Offering a stunning view almost of the entire city the giant rotating wheel is about 165 metres from ground that is about 42 storeys. If you are looking to get a magnificent view of the skyline of Singapore, the Singapore flyer is where you should be. If the Sky Park at Marina Bay Sands does not give you an adrenaline rush, the Singapore flyer most definitely will!!The Flyer consists of Glass capsules and are completely air conditioned. The entire ride lasts around 30 minutes and gives you a beautiful day and night view of Singapore. When the Capsule reaches the top you will be able to see some of the most remarkable landmarks at the Merlion Park, Empress Place, Raffles Hotel and the Marina Bay Sands. If you look carefully you will be able to see iconic landmarks that are about 40 kms away from the Singapore flyer like the Changi Airport and the Island of Sentosa. If you thought that eating out was only possible in hotels and fine dine restaurants you are sadly mistaken because you can have champagne, cocktails and also enjoy a fine dine experience, thanks to Singapore Flyer’s inflight packages. Dine and Wine in the Clouds, Isn’t it??
Public Buses that can take you to Singapore Flyer are Bus No’s 56, 75, 77, 97, 97E, 171, 195, 960 and 961C.
Singapore has a good network of roads and is very well connected. This makes traveling completely hassle free and convenient. If you are looking forward to visit all of the above places then I recommend you to travel by bus as not only will it save you some money but also time. Check out redbus.sg for quick ticket booking and awesome discounts!!
China Town in Singapore
China Town in Singapore is in complete defiance to the rest of Singapore as the culture here involves getting out on the streets and selling products to people. The moment you enter this lane you will be greeted to fragrant aroma of Chinese cuisine. The people of China Town are proud of their heritage. Some of the remarkable landmarks in China Town are the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Red Dot Design Museum.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple – This is an iconic 4 storeyed temple right in the middle of Chinatown. Just as you enter you will notice the magnificent hall. The drum tower and the bell tower are also located on the same floor. The best part in this temple is the Pagoda on the Roof which is equipped with a large praying wheel.
Sri Mariamman Temple – This is one of the most ancient Hindu temple in Singapore. This temple is widely visited by South Indians in Singapore. This goddess is known to cure people of their illnesses. If you wish to visit this temple ensure that you reach here between 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. Public Buses that can take you to this temple are 33, 64, 123, and 124.