December 24, 2008
Cheebye lah! 173 people for six fucking hour stuck in the Singapore Flyer! These people got no SOP to save people one is it? [...]
Now the whole world is laughing at this Singapore icon, even got England newspaper call Guardian say can make disaster movie. Whole world news talk about the six hour break down, like New Zealand (the country where people fuck sheep), England, and Canada (they are in America but Obama is not their President). And even International Harold Tribune (I don't know what country is Harold).
FUCKING LAU KUI MAN!!!!
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Singapore Flyer FAIL. In other news, Rockson is back!"
December 17, 2008
Andrew Mouser said:
In summary, Singapore is a shopping destination and nothing much more. There is really no Singapore history beyond the 1800’s. There really isn’t a Singapore culture. No rain forests. No ancient temples. Heck, because of land reclamation, there really isn’t even a natural beach on the whole island.
While it was nice to go someplace where English is one of the official languages, I really don’t think I will make a return trip to Singapore.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "American tourist chronicles his week in Singapore."
April 20, 2008
Anyway, back to Singapore's Flyer - it has overtaken Star of Nanchang which held the world's biggest for 2 years. And if like the Chinese, round things are good luck, then I hope this as well for Singapore.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Compares Singapore's just launched flyer with other observation wheels."
April 16, 2008
Touted as the largest observation wheel (can I still call it ferris wheel?) in the world at 165m high, the Singapore Flyer is certainly a sight to behold especially if you’re standing underneath it. Today marked the official opening of the Flyer although it has been in operation since Chinese New Year.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "First fireworks from a wheel"
March 14, 2008
Corporations are rushing to offer journalists complimentary tickets to take The Singapore Eye for a spin, but it seems like those who have taken it have complained that it was a boring thirty minutes ride.
Recommended by at82: "I hope this isn't true~ Any reviews from Tomorrow's readers?"
July 12, 2007
This is going to be the largest ferris wheel in the world. Bigger than the London Eye. 165m tall (42 storey building). 7m x 4m airconditioned capsule with capacity of 30 people. 37 min per ride. Better go pee first before you get on this thing.
Recommended by litford: "Very apt pictorial about revealing the construction of the Singapore Flyer. Great story told thru the visuals. Should be appreciated by the rest of Singapore -)"