Although I’ve lived overseas for a good seven years of my life, I’ve never skydived, went paragliding, or involved myself in any sky activities. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I’m scared of heights; my fear lies in something going wrong and me taking the tumble from a height that I can’t save myself from.
So when I came across iFly Singapore, it solved my problem. There isn’t a need to take a plunge from crazy altitudes so I have some control over my life and I still get to experience free-fall conditions. Now that’s a win-win situation.
But it’s not any easier as compared to an actual skydive – there’s some technicalities you’ll need to know and professional training you need to get involved in before you literally take the leap from the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel (confirmed by the Guinness World Records).