The longest free-floating suspension bridge in the world, the Langkawi SkyBridge is one of Langkawi’s top sights and attractions. Be sure to visit this attraction when visiting the island. The best way to get up is to take the Langkawi Cable Car.
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Langkawi Sky Bridge | longest free-floating suspension bridge in the world
The 125 meter long Skybridge in the extreme northwest of Malaysia on Lankawi is the longest free-floating suspension bridge in the world. This curving pedestrian cable-stayed bridge sits nearly 700m on Gunung Machinchang and was completed in 2005. The bridge is an architectural marvel. The curved bridge hangs from a single 82 meter high mast. The bridge is 1.80 meters wide.
One of Lankawi’s must-see attractions, the Langkawi SkyBridge is a huge hit with tourists and a highlight of their trip for many visitors. From the bridge you have a breathtaking view of the turquoise Andaman Sea and the island’s evergreen mountain ridges. The bridge is easily accessible by gondola – the Lankawi Cable Car.
The bridge also includes other activities that are available to visitors there:
- Oriental Village
- 6D Cinemotion
- 3D Art Langkawi
- Selfie Museum
- VR Universal
- Machinchang Petland Langkawi
number of visitors per year
There are no figures for this. However, it is one of the main attractions of the island, so several thousand visitors visit the bridge every day.
07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
daily from 09.30 a.m. to 07.00 p.m