Ferris wheel of happiness, where happiness kisses the sky at any time. When life is like a Ferris wheel, where happiness kisses the stars at any time, where thrills can still embrace you. As if in the game, forget the importance. " Chen Yixun's "Ferris Wheel of Happiness" sings the beauty of Ferris Wheel and the ups and downs of life. The sky and the earth are old, hanging around the Ferris wheel, watching the world flow from high places. Now, the Ferris wheel in the central seaside of Hong Kong has attracted many local people and tourists after the price reduction. More couples take wedding photos in front of the Ferris wheel, leaving a happy witness. If you're lucky, you'll encounter TVB to shoot next to the Central Terminal 9. In the evening, the Ferris Wheel has been crowded, and it takes at least 15 minutes to get on the train smoothly. As a new landmark of Victoria Harbour, the Central Ferris Wheel is like London's "London Eye", breaking through the romance of the sky and gazing at the flow of the world from high places. The Ferris wheel lights up purple and blue lights at night, unexpectedly contrasting with the high-rise buildings behind it, weaving the most tender and affectionate picture in the night sky of Victoria Harbor with a circle. Compared with the giant Ferris Wheels of other cities, the Central Ferris Wheel is as delicate and compact as the city of Hong Kong. It's only 60 meters high, the Ferris wheel is the highest, about 20 stories away from the ground. The Ferris wheel on the two sides of Victoria Harbour does not bring fresh feeling. It's a bit general, and it's too small compared with London's "London Eye" Ferris wheel. But if you have a girlfriend, it's still worth it, how much money it doesn't matter. Are you right? The HK$100 per person has fallen sharply. Now HK$20 per person, the elderly will enjoy a discount. Children under the age of three will be able to ride free of charge and pack the whole carriage for HK$160. The "scenic spot traffic" is located on the Central Coastal Corridor in Hong Kong. Visitors can walk for 10 minutes from the Central Wharf to the Ferris Wheel (with road signs) via the covered footbridge or the Bus Terminus of the Trading Square and the nearby MTR Central Station A. Ferris wheel rides are available between 11 am and 11 pm for about 15-20 minutes each journey and about three turns. The Ferry Wheel in Central can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Victoria Harbour along the waterfront promenade of Central Wharf after the Ferry Wheel comes out. Or it can visit the old Legislative Council Building (present Court of Final Appeal) near Queen's Square in Central via IFC through a pedestrian overpass, and it can also walk farther to the middle of the old Legislative Council Building (present Court of Final Appeal), which is connected by Bank of China Building, Yangtze River Building and HSBC Bank. Tour the oldest Hong Kong around the Upper Rim and Half Mountain; Tour recommendations are for reference only. The Hong Kong Ferris Wheel is located on the Central Coastal Corridor with 42 carriages, each of which can carry 8 passengers for 15 to 20 minutes. The car is equipped with thermostat and Wi-Fi network, so that you can brush the circle of friends in the process of playing. Ferris wheel on the night scenery is better than in the daytime, but there are not many food restaurants nearby. It is recommended that you go after a good meal, and you can also take the Ferris wheel at night.
On December 20, 2017, AIA reopened. AIA Company was named after AIA and implemented a discount fare of HK$20 for three years. You can sit four laps, about 20 minutes. Stay at every high point for people to take pictures. Usually there are few people to sit on, so you can buy tickets on the spot. Personally, I think it's best to see Victoria Harbour and Mid-mountain and Central Nightscape in the evening. Next to it is AIA's Carnival Park. Tickets are not expensive. Of course, the Ferris wheel is still the most cost-effective. If you encounter a big festival like the Spring Festival, you can book tickets on Ferris Wheel's official website. You can specify a time period and the fare is HK$21.2.
At 11:00 a.m., when the Ferris wheel opened, tourists began to queue up one after another. Tickets in Hong Kong are so cheap, 20 yuan for adults, 10 yuan for children aged 3-11, free for children under 3 years old, 10 yuan for elderly people over 65, 160 yuan for boxes, 8 people in one box, and they can also sit in boxes at will if they don't want to sit with people they don't know, so the price is much cheaper than before. After going up and going around three times, you can see the scenery of Victoria Harbour, beside which there is a carnival. It's raining in Hong Kong today. It's cloudy and foggy. But there are many people who come to ride the Ferris Wheel. Maybe there will be more people in good weather or at night. At night, we can see the night scenery of Victoria Harbour.
We first went to the top of Taiping Mountain, traveling back and forth by cable car, and then there was a bus opposite the exit. We could go to Tsim Sha Tsui by Star Ferry wheels directly to Central Wharf. When the bus arrived, we saw the Ferris Wheel. It was also beautiful in the daytime.
Ferris wheel is situated near the Central Wharf. Today, we have a special look at it because it can overlook the whole Victoria Harbour. Today, it is the International Electric Formula Racing Race. All around the Ferris wheel is blocked into a track. It does not occupy a long view of Victoria Harbour, but comes to the scene of the racing car to feel the shock of speed and sound effect.
It is said that the Ferris wheel is sponsored now, so the price has been reduced to HK$20. This time, we come here to take a seat. In fact, the Ferris wheel will be more convenient. It will take about 10 minutes for the Metro Central Station to come over. The night before our long Dragon Boat Festival holiday, we had to queue up for tickets and rides. About ten minutes, 20 HK dollars had three laps and eight people in a car. It was worthwhile to stop in the middle.
Sitting on the Star Ferry, I crossed Victoria Harbour from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island, Central Wharf, Ferris Wheel, General Post Office, I was so familiar with it. I happened to catch up with Lao Ye Station, just in the Post Office Square, and visit it by the way!
The Central Ferris Wheel is absolutely a landmark building in Hong Kong. A 60-metre-high Ferris Wheel is located on the side of the Central Coastal Corridor. It takes about 10 minutes to walk through the Central Metro Station. Almost all Hong Kong operas can see it. Ferris wheel here appreciates Victoria's day and night from a brand new perspective, so it is also imagined as the eye of Hong Kong. The surrounding environment is very good, not only for couples to date, even if a person walks alone, will not feel lonely.