Have you ever wanted to experience free fall from the highest bungee jump in the world? If the answer is ‘YES’, then consider taking the plunge from the Macau Tower, which rises to a whopping height of 233 meters (764 feet). This massive needle rises up from a coastline amid countless casinos and quaint, European architecture and is just an hour ferry ride away from Hong Kong.
The rush of gushing wind and literal leap of faith is incredibly thrilling, and in our opinion, completely worth the muster of courage. We’d definitely recommend, though, going with a solid cheerleader or even using this activity as a team-building event with your colleagues or classmates. To calm your quickening heartbeats and those sweaty palms, the bungee is completely safe, and the company does have a perfect track record.
If bungee jumping isn’t your cup of tea, you can also opt for a meander along the outside of the tower for a quick gaze or climb up the mast to 338 meters (1,109 feet). Whatever the pursuit, you will have an unparalleled view of Macau that’s impossible to top:
Max Stein, one of WildChina’s Princeton-in-Asia fellows, bungee jumping from Macau Tower.
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Photos by Virtual Tourist & Max Stein of WildChina, respectively.