THE SINGAPORE Flyer s High Tea flights, which were introduced in May, will undergo some tweaks in the next few months, having proven to be a potential hit for both MICE and leisure visitors.
â€śSince its launch in May this year, we have welcomed more than 700 (leisure and MICE) guests aboard. This has been particularly encouraging, and we are now in the midst of enhancing the high tea in the sky experience with different menus, a new in-capsule ambience, aesthetic enhancements and more,â€ť said Angela Lam, the director of sales for the Singapore Flyer.
Lam said the changes were spurred by a realisation that customers are constantly looking for new and interesting, everything-under-one-roof meeting venues and experiences. â€śWe want to encourage MICE organisers who hold events at our venues to combine their experience with a High Tea flight in the sky to break the monotony of a traditional tea break session in a conventional room setting,â€ť she said.
The attraction will continue to pitch the High Tea packages to tour operators and DMCs through above-the-line channels.
Currently, organisers who desire a more exclusive networking and meeting session can opt for the High Tea Private Capsule, which can comfortably host up to 16 persons at $888nett (US$722) per capsule.