Trading Hours

11:00 - 23:00 Weekdays
09:00 - 23:00 Weekends
Walk-ins Allows
Training from 750 SGD


iFly Singapore is home to the world's largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving, spanning 16.5 feet wide and 56.5 feet tall, almost five storeys high. In addition, it is the only wind tunnel with an 18 feet tall acrylic glass wall offering you an unparalleled view of the South China Sea. For your comfort the tunnel is fully air-conditioned. The sate-of-the-art patented technology ensures a high degree of safety and accommodates all types of flyers, from first-timers to seasoned skydivers and military operations. With its huge size and wide range of airspeeds, the wind tunnel also enables flyers to execute a variety of movements with ease, such as freeflying, four/eight-way formation skydiving and vertical relative work.

Diameter of 56ft
Height of 16ft

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+65 6570 0000

43 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore
Sentosa, Singapore

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Overall great spot and would go there again. First time I have ever been in a Tunnel and as an experienced Skydiver, well with 800 jumps, the staff were quite pedantic about going to high in tunnel, crashing into each other and various other trivialities. I know we had to get used to flying in a tunnel, but to have the staff, initially anyway, come in and basically manhandle you apart, was a bit disconcerting, we eventually would have sorted ourselves out..

But other than that, a great spot.

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