Thursday, November 19, 2009

Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is said to be the eye into the past, present and future of Singapore. It offers a 165 metres ride up in the sky and a breathtaking 360-degree views of the cityscape in a 30-minute flight.

Even the hallway entrance to the Flyer looks like an airport.

It's like a ferris wheel in a theme park, only this one is titanic. It is said to be the largest observation wheel in the world. The spectacular monument is capable of holding up to 784 passengers.

It has fixed capsules, each the size of a bus, and its revolution takes approximately 30 minutes.

Each capsule is able to hold up to 28 person capacity. Our group was less than that numbers, so we had so much room to move around.

The present SG..

The future SG..

The past SG? oh, I'm sorry..I was busy looking forward to the future that I had passed by the past without photos :> anyway, I have them up-close in my other posts here.

One thing is sure, it was amazing being up there..:))

Admission : adult- $29.50, child-$20.65

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