Delhi Eye : India’s Highest and World Fifth Largest Ferries Wheel
Constructed on the marks of London Eye and Singapore Flyer, “Delhi Eye” is the highest ferries-wheel ride or one of the India capital’s (Delhi) famous tourist attraction has been finally opened up for public on October 2014 after a huge legal controversy.
General Information About Delhi Eye
Delhi Eye wheel ride which is constructed by the similar Vekoma Rides, a Dutch company that has established Singapore Flyer or 20 alike wheel rides of different heights on all over the world has finished its creation a couple of years ago or undeniably huge Delhi Eye wheel being completed since 2010, but it had involved into controversy earlier its inauguration because of some legal concerns that are rising due to its closeness about 300-metre strip on either side of the Yamuna river where personal or independent and commercial creation has been prohibited or banned.
But, “Syed Salim”, Managing Director of Izara Entertainment Pvt. Ltd, the company that promotes or run the wheel said: “All unsatisfied consents have been cleared now, and from present, it’s start and will operate on all seven days of the week”.
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Facts or Mesmerizing Points about Delhi Eye
Delhi Eye called “Huge wheel ride” is 45 meters (148 ft.) high and as tall as a 15-storey building is located in Kalindi Kunj (amusement park) in Okhla has rotates at a speed of 3 kilometres per hour, which is about 4 meters per second finish 3 full rounds in 20 minutes no doubt spell bind visitors through its wonderful picture of an ideal or historic monuments like Qutub Minar, Red Fort to Akshardham Temple, Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb and also with a bird’s eye view of Connaught Place, Noida, Faridabad and neighboring areas. This wheel ride has 36 air-conditioned cabins with a separate or specific limit of seven to eight persons, so all together; this wheel can take 288 people at one ride. Here cabins are centrally air conditioned and LCD screens are equipped on them so this makes the looking no less than a leisure or a great pleasure itself.
The amusement park which is extent over 3.61 acres has an inspiring or exhilarating range of rides for fan follower or admirer. Aside or separate from huge Delhi Eye, other rides that enthrall visitors are Parachute Tower, Ranger, Striking Cars and Frizbee and no doubt its big water park, family rides, 12 slides, each of different height, 6D cinema, and enthusiastic kid’s zone offers a good or decent experience and will surely make an impact of entertainment in everyone’s life.
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Safety or Precaution Measure
Delhi Eye wheel ride which has been created by a European company has internationally certified and undeniably established all safety equipment. Its power backup together with a hand-operated brake system makes it safe and reliable and no doubt its operating system that allows any passenger to press the “help” button if he feels threatened at any point of time.
The Cost of ride for a normal person is Rs.250 per head and Rs. 150 per head for senior citizens or if you would like to sit in VIP cabin then you have to pay Rs.500 per head.
For Personal Information:
Open Timing: Daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Address: Kalindi Kunj Road, Abdul Fazal, Delhi.
Contact Number: + (91)-11-64659291.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: http://delhirides.in
So what are you waiting, go around on the high Delhi Eye wheel for more of a pleasure or fun ride and as well as take an astonishing glimpse of classic or historic monument of the city. If would you really like to explore more attractions of India’s capital then browse also these Top attractions and check out Delhi Tour Packages at www.travelogyindia.com for an enduring journey.
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