The Genting Highlands also have an indoor theme park with a few rides, lots of shopping a food and their gem of a thrill the Indoor Skydiving where you can experience freefalling being hit with 195km/h winds that keep you afloat in the chamber.
We were suited up given ear plugs and shown instructions on the different hand signals that the insturctor would use to tell us what to do. We were lead downstairs to the entrance which happend to be four of us and they fired up the machine which was really loud even with earplugs.
I went first after the instructor gave us a guick demonstration and made it look easy. You are hit with a wall of air and immediately floated in the air, wow this was amazing and a lot of fun. The instructor was in the chamber assisting me the whole time and eventually let me go on my own. In my mind i was awesome, on video not so much.
The other two with us a boy and his dad had a go and then Toni was up.
Holy crap, Toni was excellent at flying and had better control than all of us put together, she was petrified before entering the chamber but was a natural once she was flying.
We all had another go and this time i think i was worse but Toni was way better spinning in one direction then the other all on her own. The coolest part is the instructor all took is realy high in the wind tunnel spinning around and it was really cool, he has done this before. He finished up on his own showing off some excellent tricks before the system was shut down. An excellent experience and somthing i want to do again.