How many ‘Eye’ do you know from all over the world?
Let me show you some.
The British Airways London Eye is the world’s tallest observation wheel at 135m high. Located on the banks of the River Thames it offers unrivalled views over London.
Tokyo Eye – Odaiba Ferris Wheel
The Odaiba Ferris Wheel is the largest one in the world with a diameter of 100 meters and a height of 115 meters above ground. It is the symbol of the Palette Town. A fantastic panorama from the slowly revolving wheel includes an entire view of Tokyo Tower and a broad view of the Tokyo Metropolitan.
Developers say the wheel will be the tallest observation wheel in the world, and will be larger than the London Eye, which was recently voted the world’s best tourist attraction.
The Singapore Flyer will transform the visual landscape of the surrounding Marina Bay area. In addition to the Singapore Flyer, construction on Asia’s largest business and financial centre has commenced and a world-class Integrated Resort (casino) is due to start operations in 2009. The Marina Barrage (a dam built across Singaporeâ€™s Marina channel) is also due for completion.
As Malaysia celebrates its 50th year of nationhood, we are proud to welcome the world to join the jubilee! An integral part of the Visit Malaysia Year 2007 celebrations, â€œEye on Malaysiaâ€? brings a
new perspective to the dynamic city of Kuala Lumpur.
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