Thursday, March 01, 2007

The Spectacular of "Eye on Malaysia"

See Kuala Lumpur as never before…!

As Malaysia celebrates its 50th year of nationhood, we are proud to welcome the world to join the jubilee! An integral part of the Visit Malaysia Year 2007 celebrations, “Eye on Malaysia” brings a
new perspective to the dynamic city of Kuala Lumpur.

Soaring to giddy heights 60 metres above the tropical waters of Lake Titiwangsa,
“Eye on Malaysia” is the largest portable wheel in the world, and the first overhanging a lake.

The “Eye on Malaysia” provides stunning views across Lake Titiwangsa, all the way to the world renowned Petronas Towers and KL Tower.

This astounding viewing wheel consists of 42 fully air-conditioned gondolas, 39 of which have the capacity to carry a cosy eight passengers per 12-minute ride.

An exclusive VIP gondola has also been outfitted to include plush leather seats fit for a king, a mini fridge, a DVD player, a plasma TV and a mobile telephone. There are also two specially designed gondolas, fitted with unique features making it friendly to our wheelchair-bound and handicapped visitors that join us.

Come to the shores of Lake Titiwangsa as it plays host to a rich tableau of entertainment, designed to enchant visitors and enthrall locals alike. Highlights of the International WaterSky Spectacular include the unique Eye On Malaysia viewing wheel, imaginative images on screens of water, mesmerizing laser beam sequences, awesome pyrotechnics, choreographed water ski performances, breathtaking wave rider stunts and the captivating Malaysia 'Postcards' display. Throughout 2007, a series of other international special events are planned to premiere within Kuala Lumpur's new entertainment precinct at Lake Titiwangsa. Launched in glittering style on Saturday 6 January, the International WaterSky Spectacular runs every day through 2007 with shows commencing at 9.00pm.

Soaring to a giddy apogee 60 metres above the tropical waters of Lake Titiwangsa, the Eye On Malaysia brings a new perspective to this dynamic city. As the highest transportable viewing wheel in the world, the panoramas over verdant parks and Kuala Lumpur's major icons captivate both visitors to Malaysia and local residents. The Eye On Malaysia has 42 fully enclosed, air-conditioned capsules, each holding up to eight guests. The 12-minute ride is an unforgettable experience. Given the success of other wheels around the world, such as the London Eye, this day and night experience is seeing the Eye On Malaysia included in the majority of tourist itineraries. Operating hours are 10am to 11pm Sunday to Thursday, 12 midnight Fridays, Saturdays and before public holidays. Tickets are available for RM15 Adult and RM8 Child.


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