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Sabah is now home to the world’s longest island zip-line which is located at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. The bigger scale version of the flying fox will allow people to go across the line, from the top to the bottom of the cable attached to a moving pulley. It will feel as if one is literally sailing through the air, from one island to another, in just 30 or 40 seconds!
The new 250m long zip line was opened to the public last week, and links Pulau Gaya and Pulau Sapi. The starting point of the line is on top of a hill at Pulau Gaya, about 45m above sea level. From here, those using the line will descend to an 8m-high platform at Pulau Sapi.
The world’s longest island zip line operates between 10am and 4pm daily, at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.
Check out the video below of the zip line:
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