Tianjin Eye is a 120-meter tall giant Ferris wheel built on the Yongle Bridge over the Hai River in Tianjin, China. It is claimed to be the only such wheel to have been constructed over a bridge. Tianjin Eye is electrically powered and has 48 passenger capsules, each able to carry 8 passengers, and takes 30 minutes to complete a rotation, giving a maximum capacity of 768 passengers per hour. There are various Tianjin accommodation for those who visit this vibrant city, however the Somerset International Building Tianjin is undoubtedly the most luxurious Tianjin Service apartment. Experience the convenience of location, the comfort of services and facilities and the security of a private apartment while living in the Somerset International Building Tianjin. The spacious elegantly and stylish apartments offer privacy, par anomic views of the city and the most modern amenities.
Tianjin Eye has 64 exterior transparent capsules, ideal for 360º sightseeing. It is able to see within a radius of 40 km on the top on a clear day. It is quite refreshing to soar up above the Tianjin buildings .The Tianjin Eye, a giant Ferris wheel on the bank of Haihe River, offers unparalleled sights of the Tianjin City. It is Only 15 meters lower than London Eye. During the daytime the wheel has an almost industrial feel to its stark white steel construction, but by night the perimeter of the ride lights up in a colorful neon display that can be seen all across the city. The reflection of the wheel in the river just serves to make the display doubly impressive.
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