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May 01, 2008

Largest Indoor "Singapore Flyer", Playground, Miniature Bowling Alley And More At Downtown East, Pasir Ris

Largest Indoor ‘Singapore Flyer’, Indoor Playground, Miniature Bowling Alley And More At Downtown East, Pasir Ris Park

A new 5-storey Observation Wheel is operational at E!hub at Downtown East. Built by NTUC Club, this giant indoor 25-metre high ferris wheel is sheltered against rain yet welcomes the sun. Each of the capsules can seat up to 6 passengers and no standing is allowed. While it certainly cannot rival the Singapore Flyer in terms of loading capacity and world-record height claim, families with children will still love this new ride that opened on 18 April 2008.

The 5-storey S$80 million E!hub entertainment complex houses several restaurants, cafes, a gaming center, an indoor children’s playground, miniature bowling alley and a cineplex.

The architectural design of E!hub is radically different. A 30-metre high tower fronts the building. Through a glass wall of the building along Pasir Ris Close, visitors can see the ferris wheel mounted within the infrastructure. There is a 6-level multi-storey high-tech carpark that can accommodate up to 700 lots and accepts payment through the vehicle’s IVU. Overhead sensors beam red or green light above each carpark lot to indicate its availability.

For details, click here for E!Hub Downtown East to read.

As today is Labour Day and a public holiday in Singapore, you may want to consider bringing your children to visit the labour union’s newest recreational hangout.

Enjoy your holiday and have a great weekend.

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Anonymous said...

This is nice! A singapore flyer in Downtown East!

Admin said...

Hi han cheng,
thanks for visiting and commenting. enjoy the flyer!

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