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Singapore Flyer in Singapore  

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Overall Evaluation
  
Rank 8# on 71
number of ratings 4
30 Raffles Ave, Singapore
+65 6734 8829

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The Singapore Flyer is presently the highest Ferris wheel in the world reaching 42 stories high and having a height of 165 meters. Situated in Singapore, it comprises of a 150 meter diameter wheel and is built over a three story terminal building. Constructed from 2005 to 2008, the Singapore Flyer has 28 air conditioned capsules which can hold 28 passengers having 37 minutes of a complete rotation time.

Website:             http://www.singaporeflyer.com/

Address:              30 Raffles Avenue, #01-07, Singapore 039803

Telephone:        +65.6734.8829

Fax:                        +65.6339.9167

Opening hours: Daily 0830 – 2230 hours

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Singapore Flyer is known to the largest Giant Observation Wheel in the world and at a height of 165 meters, it is also one of the biggest tourist attractions of Asia. There are fixed capsules of a size of a... more bus, which is capable of holding 784 passengers. Each of the capsules has a capacity of holding 28 persons and each revolution takes 30 minutes. Conceived and designed exclusively by Dr. Kisho Kurokawa, DP Architects of Singapore, this site was launched in 2008. Whilst here, one can get a panoramic view of the Marina Bay skyline, along with a glimpse of Indonesia and Malaysia. Website:           http://www.singaporeflyer.com/ Address:   30 Raffles Avenue, #01-07, Singapore 039803 Telephone: 65.6734.8829 Fax:           65.6339.9167 Opening hours: Daily 0830 – 2230 hours
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