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Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Hong Kong
(3.2/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Hong Kong’s answer to the London Eye, Hong Kong Observation Wheel gives spectacular views over Victoria Harbour and the whole region, as it stands 60 m (196 ft). The 42 gondolas on the wheel include plush seating and WiFi, and seat eight passengers at a time--making this a family-friendly adventure in the skies. Local shops nearby offer snacks in the plaza so you can fill up before you board the wheel. Make Hong Kong Observation Wheel a centerpiece of your Hong Kong vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Hong Kong itinerary builder.
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  • Great views, we only managed to fit in a day trip on the observation wheel, wished that we had done the night one as well. Must do......... 
  • We had our own pod and went on about 5.30pm which was a good time as it was just starting to get dark. You get 3 rotations and the wheel provides great views across the harbour with some good photo op...  more »
  • After aborting one visit as it started raining and we didn't think there would be much to see at night while raining, we visited again one morning. There was one group in front of us, but pretty much ...  more »
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  • You can get amazing views in a lot of place in Hong Kong, but the Wheel offers a different experience for a reasonable price. I went right in the middle of the Symphony of Lights and there was a very small line (less than 10 minutes). The cabins have Air Conditioned which is wonderful in hot Hong Kong days!
  • The wheel isn't very high therefore you can't really see much as the skyscrapers of Hong Kong are in the way. You should go to the peak if you'd like to see Hong Kong from above! The cabins are air-conditioned and are lit with blue light at night which makes it just a bit more romantic. The ride was rather short. But that's OK! I'd rather walk along the harbour and enjoy the breeze!
  • Nice thing, most of the Hong Kong nd Kwl is visible, they will gve you 3 rounds for 1 ticket which cost 100 hK Dollrs
  • You can finally get on a ferris wheel in Central, but the wheel is not high enough to get a impressive view over Hong Kong. You are just higher than those people in the street. Go to sky100 if you want a great view of Hong Kong. But still a nice attraction.
  • This is a must visit if you happened to visit Hong Kong for the first time. I was there on a 17 hour transit. I got a nice deal of the website and decided to pay a visit. The experience was so overwhelming. The view of the Victoria harbor and the whole of Hong Kong was great. The whole ride lasts for 3 rotations of the wheel. If you want to have a quick bite of something, I would suggest you to got to the nearby shopping center rather than relying of the food carts near the wheel. And the place also offers free WiFi