While the tour of the Singapore city is exciting, a ride in the giant observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer, would be truly exhilarating, and this is what the tour offers.
Visit Singapore' Singapore City Tour with Flyer offers you varied shades of this beautiful city. While the Singapore skyline would undoubtedly mesmerize you, the scenic attractions of the place would compel you to grab your camera and click some amazing pictures. The Merlion Park is one of the highlights of this tour package where you would get to see the iconic Merlion stature. Orchard Road, Suntec City, Little India and Chinatown are few of the other attractions that you would get to enjoy during this Singapore tour.
The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel which you would be able to see from the Merlion Park. However, apart from viewing this observation wheel, you also get to ride on it. The flyer has 28 climate-controlled capsules and each capsule has 28 seats. The flyer takes you at the height of 160 meters from where you get an aerial view of the entire city. Apart from the city-state of Singapore, you may also catch a glimpse of the neighbouring countries of Malaysia and Indonesia. Do not miss this opportunity as it gives a great view of the entire city.
I have fallen in love with Singapore. Everything here is so well maintained and clean that one doesn't feel like leaving it. Thanks to visitsingapore.in for the amazing package of Singapore City Tour with Flyer that I can boast about seen something worth in my life. The Merlion Park is full of energy. The place is buzzing with lots of activity. People are busy taking snaps in different poses. The Suntec City is very futuristic that transformed me to a different era. But Little India and Chinatown are something that are grounded to their roots. The last phase of the tour was the Singapore Flyer ride that offered an unobstructed view of the Singapore's skyline. The Flyer showed what's the difference between an aerial and the grounded view.
I loved the Singapore Flyer ride since the package didn't make me wait in the queue. The rest other attractions were just fine.