Dinner in The Sky heads to Johor in May

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By Rachel Au

Dinner in The Sky heads to Johor in May

Okay, maybe it’s not really a restaurant but the Belgian-based novelty service that started in May 2006 does serve dinner at one of the most amazing settings. Deemed as one of the world’s most unusual restaurants, Dinner in The Sky uses a crane to hoist diners, table and waiting staff 150 feet off into the air at a city’s most scenic spot, giving them a feast for both the eyes and stomach. The unique dining experience first made its debut in Malaysia last year at the KL Tower followed by Penang in February 2016. And now, Dinner in The Sky Malaysia is heading down south to Johor. 


This time, they will be setting up at next to the scenic Puteri Harbour in Iskandar Puteri to give diners a spectacular view of the Straits of Johor, the chic Marina and a romantic sunset. Your palate, on the hand, will be pleasured by the gastronomical cuisine served by Tosca Trattoria Italiana of DoubleTree by Hilton Johor Bahru. 


“We are thrilled to host the unique Dinner in The Sky experience here at Puteri Harbour, a location that is both scenic and accessible to Johoreans and Singaporeans,” says Mr. Philip Whittaker, Chief Marketing Officer of Themed Attractions Resorts & Hotels Sdn Bhd. 


Dinner in The Sky Malaysia will be in Johor for a month starting on 20 May 2016, with two dinners served daily. The not-to-be-missed experience, which includes a 4-course dinner) is priced at RM599 per person (and RM699 per person on weekends). 


Reservations can be made from 16 April 2016 onwards. For more information on the booking procedures, visit


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