Longest zip line is now in Sabah


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  • Friday, 06 Jun 2014

Riders trying out the zip line linking Pulau Gaya and Pulau Sapi near Kota Kinabalu.

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah now has the world’s longest zip line – the bigger-scale version of the flying fox that enables users to traverse from the top to the bottom of a cable attached to a moving pulley – that will give the thrill of literally sailing from the air from one island to another at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.

Sabah Parks chairman Tengku Zainal Adlin Tengku Mahamood is scheduled to open the 250m-long zip line, linking Pualau Gaya and Pulau Sapi, today.

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