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Places to enjoy flying in the air in Guangzhou

Recently, the largest all-weather outdoor wind tunnel flying base in China, Lucky Fly, was inaugurated in Guangzhou's Baiyun District, offering a liberating and exhilarating flying experience. Guangzhou boasts a variety of airborne entertainment options, allowing people to revel in joy while playing in the sky.

Lucky Fly wind tunnel flying base (爱飞乐风洞飞行基地)

Wind tunnel flying, also known as indoor skydiving or simulated skydiving, utilizes powerful airflow to lift people into the air, providing a controlled and enjoyable experience of free flight.

(Photo: Guangzhou Baiyun Fabu)

With a maximum wind speed of 18 levels, the Lucky Fly wind tunnel flying base allows individuals weighing up to 200 pounds to soar up to a height of 20 meters under the guidance of professional instructors, catering to participants aged 3 and above, weighing under 115 kilograms.

Opening hours: 10:00-22:00

Add.: Anhua Mall, No.880, North Baiyun Avenue, Baiyun District, Guangzhou (广州白云区白云大道北880号安华汇)

Transportation: Take Metro Line 3, get off at Baiyundadaobei Station (白云大道北站) and take Exit C2.

Landmark Alpha, Canton Tower (广州塔阿尔法探索乐园)

The Landmark Alpha at the Canton Tower comprises two main themed projects: Sky Walk and Rope Course. As an entry-level project of Landmark Alpha, Sky Walk is the only high-tower hollow trail in the Canton Tower that can be walked around between the steel structures, offering unprecedented views up to 325 meters high. With a special device, you can be turned outside the tower in only a second.

(Photo provided to GDToday)

The Rope Course features three routes of varying heights and difficulty levels—red, blue, and green—with vertical drops of up to 110 meters. This project enables visitors to experience over a dozen customized rope crossing games, including flying rattan chairs, suspended bridges, super gliders, climbing walls, single-plank bridges, and swing rollers, vertical ladders, and rattan net crossing. These activities will amaze tourists with a high-altitude experience.

(Photo provided to GDToday)

Opening hours: 09:30-22:30

Add.: No.222, Yuejiang Xi Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou (广州市海珠区阅江西路222号)

Transportation: Take Metro Line 3, get off at Canton Tower Station (广州塔站) and take Exit B.

Baiyun Zipline (白云飞索极限运动)

If you like extreme sports, don't miss the Baiyun Zipline on Baiyun Mountain, a 5A scenic spot in downtown Guangzhou. Baiyun Zipline, with a total length of 1500 meters, is currently the longest ropeway in China. While ziplining, you can also enjoy the exceptional aerial view of the mountain.

(Photo: Nanfang Daily)

Opening hours: 10:00-18:00 (weekdays), 09:00-18:00 (weekends and public holidays)

Add.: No.9, Yunshanbei Road, Baiyun District, Guangzhou (广州市白云区云山北路9号)

Transportation: Take Metro Line 2, get off at Xiaogang Station (萧岗站) and take Exit A, then you can walk to the West Gate of the scenic spot and take an electric sightseeing car to "Dangxiong Pavilion (荡胸亭)".

League of Skydiving (跳伞之家(广州增城)跳伞基地)

What does it feel like to skydive from 10,000 feet? The League of Skydiving has set up a base in Zengcheng District, Guangzhou to provide you with the opportunity to experience that.

(Photo: League of Skydiving)

This is one of the nearest skydiving bases to downtown Guangzhou. You need to book at least one day in advance. There will be an instructor to teach you some notes and skills, and you will be accompanied by an instructor during your skydive. Only those who have certificates can jump alone, but it is still recommended to skydive with an instructor.

Opening hours: 08:00-20:00

Add.: Tangxiaxiang Dong Road, Zengcheng District, Guangzhou (广州增城区坣吓向东路三江飞行基地)

Transportation: It is recommended to drive to the base. Enter "跳伞之家(广州增城)跳伞基地 (pinyin: tiao san zhi jia (guang zhou zeng cheng) tiao san ji di)" in the map app and follow the navigation to the destination.

Reporter | Holly

Poster | Mia

Editor | Steven, Monica, James

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