Just got back to the Hostel in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hongkong from a day tour in Macau. It’s been a tiring day and I was really amazed at the casinos and buildings in Macau. I didn’t expect it to be really amazing.
But I had an even better time when I was able to cheat death by bungy jumping from the Macau Tower! I’ve been planning the bungy jump since last year and finally I did it!
bungee jump at Macao!
AJ Hackett at Macau Tower
I jumped from the Macau Tower which is the world’s highest bungy jump at 233 meters! Will blog more about it next time. I can’t seem to gather my thoughts in creating some good entries because I arrive at the hostel already late and I still have to wake up early for our itinerary the next morning. This is it for now. Will create an longer and more detailed entry about this bungy jumping experience.
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10 thoughts on “soloflightEd bungy jumps from Macau Tower!”
WOW! Grabe ka nakaya mo LOL gusto ko rin i-try yan noon kaso kulang pera hehe i will try that one next time 😛
kinaya talaga. took the opportunity cause rarely do i get to have this chance. ito talaga yung sinadya kong puntahan sa macau. hehe. pinag-ipunan, eto tuloy. wala nang pera, wala nang maiuwi. hehe
superman ikaw ba yan!
haha. murag true sa? hehe
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kaya mo yan gale!
WOW what a jump of a lifetime! And u could pose so well for the candid shots! I will definitely chicken out!
haha, indeed it was a jump of a lifetime! i want to go back and strike a better pose next time. hehe thanks for dropping by! 😀
mas ok ba kumuha ng package sa macau? or sakay na lang ng mga train dun?
@chie: i didn’t see any train in Macau but there are free hotel buses. We didn’t take a package as there were Pinoys working as a tour guide as a sideline. you’ll meet them at the Port.