Langkawi Sky Pedestrian Bridge in Malaysia

August 21, 2012

Visitors are able to experience the scary Langkawi Sky Bridge by first riding on an elevated a cable car ride at Oriental Village (ground level). Construction for this expensive and unusual attraction  was completed in October 2004. This bridge is known for being the scariest bridge on the Earth. The bridge is set from Mount Mat Chinchang. It sits more than 2,200 feet above sea level, stretches about 400 feet, 1.8 meters wide and completed with two 3.6 meters wide triangular platforms for viewing and resting. So basically don't go on this if you are afraid of height. If you pass out they just throw your body over the side. Just kidding. If you want to visit this place or just want to know it is located in Langkawi Island, Kedah, Malaysia. Some people will argue that it takes away from the natural atmosphere, what are your thoughts? Personally I do not like the idea because it takes away from the natural view of the forest.

Close your eyes, wait then you wouldn't be able to read this, never mind. Imagine yourself on this extremely tall skinny pedestrian bridge that sways in the wind. You thought that was scary? Check out the panoramic image below to experience some of the fear or possible adrenaline for some.

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