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Experts ensuring that the giant wheel is safe for the rides.

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Sandbags are placed in the gondolas for loading and unbalanced load tests.

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Tests for safety and international quality certification on ‘Eye on Malaysia’ were completed on Friday, a day before its unveiling at Visit Malaysia Year 2007`s launch at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa.

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 The workers make a final inspection on the world�s largest mobile Ferris wheel, the `Eye on Malaysia` at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa. The 60-metre high structure `Eye on Malaysia`, similar to the `London Eye`, will be one of the major attractions to lure tourists here for Visit Malaysia Year 2007.

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The Eye on Malaysia is a marked difference on the landscape at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa as workers hurry to finish landscaping work just before the grand launch.

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German Technical Inspection Authority (TUV NORD) group amusement rides head Martin Weniger steps into a gondola as he conducts safety checks for each of the 42 gondolas on the Eye on Malaysia.