Hong Kong observation wheel
POMA produced the 45 cabins for the Hong Kong observation wheel in China. The observation wheel offers spectacular views over the bay and megacity centre, both during the day and at night.
The Hong Kong observation wheel overlooks the bay, opposite Kowloon Island. At a height of 60 metres, it is equipped with 42 air-conditioned cabins that can comfortably carry 8 passengers, including a VIP cabin. The experience lasts 20 minutes and treats its passengers to stunning panoramic 360° views of the city and its emblematic skyscrapers.
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The wheel has 42 air-conditioned cabins, including one VIP cabin, which accommodate up to 8 people and are equipped with wifi to allow passengers to share their stunning photos of Hong Kong Bay instantly!
As well as being air-conditioned and equipped with wifi, the VIP cabin offers a number of premium comfort options including leather seats (armchairs and bench seats) and a glass floor for an even more breathtaking experience.
Hong Kong observation wheel in pictures
POMA special projects
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United Arab Emirates – Dubai – 2020
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England – Brighton – 2016
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Shenzhen Observation Wheel
China – Shenzhen – 2020
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United States – Miami – 2016
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Egypt – Cairo – 2012
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Liaison Blanc Blanc
France – Grenoble – 2010
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England – London – 2000
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The High Roller
United states – Las Vegas – 2014
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