FlyOver Canada, Canada, was on my list of must-see tours to Vancouver very early. This is a fantastic simulated flight ride. In front of you is a huge spherical screen, which simulates you flying to all kinds of spectacular landscapes. Special effects include wind, fog, odor and seat movement, which makes people feel like they're flying. If you buy tickets online in advance (if you buy tickets on the spot, it may take a long queue), the staff will scan the PDF tickets in the mobile phone. Because we didn't buy a fast customs clearance, we still waited a long time before it was our turn. We should be prepared for queuing. The suggestion is to book an earlier venue. There's room under the seat for some carry-on bags, but don't carry too much carry-on items or there's no room for them. Overall, sitting down feels less thrilling than you imagined, but the scenery is still very good. And this time, because it happens to celebrate the Chinese New Year, flying over Canada also specially screened a scenery film shot in China, with close-ups of Shanghai, Hunan, Guangxi and other scenic spots, it is also a memorable different "flight".
Fly over canada, 4D simulation flight, across the eastern and western coasts of Canada, with a panoramic view, N times is not addictive! ___________ Super shock! It's important to play in Canada Place's fly over Canada. Locals recommend that you really appreciate that you can play for 15 minutes without queuing, and you can really feel the wind and waves.
Flying over Canada - Sit down according to the arrangement of the staff and the lights go out in darkness. A moment panoramic picture appeared, the original floor and railings in front of no trace, feet hanging up... It's so lifelike, just like flying, flying over cities and grasslands, over canyons and snow mountains, Over forests and glaciers, over oceans and lakes, and before the aurora. —— Beauty and stimulation go hand in hand, knowing they are fake, but when you see your feet hitting a snow peak or cattle, your heart can't restrain contraction.
I like the feeling of flying over Canada. This experience highlights the vastness and magnificence of Canada's landscape. I hope I know in advance which direction we are going, that is, from east to west, and vice versa. I also hope that this journey will last longer. Canada is a great country. I think they can show more beautiful scenery.
It's a classic card-punching place in Vancouver. It has a sensory understanding of the essence of Canada. The fare is not expensive. The content is wonderful. It's worth seeing. If you can't get addicted to it once, you want to see it several times more. It's even more discounted.
Fly over Canada is a film projected in a 180-degree wide CN IMAX theatre. It uses super-high-speed photography to make you jump over Canada's famous and magnificent scenes in the course of swinging chairs, especially when flying over waterfalls or high mountain canyons. Like paragliding, it's exciting! It's kind of like Disney's leap over the horizon.
There are two projects, one is to leap over Canada, the other is to leap over the United States. The cost of leaping over Canada is relatively high. You can see the beautiful scenery of Canada. I sincerely recommend it. A short film that just started was really disappointing and thought that would be the case. Fortunately, No. 4D works really well.