A combo image shows the groom on his knees proposing to the would-be bride.
The UAE’s ultimate indoor adventure hub CLYMB Abu Dhabi hosted a life-changing flight experience for a female guest by coordinating with her significant other to set up a surprise marriage proposal in the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel.
The romantic moment took place when the groom popped the question to his bride-to-be using a handwritten signboard that she read whilst flying.
The team at CLYMB Abu Dhabi helped set up the unforgettable proposal, from positioning the unsuspecting female guest to read the sign, and capturing the moment the groom went down on one knee and proposed to her.
The new sports and leisure attraction on Yas Island is awarded with two Guinness World Records titles for the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel at 10 meters (32 feet) in diameter and 54.6 m (179.2ft) high and the world’s tallest indoor artificial climbing wall reaching 42.16 m (138ft).
Launched on November 29, 2019, CLYMB™ Abu Dhabi provides guests with a unique experience, taking them to record-breaking heights. The two attractions are suitable for visitors of all ages and skills, with highly trained instructors taking visitors through safety tips and techniques before introducing flying and climbing techniques. With five climbing walls of varying degrees of height and difficulty, CLYMB Abu Dhabi is suitable for both beginners and experts alike, in addition to the largest indoor skydiving flight chamber.
Prior to the announcement, visitors have been enjoying the Indoor skydiving and climbing facilities as well as the two in-house Food and beverage outlets at CLYMB Abu Dhabi, offering a fun day out for the whole family. Visitors are also able to watch others tackle The SUMMYT and watch others fly in the wind tunnel from the free viewing platforms. The two titles add CLYMB™ Abu Dhabi to the list of record-breaking attractions on Yas Island.
CLYMB Abu Dhabi has implemented safety measures throughout the facilities including mandatory online booking to ensure that the limited capacity of 30% is adhered to, thermal screening cameras, safe distance markers at all facilities and outlets, modified capacity in the facilities and modified dining and shopping experiences.
Guests are encouraged to play their part in these safety measures by wearing facemasks at all times, sanitizing hands regularly and choosing contactless payment at all outlets. Guest services attendants will be stationed throughout to assist guests and answer any questions.
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