ION Sky
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Admission
   
Adults S$16.00
Children (4 to 12 years) S$8.00
Senior Citizens (> 55 years) S$12.00
Family Package (2 A & 2 C) S$40.00
   
Open
   
From 10am to 8pm daily, with your choice of the following viewing time slots: a) 10am - 12pm; b) 2pm - 4 pm; c) 4pm - 6pm; and d) 6pm - 8pm.
   
Transportation
   
Orchard MRT Station.

Buses along Orchard Turn: 14E, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 502, 502A, 502B.

Buses along Orchard Road & Orchard Boulevard: 7, 14, 16, 36, 65, 111, 123, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 174, 174E, 175, 518, 518A, 518B.

   
Information
   
ION Sky
inside ION Orchard
2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801.
(Inside ION Orchard, Level 55-56 via Level 4 ION Art.)
Tel: (65) 6835 8750
Website: www.ionsky.com.sg

An indoor viewing gallery located on the top floor of ION Orchard building, the ION Sky, on levels 55 and 56 of The Orchard Residences at 218 metres, it spans two levels that include an observatory, event space, and F&B space and offers an unobstructed view from the highest point on Orchard Road stretching from Singapore's business district against the waterfront, to as far up North as the eye can see, or just watch the clouds go by.

Access to ION Sky via high-speed lifts (45 seconds) from ION Art Gallery at level 4, that is also where the ticketing counter is. Note that there is a limit to the number of tickets sold for each admission time slot.

Surround yourself with views of Singapore, and see the stunning cityscape through fresh eyes via state-of-the-art BEHOLD™ telescopes, the first telescope of its kind in Asia. They guarantee you the best views, rain or shine, in the day or at night. You will even get a glimpse of what Orchard Road used to look like when it was filled with fruit orchards and nutmeg plantations.

This observation deck has been designated as an 'Official Cloudspotting Area' by the Cloud Appreciation Society. You can learn different cloud types such as cumulonimbus, cirrocumulus, altocumulus, stratocumulus, cumulus, and much more.

The ION Sky official opening was on 22nd January 2011.

 

 

There is no tour here but there are storyboard/signs.

 

 

April 2011.

The above is(are) an anaglyph image(s) (3-D photo). You will need to use a cyan and red 3-D glasses to view.