Put an end to your hunger pangs and the urge to indulge in adventurous experiences altogether only at Manali. Gorge on mouth-watering foods on a revolving table at a height of 160 feet above the land and witness the majestic views of the snow-capped Himalayas, valleys, and the pristine river flowing down. Indulge in these unusual and never seen experiences only at ‘Flydining Manali’. Manali is the home to the world’s tallest hanging restaurant and Flydining is undoubtedly one of the biggest attractions of Manali, rather in the entire Himachal Pradesh.
The Sky Is The Limit In Flydining Manali
Nestled at the Old Manali road, the time spent in the Flydining Manali will be an affair to remember forever. The seating arrangements are situated at a height of 2,250 metres above sea level and the arrangements are enough to increase and influence the thrill to visit here. The world’s tallest hanging restaurant boasts a huge table and houses arrangements for 24 guests and 4 staff at once. Guests and the massive table reach the top with the help of a crane. India saw such adventurous dining experiences in Goa, Agra, and Noida in the past. And this time, Manali is welcoming it with full enthusiasm and a whole lot of excitement. As per the officials, the setup and arrangements are safe. This restaurant will boost employment for almost 40 young people. In fact, it will generate annual revenue of almost ₹5 crores for both the state and central governments.
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This Restaurant Provides Five Packages
Flydining Manali features 5 packages for five different timings in a day. The packages are divided into two rounds of lunch timings, one round of sundowner, and ending with two rounds of dinner timings.
The first lunch ride of the day starts from 1:30 pm till 2:15 pm. The second round of lunch starts from 3:30 pm to 4:15 pm. This is followed by the Sundowner package that starts from 5:15 pm till 6:00 pm. The fourth package of the day is dinner and it starts from 7:45 pm to 8:30 pm. The second round of dinner from 9 pm to 9:45 pm marks the end of all the packages.