You are a foodie and you are searching for that unique gastronomic delight. This is your lucky day because Dinner in the Sky Malaysia is fully operational. This unique experience will surely take you 45 TO 50 metres off the ground. Many Singaporeans tried and were extremely satisfied of this experience. The feel is there from the food, sight and fireworks.
The Dinner in the Sky Malaysia is a first in Southeast Asia and what is the best thing? It is near Singapore so you can just go there anytime you like (but do not forget to book first). If you are not familiar with this experience, here are some things that you need to know about it:
Even if you are a foodie, knowing that you will dine in the sky sounds frightening that is why the first thing that comes to your mind is the safety. The table can go as high as 50 metres off the ground however the actual height of the table will depend on the discretion of the organizers since there are different factors to be considered like wind conditions.
For your safety, the design is agreeable to German norm (DIN 4112). The table is created in Belgium. The simulations and calculations on the other hand are TUV tested and passed. The strict safety standards is the reason why Dinner in the Sky is present in more than forty countries in the world since its launch in 2006. Dinner in the Sky Malaysia follows strict guidelines provided by Malaysia’s Department of Occupational Safety & Health Malaysia.
A dinner experience will not be complete without the four-meal course. The dinner will take about one hour. There are only two schedules given every day – 7PM and 8:30PM. Before purchasing tickets online, make sure to decide what time since it is non-transferrable and non-refundable. There is a standard menu offering different selections for the main course but you are not allowed to change or demand anything not in the menu.
The official caterer is Double Tree by Hilton. Rest assured that the foods are carefully selected. The foods being served are all Halal and certified by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia. No foods bought from the outside are allowed in the dining.
The table can hold at least 22 people in every session. Only guests who are above 18, not more than 150 kilograms and at least 145 centimetres are allowed. Guests with conditions like high blood pressure, pregnant, neck and back problems, broken bones and the like are not allowed.