Macau, Southeast Asia offers the highest bungee jump in the world. Here’s jumper had the opportunity to dive off of Macau Tower, which stands at a height of about 233 meters.
If you’re after the best in bungee jumping and excitement, Macau Tower is the only place to go. In addition to being the highest leap, this has the added factor that the jumper falls very close to the concrete tower during descent.
The Macau Tower is open to the public on December 2006. It is inspired by A.J. Hackett, who is the inventor of the first bungee jumping as a sport. And if you want to know more about bungee jumping, check out this website https://macau.ajhackett.com/event/bungy-jump.
It emphasizes downward speed and when you are finished riding on a 50-meter cable, you will remain 30 meters from the ground.
If you do this might take away everything you’ve done in your lifetime. For those who have done so, according to this experience ‘extreme’ is undoubtedly a very accurate description of them.
Bungee jumping here is a bit different from other places and has a special cable system that has been developed to ensure even distribution of weight during the jump. There is also a double safety harness attachment for protection.