training on how professional pilots operate, by flying one of the world's most famous jetliners in this authentic simulation.
The combo offer provides admission to not just the Flyer but also to either the Marina Bay Sands Skypark or Gardens by the Bay, depending on the experience that you select. 

Recommended Experiences 

  • Singapore Flyer + Marina Bay Sands Skypark
    Catch a 360-degree view of Singapore's skyline and witness famous landmarks such as Merlion Park, Raffles Place, and more. 
    Next, make your way to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck where you can skip-the-line to get to 200 meters above the ground. Admire the beauty of Gardens by the Bay and the Singapore Flyer while walking along the giant observation deck. 
  • Singapore Flyer + Gardens by the Bay
    Get a 2-in-1 offer where you get to cover both the Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Flyer with these combo tickets. 
    Gain access to Cloud Forest and Flower Dome to discover wide-range floral displays at Gardens By The Bay. After this, soar 165 meters above the ground in the time capsule and spot the city's most popular landmarks. 

Which Singapore Flyer Tickets should you go for?

While you book Singapore Flyer tickets, make sure you choose the right ones for you based on:

If you are on a budget

The most budget-friendly ticket that also offers additional add-ons such as increased duration, transfers, etc., are the Flight Experience Singapore tickets

If you want a premium experience 

Pick the Singapore Flyer Premium Sky Dining which offers express boarding, a 4-course dinner, with private butler service, seated inside a luxurious capsule aboard the Singapore Flyer for the complete exclusive experience. 

If you want to explore Singaporefurther

You can explore more in Singapore by choosing a combo ticket that includes access to top attractions such as Gardens By the Bay, and Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

Singapore Flyer Tickets Offers

Discounted Tickets

Children between the age of 3-12 and senior citizens of Singapore can enjoy discounted Singapore Flyer Tickets. 

Cashbacks and Discounts 

With Headout, you can avail SGD10 OFF with the code GOSNG and an additional cashback of SGD3.25 by signing up. 

Plan Your Visit To Singapore Flyer

Opening Hours

Getting There

Guidelines/Facilities

What are the Singapore Flyer opening hours?
The Singapore Flyer is open from Thursday to Sunday, from 2:00 PM to 09:30 PM; the last admission is at 9:30 PM.
What is the duration of the Singapore Flyer ride?
Each rotation on the Singapore Flyer takes approximately 30 minutes.
What is the best time to go on a Singapore Flyer ride?
Late evenings and early mornings are the best time to visit the Singapore Flyer to experience relatively smaller crowds. Singapore Flyer at night is especially known for its breathtaking views of Sentosa and the city skyline.
When is the Singapore Flyer closed?
The Singapore Flyer is closed every Monday. Additionally, the Flyer goes through regular maintenance for which you will need to call the venue before you go if you want to buy the tickets on the spot.
Do we need to book a time slot for the Singapore Flyer?
Yes, you will need to select your choice of the time slot when you book Singapore Flyer tickets. 
Where is the Singapore Flyer located?
The Singapore Flyer is located at 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803.
How do I get to the Singapore Flyer?
You can reach the Singapore Flyer via Temasek Avenue and Raffles Boulevard. Situated in Marina Bay, it is easily accessible, whether it be traveling through public transport or driving on your own.
Can I take the MRT to get to the Singapore Flyer?
Yes. The closest station is The Promenade Station, an 8-minute walk to Singapore Flyer. Head Downtown Line DT15 / Circle Line, CC4 will bring you here. Take Exit A and look out for blue pedestrian signs to Singapore Flyer.
Can I take the MRT to get to the Singapore Flyer?
Yes. The closest station is The Promenade Station, an 8-minute walk to Singapore Flyer. Head Downtown Line DT15 / Circle Line, CC4 will bring you here. Take Exit A and look out for blue pedestrian signs to Singapore Flyer.
Can I take the bus to get to the Singapore Flyer?
Yes. The nearest bus stop is located opposite Ritz-Carlton (Bus Stop 02171).
Bus numbers 36, 36A, 36B, 70A, 70M, 97, 97e, 106, 111, 133, 162M, 502, 502A, 518, 518A, 700A, 857 travel to the stop.
Is parking available at the Singapore Flyer?
Yes, the Singapore Flyer offers a multi-story car park with 284 lots and 3 handicapped lots, and a special coach bay for 25 tour buses as well. A nominal fee will be required to avail of this facility.
Are washrooms available at the Singapore Flyer?
Guests are advised to use the restroom before boarding their flight. Restrooms are located on Levels 1, 2, and 3 of Singapore Flyer.
Are pregnant women allowed on a Singapore Flyer ride?
Pregnant women are allowed to enter the Singapore Flyer. However, expecting mothers in advanced stages of pregnancy are recommended to have someone accompany them when boarding the Flyer.
Is a storage facility available at Singapore Flyer?
Small bags such as ladies’ handbags, camera bags, and pouches will be allowed in the capsule. However, guests carrying bulky items such as strollers and luggage bags will be asked to leave them at the Flight Entrance for safekeeping before entering the capsule.
Am I allowed to bring food onboard the Singapore Flyer?
No. Food and beverages bought from outside are not permitted within Singapore Flyer’s capsules. The attraction has a Singapore Flyer Dinner experience that provides a luxurious 4-course dinner. 
Is the Singapore Flyer wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the Singapore Flyer has ramps, lifts, and handicapped toilets, making it easy for wheelchair-bound guests to get in, out, and around the Flyer.

What to Expect on a Singapore Flyer Ride?

Before you board the Singapore Flyer, the largest observation wheel in Asia, here are the basics of what you need to know about your experience.

Inside Singapore Flyer

Feel like you're on top of the world and enjoy a bird’s-eye-view of Singapore's skyline by going for a ride on the Singapore Flyer.
Guests get to travel in comfortable air-conditioned time capsules at a speed of 0.24 m per second; there are a total of 28-time capsules and each can carry up to 28 passengers. 
The ride will take you 165 meters above ground and takes approximately 30 minutes to complete each rotation, giving guests ample time to witness the best of the city.

What to expect on a Singapore Flyer ride?

Board the Singapore Flyer and enjoy a 30-minute uninterrupted view of the city from the top. 
Guests will use the “step on platform” to board the time capsule. There are two synchronized doors and two platforms on both sides, making it easier for the elderly and differently-abled guests to get on and off. 
With a 360-degree vision, visitors can now see up to 45 km away; identify some of Singapore’s top attractions including the Singapore River, Merlion Park, Raffles Place, Jewel Changi, Sentosa, and even a glimpse of neighboring countries like Malaysia and Indonesia. 
The attraction also offers an exclusive simulation experience where guests get to be the captain of the flight and take off on a genuine Boeing 737-800 cockpit replica. You can either choose the Boeing 737 replica for 60 or 90 minutes or take a virtual reality experience of the same. 

Singapore Flyer Dinner Experience

Enjoy an hour-long ride (two 30-minute rotations) on the Flyer with the Singapore Flyer Dinner experience. 
As part of your experience, you can indulge in a luxurious dinner meal while the background view of the city's glittering landscape serves as the perfect ambiance. You'll be treated to a 4-course meal that also includes tea, coffee, and dessert, by an inflight host. 
Moreover, your journey includes the Flyer 360+ – an internal audio guide – that will enlighten you with interesting history and trivia about the city and its landmarks. This fine dining experience also includes check-in service.

 Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at the Singapore Flyer

  • Singapore Flyer tickets are now available online. Guests are recommended to pre-book their tickets online to ensure contactless experiences.
  • Social distancing must be followed at all times
  • Masks must be worn throughout your experience 
  • All guests will undergo mandatory temperature checks before they enter the venue 
  • All common areas are being frequently cleaned and sanitized
  • Card payment is preferred over cash at the Singapore Flyer

The View from the Singapore Flyer

Don’t miss out on some of the most popular things to do in Singapore that can be seen from atop the Flyer. Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, Sentosa, and the Jewel Changi Airport will be just a few in your sight.

Gardens By The Bay

Gardens by the Bay is an urban nature park spanning 110 hectares within Marina Bay. The park takes immense pride in hosting a wide range of floral displays from all over the world, making it one of the popular tourist destinations in Singapore. 
It houses the second tallest indoor waterfall within Cloud Forest. Flower Dome, Supertree Grove, and Children’s Garden are some top highlights that cannot be missed when visiting Gardens by the Bay. 

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is another iconic location that you’ll notice once you reach the top of the Singapore Flyer. Opened in 2010, Marina Bay Sands was billed as the world’s most expensive standalone casino property, costing about US$6.88 billion. 
The resort is made of three towers topped by a connecting 340-meter long SkyPark. The popular deck can occupy close to 3,900 people, and also includes an infinity swimming pool that provides a stunning view of Singapore. 

Sentosa

Sentosa Island, popularly known as just Sentosa, is home to an array of popular attractions including Madame Tussauds Singapore, Singapore Cable Car rides, Universal Studios Singapore, Wings of Time, KidZania Singapore, and lots more. 
The island has welcomed close to 18.8 million visitors, making it one of the most-visited destinations by both tourists and residents, suitable for all age groups. 

Jewel Changi Airport

Jewel Changi Airport is a nature-themed entertainment and retail complex situated within Changi Airport, Singapore. The 10-story building covers a total area of 135,700 square meters and features the stunning Rain Vortex – the world's tallest indoor waterfall. 
There are many things to do at Jewel Changi attractions such as explore Canopy Park, experience the innovative Changi Experience Studio, get playful at Manulife Sky Nets, and more activities that are worth trying out.

Singapore Flyer Tickets FAQs

What safety measures are in place for a Singapore Flyer ride?

Singapore Flyer has taken up several steps to ensure safety protocols are maintained all the time. This includes abiding by the social distancing rule, mandatory need to undergo temperature checks, and frequent sanitization of all common areas for public safety.

Are Singapore Flyer tickets available online now?

Yes. You can now book your Singapore Flyer tickets in advance before arriving at the venue.

What are my Singapore Flyer tickets options?

Two ticket types are currently available: standard access Singapore Flyer rides and combo ticket offers.

Are there any discounts available on Singapore Flyer tickets?

Yes, depending on the experience that you select. Most tickets offer a discounted rate for children between the age of 3-12, while those under 3 can enter for free.

What is the time capsule Singapore Flyer Ticket price?

A 30-minute scenic ride in a time capsule on Singapore Flyer costs SGD 33 for an adult, SGD 21 for kids between the age of 3-12, and SGD 24 for Singapore senior citizens.

What are Singapore Flyer opening hours?

The Singapore Flyer is open every Thursday to Sunday, from 2:00 PM to 09:30 PM; the last admission is at 9:30 PM.

How long is a Singapore Flyer ride?

Each rotation on Singapore Flyer takes approximately 30 minutes.

How do I get the Singapore Flyer?

You can reach the Singapore Flyer via Temasek Avenue and Raffles Boulevard. Situated in Marina Bay, Singapore Flyer is easily accessible, whether it be traveling through public transport or driving on your own.

What can I see from the top of my Singapore Flyer ride?

Small bags such as ladies’ handbags, camera bags, and pouches are allowed. However, guests carrying bulky items such as strollers and luggage bags will be asked to leave them at the Flight Entrance before entering the time capsule.

What is the maximum capacity of each Singapore Flyer time capsule?

The Singapore Flyer comprises 28 air-conditioned capsules, each able to accommodate up to 28 passengers.

What provisions can wheelchair-bound guests get via Singapore Flyer tickets?

The Singapore Flyer has ramps, lifts, and handicapped toilets, making it easy for wheelchair-bound guests to get in, out, and around the Flyer. The parking lot is situated next to the list. Guests will have the option to park and take the lift directly to the ticketing counter or boarding area providing a seamless experience throughout.

Are pregnant women allowed into the time capsule?

Pregnant women are allowed to enter the Singapore Flyer. However, expecting mothers in advanced stages of pregnancy are recommended to have someone accompany them when boarding the Flyer.
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