Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Singapore Flyer. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Even though it is just a ride in an air conditioned cabin, the experience is great. Wonderful views, well worth the small price. There is a Food Court on the ground floor that has local foods, does not look good but the food is clean, plenty of it and great tasting.
the most amazing thing to do in Singapore. from someone afraid of heights, I loved this. moving so slowly you barely notice. the views are amazing. Go early to avoid lines. I went 9am and walked straight onto a pod almost to myself. exchange voucher at SINGAPORE TOURISM INFO BOOTH in china town. hard to find by street address but easy if you know its the tourism booth.
Great to do at night. We had a pod to ourselves! The champagne and strawberries were a great way to celebrate a birthday.
We went early morning. No crowds and the view was amazing. We had a pod to ourselves and took great photos.
Wonderful experience. Would recommend that the pick up for the tickets be made very clear. Did not figure out that we needed to go to the China Town area to get the tickets.
Everything about this activity was spot on, timing, staff, afternoon tea, the views, highly recommend
Excellent way to see the highlights of Singapore. Although we were unable to take our Flyer tour on Sunday (due to rain and lightning), the following morning proved perfect. We had brilliant weather on our Monday AM 'flight' and shared our cabin with a nice couple from Australia. With the clear skies, we took many great photos of Singapore. Highly recommended for any tourists visiting the city.
Fantastic views of the city. Definitely worth it for that..
I, unfortunately, was unable to ride this technological tour de force, due to the Grand Prix taking up many
blocks of Singapore streets. Taxis could not reach destinations in a timely manner. Moral of the story is,
unless you must see the Grand Prix, avoid Singapore during Grand Prix time. Singapore is, otherwise, a
great destination in the Orient...one of the world's great cities!