You asked: Is Singapore Flyer scary?

Among the scariest rides of the world there’re not only roller coasters and carousels, which can be compared to modern skyscrapers in terms of height, but also the largest Ferris wheel in the world, Singapore Flyer. Rise to great heights may cause dizziness even among the most courageous people.

Is Singapore Flyer bigger than London Eye?

And yes, we all know that size matters. On the international front, the Southern Star is the world’s third observation wheel but, continuing the mine’s-bigger-than-yours theme, it’s 15 metres shorter than the London Eye and positively dwarfed by the Singapore Flyer, at 165 metres.

How many people visited Singapore Flyer?

One of them was Ms Belinda Young, a 60-year-old accountant, who said she was there because she wanted to support local businesses. She had an entire capsule all to herself. Previously, the Singapore Flyer had 1.3 million visitors annually, of which most were international tourists, said a spokesperson.

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