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  • As new developments are coming up in that area, there will be more interesting things to view from atop the Singapore Flyer such as the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort and the very first Formula One Night Race
  • I would definitely want to go up on the Singapore Flyer again to view the new developments once they are done

    • by Sydney Hazelton
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      One of the latest tourist and local attraction in Singapore has got to be the Singapore Flyer. It is Singapore’s very own London Eye and is the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel. My family and I went on the Singapore Flyer recently when we got free tickets from a relative.

      We had to wait awhile before it was our turn to board the Singapore Flyer. So we had a chance to look around the place. There are restaurants with local and international cuisine and a Rainforest


      Discovery place for our daughter to explore. When it was our turn, we were so excited.

      Sitting at a height of 165 metres, the Singapore Flyer has 28 capsules which can accommodate 28 people each, making a total of 784 passengers at any one time. It takes about 30 minutes to make one big turn. The wheel turns at a speed of 0.21 metres per second and we had to board the capsule as the wheel moved along. So you have got to be fast!

      The view ...


      • on the Singapore Flyer is breathtaking. We could see Singapore cityscape surrounding the wheel. Some prominent buildings and landmarks we saw included the Esplanade, the Singapore River, the Floating Stadium and many more. As the sky was clear that day, we could even see our neighbouring countries like Malaysia and Indonesia in the horizon. It was amazing! We took so many photos to commemorate the trip.

        As new developments are coming up in that area, there will be more interesting things to view from atop

        the Singapore Flyer such as the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort and the very first Formula One Night Race. It would be superb to watch the F1 Night Race from a bird’s eye view. Recently, I read in the papers that some people watched fireworks during the celebration of our National Day (Independence Day). I would definitely want to go up on the Singapore Flyer again to view the new developments once they are done. A great way to soak in the Singapore atmosphere on the Singapore Flyer!




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