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The Singapore Flyer

Singapore is a dominant player of tourism in the South East Asian region. As a key transportation hub to most parts of the world, this nation diversifies and redefines ways and means of entertainment on a regular basis. Shopping, dining and nightlife available here are among the best in the world, and the people among the friendliest.

A quick, easy and insightful perspective of Singapore can be gained by a journey on the Singapore Flyer, said to be among the world’s largest observation wheels. There are 28 capsules attached to this giant wheel, each holding up to 28 people, while an entire revolution takes a span of 30 minutes.

The views during the day and even at night are truly spectacular. Visitors who make the journey during the day will enjoy breathtaking views of the city, Marina Bay, Raffles Place, Singapore River, Merlion Park, Padang and neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia. Those who visit this popular tourist attraction of Singapore at night will be mesmerised by the sparkling cityscape.

Standing at a height of 165 metres, the Singapore Flyer was built at a cost of S$ 240 million. Providing an overall experience, a popular seafood restaurant called Seafood Paradise @ Flyer serves local delights such as Chilli Crab, Drunken Prawns and Cereal Prawns. Other restaurants are also available that cater to the gourmet enthusiasts.

Also in the Singapore Flyer is the Flight Experience attraction where visitors can experience the thrill of flying a commercial plane in a simulator. Those yearning for a unique spa treatment will be delighted with the Fish Foot Spa on level 2. Garra fish imported from Turkey will nibble away gently at the dead skin on your feet, and give one a pedicure that is memorable!

Delve into Singapore and discover a whole new world of entertainment for the whole family. Citadines Mount Sophia Singaporeoffers one of the best accommodation options for the traveller in search of a spacious, comfortable and elegant serviced apartment in Singapore.