Along the Bailang River in Weifang, China, now sits the Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel, also known as the world's largest spokeless ferris wheel. The size of the new megastructure is a massive 10 meters larger than the famous London Eye, and boasts 36 individual carts that can carry up to 10 passengers each. Each luxury carriage is equipped with Wi-Fi and TV sets, which help to keep tourists entertained as a complete 28-minute rotation is made.
One of the most notable design details about the Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel is that the ferris wheel itself does not rotate, although the carriages do.
The distinctive shape of the ferris wheel is being likened to a dragon's spine, making it a new and noteworthy destination four tourists in the region.