Sep 27
~
Jan 4 2020

AIA’s Centennial 100 Day Giveaway – Get Free Rides on the Hong Kong Observation Wheel

1:00pm
Free

Win free rides on the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, during AIA’s Centennial 100 Day Giveaway.

To celebrate AIA’s 100th anniversary, every day for 100 days, AIA will give out 1,000 tickets to the first 1,000 passengers at the Hong Kong Observation Wheel.

The 1,000 free tickets will be given out daily from 1pm, with a special line for the complimentary tickets.

This promotion runs from from 27 September 2019 until 4 January 2020, and is on a on a first-come-first-served basis. Be sure to get ready to line up early for your spot!

The Hong Kong Observation Wheel in Central stands right at the waterfront of Victoria Harbour, with beautiful views of the city and the ocean.

Photo by Hong Kong Tourism Board

It is also a stone’s throw from the Star Ferry, the Central Harbourfront Event Space, and the IFC Mall.

Usually tickets for the Observation Wheel costs HK$20.00 for adults, and HK$10.00 for children (under the age of 12) and seniors.

One of the best times to ride the Observation Wheel is around sunset, as well as at 8pm, to coincide with the dazzling Symphony of Lights.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
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