Hong Kong Observation Wheel

Hong Kong

In the perpetually under-construction waterfront area near Central Piers, this 60m enclosed Ferris wheel is hardly the highest spot in Hong Kong, but is still fun for a cheerful spin, with views over the water and Kowloon.

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