Johor Bahru Malaysia

Dare to dine 50 metres in the sky, hanging only by a crane?

Dinner in The Sky Belgium
Dinner in The Sky Belgium

No, this is not an episode on Fear Factor – priced at RM599 (approximately SGD$210), Dinner in The Sky Malaysia hoists diners with a crane, allowing them to enjoy a five-course meal while suspended in the air.


Malaysia is the first Southeast Asia country to host this unique dining experience not to be missed. Tickets were quickly snapped up within 48 hours during its Kuala Lumpur launch and its next stop, Penang, saw tickets being sold out as well. 90% of Johor‘s seats have been sold as well. Hurry and grab the last seats!

Chefs preparing your food on the spot
Chefs preparing your food on the spot

 

Some wine along with the sunset?
Some wine along with the sunset?
Dining 50 metres in the sky with hot air balloons
Dining 50 metres in the sky with hot air balloons

 

Having a casual chat while waiting for your meal
Having a casual chat while waiting for your meal

Dinner in The Sky was founded in Brussels, Belgium nine years ago and has since expanded steadily to a total of 45 countries all over the world, including London, Barcelona, Dubai, Las Vegas, Paris and other countries. It’s easy to bring your dining experience to greater heights!

Missed the opportunity to grab a spot? Here are some of the other things you can do in Johor Bahru:

>>
Sanrio Hello Kitty Town and The Little Big Club Tickets
>> Legoland Theme Park

Looking for more than just a day trip to Johor Bahru? Did you know that Langkawi, Malaysia is one of the 7 places you should bring your mom to this Mother’s Day? Check out the other 6 places here!

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