Singapore Flyer resumes operations from Apr 15
Visits to the attraction are now capped at 10 fully vaccinated persons per group.
Singaporeans and tourists alike can take flight above our city skyline once again, as the Singapore Flyer resumed business last Friday (Apr 15).
The attraction closed back in January due to a technical issue that was found during a routine maintenance inspection.
Before resuming operations, all safety checks and tests were completed and cleared by the Building and Construction Authority, the attraction’s operator Straco Leisure said in a statement last Thursday (Apr 14).
According to the attraction’s website, those with existing bookings made before Apr 15 can re-book a visiting date.
As for existing ticket holders who purchased using SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, the ticket validity is extended for four months and will have to be used by Aug 14.
In accordance with the recent relaxed safe management measures, visits to the Singapore Flyer are now capped at 10 fully vaccinated persons per group.
The limit also applies to the Singapore Flyer Sky Dining and the food and beverage establishments housed in the attraction building. For mask-off settings, a 1m social distance needs to be maintained.
The Singapore Flyer is open from 3pm to 10pm on Thursdays to Sundays and public holidays. Guests will need to pre-book their visits online.