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The ieat family at iFly Singapore – Shot with the Canon EOS M on Video Snapshot mode

If you are looking for something novel to do with the family, then skydiving might be something you can consider. Not real skydiving of course, but simulated by a huge wind tunnel such that you can experience what its like to float on air!

IFly has been opened for over a year. I have heard about it but never really considered doing it until they offered to host our family for trial flight. I must say that the kids (and their parents) really enjoyed the experience. Not sure if we will take it up as a sport like what some of the other people there have done, but it was a memorable experience!

Here’s something you might not know about. Aside from having the World’s Tallest Observation Wheel, the World’s tallest man-made waterfall, we also have the World’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel! There you go!

The new Skyloft restaurant has just opened on the rooftop and has great views of the South China Sea. It’s a great place for a drink and a bite since you are just across from the “Songs of the Sea” and you can enjoy the fireworks at night. You can get your usual fish n chips, chicken wings, pizza and modern cuisine there, but it is more of a destination dining rather than one that you would go specially for the food.

More details at their website:

Hope you enjoy my short video on our family outing. It was shot with my Canon EOS M camera on Video Snapshot mode. If you own a Canon camera, try to see if you can turn on this mode for taking videos. It takes 4 seconds length videos and splices them together so that you only have to download a single video file onto your computer! Add some music and you have a simple and effective way of sharing your day out with your friends! I have been having lots of fun taking videos this way and soon you will see some hawker videos appearing on the blog!

Thanks to iFly Singapore for hosting our family outing!

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