5 Dec 2014 (Fri) 5 ‑ 11pm (6 hours)
6 Dec 2014 ‑ 30 Aug 2017 (everyday),
30 Nov 2017 ‑ 31 Dec 2018 (everyday) 11am ‑ 11pm (12 hours)
$20 for Adults/$10 for Concessions/Free for Children under 3
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Basic Information
Ticket Prices:
HK$20 for Adults
HK$10 for Concessions (children aged 3-11 years, seniors aged 65+ and visitors with disabilities)
Free for Children under 3
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 11:00pm (Last ride at 10:30pm)

Latest Rides (Summer time promotion only):
 Features hand painted horses
 Tickets HK$25 (fixed price)
Super Giant Slide
 Lighthouse themed super slide
 Tickets HK$30 (fixed price)
These ride tickets can be bought at the onsite box office. Combo packages available as follows

## News: Opened at 5pm, 5 Dec 2014 ## (5/12/2014)
Most major cities have one thing in common: no, not crowded sidewalks and overpriced cocktails—a ferris wheel. From Chicago to Singapore, London to Tokyo, these towering structures are a popular skyline fixture around the world. Hong Kong is set to join the fun, with a ferris wheel slated to open on the Central Harbourfront this September.

How much will a ride on this bad boy cost? Ticket prices will be more expensive than similar observation wheels in Taiwan, Thailand and Japan, with each ride costing $100 for adults and $70 for children.

The giant ferris wheel will be located on the site outside Central Pier 9 and 10. Operators say there will be additional food and beverage outlets and publicly accessible space around the ferris wheel.

The 60-meter-tall ferris wheel will come with 42 carriages, each holding eight to 10 passengers.The operators expect a million visitors a year. (Passage source: hk-magazine)

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15 Apr 2017 8:26am
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23 Nov 2018 7:18am