Can’t think of a place to go for dinner? Well then, look up! Why not have Dinner in the Sky? You can have your party 50m in heaven as you go shoulder-to-shoulder with KLCC and the KL Tower while feasting on Peruvian Chicken or Chili Beef Con Carne or Dory Fillet with Lemon Butter Sauce and Aglio Olio.
That would be your main course on the menu served in our Malaysian skies. And lucky us, we’re the only country in the Southeast Asian region having Dinner in the Sky. So you really should give it a go.
How to Eat Up There over Here
You have to buy the tickets sold online. You can go to the website to do this, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or if you prefer to buy tickets manually, go to the Malaysia Tourism Centre/ Pusat Pelancongan Malaysia (MATIC) at 109, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: 03-9235-4800 / 4900. (Call first to enquire about availability of tickets, apparently they are sold out for the next two months till September 2017).
Dinner times and prices
- Time: 6:30PM and 8:00PM daily
- Price: RM 229 (weekdays) & RM249 (weekends)
- Food Provided: 3 course meal with Starter, Main course and Dessert
- Duration of experience/ Dinner: 1 hour
- Views: KLCC and KL Tower
Got questions? Check out the FAQs here.
Who started this High Flying Idea?
Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian mobile restaurant idea that started over 10 years ago by Hakuna Matata ─ a communications agency specialising in gourmet pleasures, and The Fun Group ─ a company specialising in amusement park installations deploying cranes. Their novel idea was: You get to dine on a flying dinner table. They strap you and 21 other guests to your chair and table, then hoist you up by a crane 45m to 50m in the air where you will be prepared food and served by chefs and waiters. Apparently, the experience is like no other, the views are out-of-this-world, and the concept so taken to the skies that Dinner in the Sky has traversed 45 countries over Europe, Australia, Japan, India, Dubaï, South-Africa, Brazil, United States, Mexico, Canada, China and since August 2015, right here on our soils. That means, the featured image up there is not Photoshop, ya? Featured pic from Beautiful Life.
Watch Dinner in the Sky on Launch Day 2015 in Malaysia