Singapore’s skyline is a product of its rapid modernisation – a beautiful, ever-changing landscape that moves and shifts as the country carves out its future. For the best views of this Asian megacity, head to these key spots.
Marina Bay Sands Skypark
The Singapore Flyer has been celebrated as Asia’s largest observation wheel and an integral part of the Marina Bay skyline. Towering at 165 meters above ground level with 28 glass cabins that make a slow circular revolution, you can enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding Marina Bay and its architectural landmarks, panoramic views of Singapore’s skyline and on a good day, even see parts of neighbouring Malaysia or Indonesia in the distance. Splurge on a ticket that includes a flute of champagne or the iconic Singapore Sling while you take in the view, or enjoy a full fine dining experience while in the air.