Singapore Flyer – Direction Change

Feng Shui experts say that the Singapore Flyer is turning the wrong way. The Singapore Flyer, which opened earlier this year, had originally revolved so that it rose to face the business district and went down overlooking the sea. According to Feng Shui, this meant it was turning its back on the financial district which is not good for Singapore’s economy.
And the Feng Shui masters managed to convince the management to change the direction of the Singapore Flyer. The cost to rebuild the sensors in the system and resolve other technical implications was not specified except that it was a six-figure sum.
I had the opportunity to board the Singapore Flyer after the unveiling of the LG Scarlet. It was interesting in the beginning because of the Central Business District view. But as the wheel turns to the other side, it became a little bit boring. Perhaps this change of direction is good for the Singapore Flyer.
Ticket priced at $29.50 per ticket for adult, $20.65 for children and $23.60 for senior citizen. I personally thinks that it is rather expensive for a 30 minute ride. I would rather go New Asia Bar where you get a higher view and stay as long as you want.


  1. UFC: No, I don’t think they will increase the price. It’s already quite expensive and not many people want to go already. How to increase price?

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