Thai-Russian firm to build world’s largest Ferris wheel

Kluch-Kamyshenskoe Plateau Novosibirsk, Herbst 2015

Kluch-Kamyshenskoe Plateau Novosibirsk, Herbst 2015

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The wheel will be built on an old mining site in Phuket by 2018.

Thai Business Development Co of Phuket, a Thai-Russian joint venture plans to build the world’s tallest Ferris wheel on an old mining site in Phuket, The Bangkok Post reported on March 31.

The company owned by Moscow-based technology supplier Pax Company and Phuket-based Anuphas property developers plans to construct the Ferris wheel within two years, according to the report.

The High Roller in Las Vegas, which stands at 167.6 meters tall, is the tallest Ferris wheel in the world. 

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