London Eye

London Eye is a must experience.



the iconic London eye with part of its supporting struts housed in a glass and mesh 'box'. 
At the base is a dedication to Peter Korevaar (16th May 1941 - 8th February 2003), the 
technical director and senior site engineer during the design, construction and 
erection of the London eye


a tribute to Peter Korevaar






We were getting ready to board the London Eye..


Boarded..


The EDF Energy London Eye (commonly the London Eye, or Millennium Wheel, formerly the Merlin Entertainments London Eye and before that, the British Airways London Eye) is a giant 135-metre (443 ft) tall Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames, in London, England. Since 20 January 2011, it has been officially known as the EDF Energy London Eye following a three-year sponsorship deal.

Comments

  1. Too bad ours discontinued :-(

    There should be one in Malaysia permanently & not on lease

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  2. Wah many change of hands formerly Eye this and eye that well no eye see hahaha. View from up there would be breathtaking.

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  3. i just watched it afar from the other bank~~ :(

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  4. just when i wanted to see the eye of malaysia over in KL, they closed it down.

    And you get to see the original London one! Sweet!

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  5. wah, i never knew the actual vessel look like a spaceship o_O

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  6. No, thank you... I think the older I get, the more scared I become of heights. Did you go up the Malaysian one? Is it still in Malacca?

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  7. I didn't get up the one in Tmn Titiwangsa as it didn't look awesome at all. I doubt the one in Melaka is still working.

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  8. It's similar to our Singapore flyer, Malaysia have one too isn't it?have you been on it?

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  9. I have yet to try the Singapore one.

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  10. I hv heard so much of it, wish I can give it a ride one day!^^

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