Bengaluru becomes first Indian city to get fly dining restaurant experience at 160 feet above the ground
For the first time in India, diners will be able to eat in the air through a fly dining experience which will have a huge table with 22 diners at a height of 60 feet above the ground. The new experience is open to all kinds of diners, who will be lifted by a crane, as they overlook the Nagawara Lake.
The experience has been started by Bengaluru-based adventure sports company called Jumpking India who began working on the project three years ago, but first conceived the idea five years ago taking inspiration from many countries abroad. India becomes the 66th country in the world to host the experience and is also open to people who have fear of heights as there are safety belts to prevent diners from falling. However, there are always concerns about safety and the company has said that there will be a team of four people at all times on the deck above the ground, apart from a photographer.
Interestingly, while rains are also a very important concern, the seating area is covered at all times, and in case, the weather changes drastically, the deck will be lowered. Jumpking reportedly has a specific wind velocity at which they will operate the dining experience. Keeping in mind the safety of all kinds of diners, only people above 4 feet 5 inches are allowed, and pregnant women, as well as children below the age of 14, are not allowed on the deck.