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Get Your Adrenaline Pumping With These Activities

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Are you sick of your boring old weekends? Where you just spend the day walking aimlessly around a mall, left to do the usual routine again and again? Are you looking for something to liven up your weekend and to spice up your usual routine? Well these activities are exactly what you need. However I must warn you that these activities are not for the faint hearted, they are not for the easily terrified. They are for the adrenaline junkies and the thrill seekers of Malaysia.

 

Below are a list of some extreme sports, in and around Malaysia, that you can participate in.

  1. SkyTrex Adventure

SkyTrex Adventure is a mix of enjoying the beautiful scenery and having a mild adrenaline rush. The entire route (or sky trek) is flourished with beautiful landscapes and tall, bushy greenery. Not to mention, a new added obstacle at every corner. You will find yourself from balancing on a rope to walking through a bridge to flying down 70 meters. It is a little daunting for anyone who is afraid of heights, but you’re all tied up so there’s not much to worry about. SkyTrex is a family-friendly, fun activity that doesn’t pump the heart too much. You have three locations to consider : Shah Alam, Melaka and Langkawi.

Address : Jalan Liku 8/1, Seksyen 8, Shah Alam, Selangor

Opening Hours :

Tues-Fri : 9am -1:30pm

Weekends and Public Holidays : 8.30am - 3:30pm

                       

  1. White Water Rafting

What even is white water rafting? It sounds easy doesn’t it? But believe me, it is far from easy. White Water Rafting requires teamwork and endurance. Specifically at this place, you’ll be rafting along Sungai Selangor, which stretches for 7 kilometers. On this raft, you’ll be fighting against currents and waves and bopping and bumping up and down. It’s definitely a thrill to be in that raft. Different routes means different difficulty levels. Therefore, take your pick and come again if you must. But remember, you might be in a raft, but there is zero chance of your staying dry in this activity.

If interested, the links below will redirect you to agnecies/companies that will help with booking.

http://www.malaysia-whitewater-rafting.com/index.php

http://www.oxbold.com/waterrafting-selangorriver.htm

http://whoaadventures.com/package/selangor-river-whitewater-rafting-kuala-kubu-baru

  1. Skydiving

You can’t have an article about adrenaline-filled sports and not include skydiving. Skydiving is probably the original adrenaline filled sport. It’s literally jumping off a plane, how is that not completely amazing and frightening? Now, before you go disapproving or rejecting this sport, I urge you to consider it first. Yes, you are jumping off a plane and that sounds dangerous, scary and ridiculous. But how else are you going to get an aerial, bird’s-eye, view of the city?

How else are you going to appreciate your normal heart rate if you don’t try jumping off a plane (that would probably set your heart ablaze). Okay, my argument may not be so convincing. But one thing is for sure, you will always remember the time you jumped off a plane. Skydiving is a life-long memory and experience. Would that be worth it?

 

Address : 23, Jalan Indah 13, Taman Cheras Indah, 56100, Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours :

(Only on weekends, time is dependent on slot)

http://www.skydivemalaysia.my/

  1. Bungee Jumping

Bungee Jumping is like a milder version of skydiving. Because one : you are on a line. And two : you’re not jumping over hundred of metres from the ground. Therefore, it is a perfect medium for those seeking some adrenaline in their life. You can try your heart at bungee jumping at Sunway Lagoon’s Theme Park. There, you get to jump off a 22 meter platform and even touch the water, if you want.

Address : 3, Jalan Lagoon Timur, Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya, Selangor

Opening Hours :

Everyday 10am - 6pm

  1. Flyboarding

This adrenaline filled sport requires a little bit more change in the pocket. Flyboarding is an up and rising sport that was only created off the basis of new technology. In a nutshell, it is elevated water boarding. This means that you are propelled into the air by highly motorised jets. Like a jetpack but for water. It is amazing to see, and I reckon amazing to experience as well.

Address : Maritime Centre, Precinct 5, Putrajaya

Opening Hours :

Everyday 9am - 5pm

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Article is written by: 

Fatin Najwa binti Daud, is a medical student studying at IMU Malaysia. She is a freelance writer of this blog at Zaahara. Interests include music, art, sports and travel.

-Photos are taken from google images

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