Dinner in the Sky takes off in Thailand

Guests are seated at a height of 50m where they enjoy a four-course dinner with views of the Bangkok skyline

It the first time this global phenomenon of having Dinner in the Sky has been made available to Thais and international visitors to Thailand. Featuring the world’s only suspended high-altitude dinner table where 22 guests with specially equipped safety belts are seated securely at a height of 50m. The entire Dinner in the Sky system is suspended by a 200-tonne European telescopic boom crane where diners can enjoy a four-course gourmet meal with astonishing views of the Bangkok skyline.

Operated in over 45 countries including France, USA, Holland, China, Macau, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Sweden, Taiwan, Portugal, Malaysia, Dinner in the Sky Thailand is presented in collaboration with DITS ASIA, The Emporium Group. The four-course gourmet dinner is prepared by Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit and Free Uber riders to and from the experience are also arranged.

Dinner in the Sky Thailand is located between The Emporium Shopping Complex, the Benchasiri Park and Dinosaur Planet (right next to BTS Phrom Phong). Reservations for Dinner can be made online at www.dinnerinthesky.co.th for 4,990 Baht on weekdays and 5,390 Baht on weekends, inclusive of the four-course meal. There are two flight sessions per day: Sunset at 18:00 and City Lights at 19:30. The flight duration is 60 minutes.

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