The Hong Kong Observation Wheel has REOPENED
Once it reopens:
The Observation Wheel and A1A Vitality Park have implemented safety and health precautions as well as social distancing measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19:
- Visitors from the same group will be given a private gondola without sharing the gondola with other visitors. Only 4 passengers per gondola.
- Visitors must wear face masks during the ride.
- All guests are required to undergo a temperature screening procedure prior to boarding the Wheel.
- Social distancing of 1.5 meters will be implemented in queues and within the park.
- There will be increased sanitization and cleaning of gondolas and the rest of the park.
- Here's all the measures being taken at the Observation Wheel.
Please check for the latest Hong Kong Coronavirus measures, guidelines, reopenings, closures.
The Hong Kong Ferris Wheel or Observation Wheel as it is officially named, just a stone-throw away from the Central Star Ferry Pier,
is giving us just another striking venue from which to enjoy wonderful sweeping views of Victoria Harbour.
observation wheel is the city's response to England's London Eye and the Singapore Flyer, which also
provide some of the best panoramic views in their respective cities.
The Hong Kong Observation Wheel is 60 meters high and is easily reached with the MTR Central Station or the Star Ferry.
You can combine this attraction with a
walk along the Central Waterfront Promenade for some of the
most striking views of the harbour and the majestic skyline towering above.
One of the best times to catch a ride is at sunset when the row of skyscrapers are softly lit or at night, when the skylines
on both sides of the harbour come to life in their glittery best. And it would be quite a treat to catch the Symphony of Lights show
during your ride (8:00 pm if you can time it!)
But if you want to avoid the crowds, before 4:00 pm is the best time as it starts getting busier after that.
The wheel's 42 air-conditioned gondolas hold between 8 to 10 passengers. The gondolas are smaller in comparison to the London Eye's or Singapore
Flyer which hold a couple dozen people and unlike the London Eye and Singapore Flyer capsules where you get to walk around, the Hong Kong Ferris Wheel
is for sitting passengers only.
The ride lasts approximately 15 minutes, 15 minutes of unobstructed 360 degree views of one of the world's most iconic skylines and
its stunning harbour.
And while you're here, take advantage of an array of FREE wellness activities, yoga, dance, cross fit classes, kickboxing, etc. at the adjacent AIA Vitality Park or stroll through the many AIA Vitality Stations offering resistance training, stretching stations and water fountains.
And beyond health and fitness, there are many arts, entertainment, heritage and community activities going on, whether it is some dance demo, sport tournament, a special concert or food carnival. And of course, with the many seasonal events there is always something going on, keeping this wonderful harbour front space vibrant and full of life... slides in the summer, lions and dragons for Chinese New Year, etc... Check their FB Page for any events happening during your visit!
Visiting the Hong Kong Observation Wheel
Getting There: The wheel is located in the area between Central Piers 9 and 10. You can't miss the big Ferris Wheel in the waterfront.
It is easily reached with the Star Ferry or the MTR, Central or Hong Kong Stations.
Hours: Daily including holidays from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. (Last ride at 10:30 pm)
HK 100 for adults, HK 70 for children under 12 and students, HK 50 seniors and the disabled. NEW PRICING! HK20 per adult, HK10 for Seniors and Children 3-11, Children under 3 FREE. Book your ticket online to reduce waiting time.
More Info and tickets: Official site of the Hong Kong Observation Wheel.
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