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When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.

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When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.

Megawheel

When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.

Megawheel

When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.

Megawheel

When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.

Megawheel

When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.

Megawheel

When it was launched in 2008, The Singapore Flyer was the tallest observation wheel in the world. Soaring to a height of 165 metres, this mega observation wheel is 5 metres taller than its Chinese brother The Star of Nanchang and 30 metres higher than the London Eye. This documentary follows the construction of The Singapore Flyer and reveals how rapidly advancing technology is allowing engineers to build bigger and taller at a breakneck pace.