If you’re riding a Ferris wheel, it’s probably because you want to enjoy the view or because your friends force you to go, even though you hate heights. In China, however, it’s a bit different. On the Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel, you can watch TV and connect to Wi-Fi in one of the 36 carts. Great if you want some relaxation time or share your experience with the online world straightaway. At least there’s enough time to do all of that since one rotation takes 28 minutes. What’s even more surprising is its design since it’s the world’s first ever spokeless Ferris wheel.