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Time Required : Less than 1 hour

Entry Fee : Adult: RM 6
Child: RM 4
Tickets can be purchased at SkyBridge Ticketing Counter at Top Station

Langkawi Sky Bridge, Langkawi Overview

The Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125-metre curved suspension bridge, located at the end of the Langkawi Cable Car ride. Touted to be one of the world’s longest curve suspension bridges, it overlooks Mount Mat Cinchang and offers mind-stirring panoramic views.

Suspended at an altitude of 100 meters from sea level, the view from the Langkawi Sky Bridge include the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls and a rainforest, both of which make the walk worthwhile. The sky bridge is accessible from the Top Station of Langkawi Cable Car and is designed to accommodate 250 people at a time. 

A fun fact: The last scene of Bollywood Blockbuster Don (2006) was shot on this bridge.

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Sky Glide

The sky glide is cabin type of transport that takes passengers to the Sky Bridge located below the Top Station of Langkawi Cable Car. The sky glide is essentially like an elevator that can drop of visitors to the foot of the sky bridge. Having a a track of 94 meters, it reaches the sky bridge in two minutes. However, visitors have to pay extra for the Sky Glide and tickets have to be purchased at the counter in the top station. 
Price: Adult: RM 10, Child: RM 7
For visitors who want a cheaper and adventurous visit to the Sky Bridge can take a small 10 minutes walk through a small jungle trail to arrive at the foot of the bridge.

Design and Construction of Langkawi Sky Bridge

Langkawi Sky Bridge is supported by 8 cables from a single pylon of 82 meters which is the only supporting structure of the sky bridge. The bridge is supported by double steel railings and also has an enclosed steel wire mesh below, which makes it safe to travel. The bridge also has two triangular platforms where people can rest their feet while admiring the view.

Since the stunning Langkawi Sky Bridge is a curved walkway, it allows visitors to maximize their viewing experience. The maximum capacity of the bridge is 250 visitors at a time and is spread over an area of 500 square meters. The bridge is considered an architectural marvel and rightly so, as it was constructed with precise details and planning. In fact, a helicopter lifted the entire bridge on top of the mountain and was then attached to the pylon.

Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
The curved walkway (Source)

How to Reach Langkawi Sky Bridge

The Sky Bridge is slightly far from the main city, located in the upper northwestern side of Langkawi. Preferrably, taxi to Oriental Village since there is no other public transport in the vicinity. From there, take the LangKawi Cable Car. Visitors can either use the Sky Glide or walk for 10 minutes before they arrive at the foot of the bridge.

Tips

  • The fare for the sky bridge is not inclusive of the cost for the cable ride. The cable ride has its own set of charges.
  • Visitors who have a fear of heights or heart problems are advised not to use the sky bridge.
  • It is recommended to visit the Sky Bridge after 2:00 PM, as it is crowded in the morning.
  • It is also recommended to visit to the bridge when the sky is clear as cloud formation may prohibit visitors from enjoying the view.
  • Carry a sweater or a windcheater as it gets quite windy on the bridge.

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