Sky Bridge

Malaysia’s Langkawi Sky Bridge is the world’s longest curved and free-spanning bridge. The bridge measures 410 feet in length, and it sits at an impressive 2,170 feet above sea level. Its deck rests along the peak of Gunung Mat Chinchang. In 2013, the bridge earned TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Award for being the most spectacular pedestrian bridge, and it is rated as one of Malaysia’s top 10 landmarks.

History Of Pulau Langkawi Sky Bridge

Construction started on the bridge in August of 2003 in Malaysia’s Pulau Langkawi Island on the Kedah archipelago. Pylon supports were built with the help of helicopters. The pre-fabricated pieces and sections were lifted and placed on the pylon supports using Kamov Russian helicopters, and the decks were assembled with cable and winch systems. Although the bridge was mostly completed in 2004, it opened to the public in 2005.

Visiting The Langkawi Bridge

When planning a trip to Pulau Langkawi Island in Malaysia, be sure to include this magnificent bridge on the itinerary. These are some answers to common questions:

1. Langkawi Bridge Access

The bridge is accessible by stairs or cable car. People who are not avid mountain hikers should take the cable car. When the cable car reaches the top station, a sky glider takes visitors to the bridge to enjoy the view of the rainforest and ocean.

2. Langkawi Sky Bridge Location

The easiest way to get to the bridge is by taking a taxi from anywhere in Langkawi. Taxi drivers know the route and will charge a flat fee depending on your start location. You can also reach it by rented motorbikes or cars with GPS.

3. Langkawi Sky Bridge Price

Tickets are available at the top station, which is halfway up the mountain. The Langkawi Sky Bridge entrance fee is RM5.00 for adults and RM3.00 for children.

Best Times To Visit Pulau Langkawi Sky Bridge

The bridge is open daily from 10:00 until 20:00. Since this attraction is popular, queues tend to be long at peak times and seasons. The best time of day to visit is usually around noon. December, January and February are the driest and best months to visit.

Visit one of the biggest sky bridges in the world and the only the sky bridge in Langkawi has. The admission fee is cheap, the cable car ride is thrilling and the bridge’s vantage point offers a once-in-a-lifetime viewing experience.

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