Ushering in the Year of the Dragon at Singapore Flyer

A butler in the capsule going through the itinerary for the Singapore Flyer Lou Hei
A butler in the capsule going through the itinerary for the Singapore Flyer Lou Hei

Thanks to the folks from Singapore Flyer, I got to experience their in-capsule Canapés “Lou Hei” Flight to usher in the year of the Dragon. Each flight can accommodates up to 24 guests and comes with a personalised butler service. More information on the package is available via the Singapore Flyer website.

The Yu Sheng is laid out earlier as time is precious in the capsule
The Yu Sheng is laid out earlier as time is precious in the capsule
Getting ready to Lou Hei as we reached the highest point of the Singapore Flyer
Getting ready to Lou Hei as we reached the highest point of the Singapore Flyer
Reaching the highest point of the Singapore Flyer
Reaching the highest point of the Singapore Flyer
Huat ah!
Huat ah!
My toss to good fortune in 2012
My toss to good fortune in 2012
Enjoying the Yu Sheng
Enjoying the Yu Sheng
View of Marina Bay Sands
View of Marina Bay Sands
Canape items
Canape items
Small dessert items
Small dessert items
Giant gong to throw coins at for the Auspicious Trail
Giant gong to throw coins at for the Auspicious Trail (coins will be collected and donated to charity)
Chinese calligraphy is available at the Singapore Food Trail
Chinese calligraphy is available at the Singapore Food Trail
Tang Yuan to round up the day
Tang Yuan to round up the day

There’s a special Chinese New Year promotion now; simply purchase a full-priced adult flight ticket and receive*:

– 1 x Singapore Flight to embark on the Signature Auspicious Trail journey
– Free limited edition red packets
– Free 1-for-1 voucher for a return visit in March 2012
– Get a chance to win $888 cash for every $150 spent at Singapore Flyer (including flights and participating tenants)

* Offer is valid for walk-ins at the ticketing counters from 09 January to 6 February 2012 on Saturday and Sunday only. Other terms and conditions apply.

Other than the flyer itself, there are a slew of different activities lined-up, ranging from their Signature Auspicious Trail to a God of Fortune Goodie Bag Giveaways to a Chinese traditional wedding culture exhibition.

Planning for something to do together with your friends or family members for this Chinese New Year period? Perhaps you can consider ushering in the year of the Dragon with good luck, prosperity and fortune at Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel. 🙂

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