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Top 5 Tallest Ferris Wheels In The Philippines

Tallest Ferries Wheels in the Philippines

I grew up in the province of Cavite. When I was younger (so much younger than today... Hahaha), we usually go to the town carnival during fiestas. I could still remember that the ferris wheel would always be the center of any carnival because of its height as it stands tall among all the carnival rides. As years go by, theme parks were built and much bigger ferris wheels were set-up to the delight of the kids and adults as well.

Do you know what is the tallest ferris wheel in the Philippines and where you can find it?

Tallest Ferris Wheels in the Philippines

Here's A List Of Top 5 Tallest Ferris Wheels In The Philippines As Of March 2015:


5. Wheel of Fate (Santa Rosa, Laguna)

Located inside Enchanted Kingdom in Santa Rosa, Laguna, the Wheel of Fate stands at 160 feet tall. It has 32 open-air gondolas providing a nice view of the theme park and the surrounding areas outside the park.

Tallest Ferries Wheels in the Philippines
Wheel of Fate in Enchanted Kingdom

Enchanted Kingdom

Location: City of Santa Rosa, Laguna
Contact Numbers: +632 584-3535 / 584-4326 to 29
For info on park schedule, ticket prices and how to get there, visit their website at www.enchantedkingdom.ph

4. MOA Eye (Pasay City, Metro Manila)

Located at SM By The Bay behind the sprawling SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City, the MOA Eye stands at 180 feet tall. It has 36 air-conditioned and well-secured gondolas providing a 360 degrees view of SM Mall of Asia complex, the Manila Bay and the breathtaking Manila Bay sunset during dusk.

Tallest Ferries Wheels in the Philippines
MOA Eye at SM Mall of Asia

SM By The Bay at SM Mall of Asia

Location: SM by The Bay Amusement Park, Sea Side Boulevard, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Contact Number: +632 862-7701
For info on park schedule, ticket prices and how to get there, visit SM MOA By The Bay Amusement Park Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/SMBYamusementPark


3. Giant Star Wheel (Pasay City, Metro Manila)

Located inside Star City, the Giant Star Wheel is the 3rd tallest ferris wheel in the Philippines standing at 197 feet. It has 32 air-conditioned gondolas providing an exciting view of Manila Bay, CCP Complex and Roxas Boulevard.

Tallest Ferries Wheels in the Philippines
Giant Star Wheel in Star City

Star City

Location: CCP Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila
Contact Numbers: +632 832-3249 / 833-4484 / 333-3595
For info on park schedule, ticket prices and how to get there, visit their website at www.starcity.com.ph.

2. Sky Eye (Tagaytay City, Cavite)

Standing at 207 feet, the Sky Eye inside Sky Ranch Tagaytay is the country's 2nd tallest ferris wheel. It has 32 air-conditioned gondolas which provides a magnificent view of Taal Volcano, Taal Lake and surrounding areas of Tagaytay City.

SEE ALSO: SkyRanch Tagaytay: Your Next Food Destination in Cavite!

Tallest Ferries Wheels in the Philippines
Sky Eye at Sky Ranch Tagaytay

Sky Ranch Tagaytay

Location: Kilometer 60, Aguinaldo Highway Tagaytay City, Cavite (across Casino Filipino / beside Taal Vista Hotel)
Contact Numbers: +632 862 7704 (Metro Manila) / +6346 831 7000 loc 6347 (Tagaytay)
For info on park schedule, ticket prices and how to get there, click HERE or visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SkyRanchTagaytay.

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1. Pampanga Eye (San Fernando, Pampanga)

The newest and the tallest among these 5 ferris wheels is the Pampanga Eye. Located inside Sky Ranch Pampanga, it stands at 213 feet making it the tallest ferris wheel in the Philippines. It has 32 air-conditioned gondolas providing an amazing view of Mt. Arayat, rice fields and the surrounding areas of Pampanga.

Tallest Ferries Wheels in the Philippines
Pampanga Eye at Sky Ranch Pampanga

Sky Ranch Pampanga

Location: SM City Pampanga, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Contact Numbers: +632 862-7704 / 862-7712 (Metro Manila) / +6345 963-7681 to 85 (Pampanga)
For info on park schedule, ticket prices and how to get there, click HERE or visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/SkyRanchTagaytay.
Related post: Sky Ranch Pampanga

I am quite sure that this is not yet the end of it all. There would still be taller ferris wheels in the Philippines to be built sometime soon. Let's watch out for it!

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