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  1. Singapore Flyer. /  1.2893972°N 103.8632306°E  / 1.2893972; 103.8632306. The Singapore Flyer is a 165-metre tall giant ferris wheel at Downtown Core, Singapore which was officially opened on 15 April 2008, with construction having taken about 2½ years.

    • Early history

      The Singapore Flyer was first conceived in the early 2000s...

    • Construction

      The groundbreaking ceremony was held on 27 September 2005,...

    • Opening

      The Flyer opened in 2008. During Chinese New Year, corporate...

  2. View of the Singapore river from inside the capsule of the Singapore Flyer The Singapore Flyer is the tallest ferris wheel in the world. [1] It is next to The Float@Marina Bay.

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  4. Nederlands: De Singapore Flyer is het grootste reuzenrad ter wereld en staat in Singapore. Het is 165 meter hoog en heeft 28 cabines ter grootte van een stadsbus. Het is 165 meter hoog en heeft 28 cabines ter grootte van een stadsbus.

  5. Singapore Flyer. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English: Singapore Flyer. See also: Category:Singapore Flyer. Frontal view of the boarding and alighting platform. Yakult Rainforest Discovery Garden. Pillar base.

  6. A Singapore Flyer 165 méteres magasságával 2008-2014-ig a világ legmagasabb óriáskereke volt. [1] 2014-ben a las vegasi High Roller 2,7 méterrel meghaladva átvette tőle ezt a címet. [3] A világ harmadik legnagyobb - működtetői szerint kilátó [1] típusú kerék - mindössze öt méterrel haladja meg a kínai Nancsang csillaga ...

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    Singapore (/ ˈ s ɪ ŋ (ɡ) ə p ɔːr / ()), officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign island city-state in maritime Southeast Asia.It lies about one degree of latitude (137 kilometres or 85 miles) north of the equator, off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, bordering the Straits of Malacca to the west, the Riau Islands to the south, and the South China Sea to the east.

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