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Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian success story which has already taken dining in the skies to more than 50 countries around the world. This inspiring story is the brainchild of the communications agency, Hakuna Matata and The Fun Group, a company specializing in amusement park installations using cranes. These two exceptional companies joined forces in a perfect marriage 10 years ago to make a child’s dream come true and created a flying dinner table. The creative minds, that put exclusivity and safety as a guiding principle for all their activities, tapped into people’s natural fascination with the great blue sky to create a truly exceptional dining experience, like no other.
Dinner in the Sky is not the only extraordinary bespoke experience; the team also offer, Meeting in the Sky, Marriage in the Sky, Showbiz in the Sky, Lounge in the Sky and in the lead up to Christmas Santa in the Sky. Events in the Sky has the following to say about their limitless endeavours:
“Our company, Events in the Sky, wants to offer its clients the most exclusive experiences one can imagine in a totally safe way. Whether it is a wedding above the Grand Canyon or the Venice lagoon… Or a three-star dinner in the skies above the Jardins des Tuileries gardens in Paris… Or a business meeting above the City of London… Or a piano concert overlooking Sydney Bay… Or a cinema showing above the Bay of Angels in Cannes… All of these dreams are attainable thanks to Events in the Sky.”
Dinner in the Sky Bangkok is set to be a new landmark attraction and the first of its kind in the Kingdom of Thailand, the second in ASEAN. Dinner in the Sky Bangkok is expected to have two dining sessions each evening and cost 4,900 baht ($149 USD) per person for the roughly one-hour exclusive dining experience. The first location will be in the EM District in Bangkok with other popular tourist locations around Thailand expected to follow shortly after.