Friday, November 20, 2009

Singapore flyer images, Singapore

Again from Partho’s collection, a few photos of Singapore flyer, the giant wheel. Riding in the Singapore flyer gives excellent view of Singapore city-mainly the sea and the port.
The cubicles (what do we call those drum like structures in which people sit?) were highly spacious so that people could stand and shoot, or even have family dinner. Maximum height is 165 meters (that’s world’s biggest, London eye is the second one with a height of 135 meters) and ticket fare is about 30 Singapore dollars.(There’re multiple schemes and offers to choose from)

More about Singapore flyer on its official website

Photo courtesy Partho, published with permission. Also checkout: Jurong bird park, Malaysia Twin towers * An earlier guest post on Singapore lifestyle *

Note: This post had display issues with the pic. Republished with freshly uploaded pics


Mridula said...

Looks a little like London Eye to me.

Shrinidhi Hande said...

Yes, somewhat similar, but slightly bigger.

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Madhu | said...

Been a long time since i visited - 8 years. Loved the city then. Nice pics

Simulation said...

//The cubicles (what do we call those drum like structures in which people sit?)//

Passenger Capsules

Shrinidhi Hande said...

Thanks for that input Sundar

Nick Matyas said...

Looks so good in the website. It's really helpful. Thanks for your posting.