Zip Line Flying Fox Places in Malaysia

Malaysia Zip Line Flying Fox Places

Outdoor and adventure lovers would be pleased to know that there are several Zip Line or Flying Fox places in Malaysia.

Some of them are quite amazing because they are found in the beautiful lush rainforest or even over the seas or rivers.

Adrenaline junkies will travel to lengths to experience some of these activities that are growing in popularity, especially here in Southeast Asia.

Zip Line Flying Fox Places in Malaysia 

Some even call this sports Air Trekking, but most people usually just call this outdoor activity zip-line or flying fox in Malaysia.

The places that offer this Eco activity usually bundle the package with other activities like abseiling, wall climbing or high rope walking and, most of the time, sold by travel agents in the respective states.

You can also contact the operators directly via email, website or phone for your adventure. Below is a list of Zip Line or Flying Fox Places in Malaysia. 

Flying Fox in Sabah - Coral Flyer Zipline Sabah

Sabah Coral Flyer
Coral Flyer in Sabah, the longest island-to-island zip line in the world
Currently, the most talked-about zip line in Malaysia, the Coral Flyer is also branded as the world's longest zip line that crosses the sea from one island to another.

This unique flying fox is also located 20 minutes from the city of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah and is created by Sabah's top riggers with world-class safety features.

There are plans to add another zip line back to the start point, but this may only happen in late 2016 or early 2017.

The beauty of the Coral Flyer Zipline in Sabah is that it is only 15 minutes by boat from Kota Kinabalu City and at Sapi Island. This place was officially launched in May 2014 as well.

Coral Flyer Zip Line
Sapi Gaya Island, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: + 6 011 2984 2023
Tel: + 6 088 484 934
Email: yong(at)
Email: simon(at)
Price: RM64
Open Daily, 10am to 4pm

Flying Fox in Selangor - Extreme Park Sunway Lagoon

Flying Fox Sunway Lagoon
Extreme Park Sunway Lagoon Zip Line - Image from Sunway Lagoon
Located at Malaysia's premier water and theme park - Sunway Lagoon, there is an extreme park that offers multiple other activities besides the flying fox. Your zipline adventure takes you over the theme park and is suitable for all walks of life.

Apart from this, you can spend the entire day doing many other activities here, including a major shopping mall called Sunway Pyramid and a 5 Star hotel, Sunway Resort Hotel, all linked together.

Extreme Park Sunway Lagoon
3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway,
47500 Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Tel: + 603 5639 0182

Flying Fox in Perak - Belum Adventure Camp

Flying Fox Belum Rainforest
Belum Rainforest Zip Line or Flying Fox - Image by ojiekakilangit.blogspot
Located at the Belum Rainforest in Perak, the Belum Adventure Camp is suitable for doing the full nature team-building exercise.

The place is also open for the flying fox experience, but you need to contact the organizers before heading there.

Belum Adventure Camp - Office
No. 1-22, 1st Floor, The Place Perdana, Jln PJU 8/5G,
Bandar Damansara Perdana,
47820 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel: + 6 03 7731 1664
Nik Firdaus : + 6 013 975 1878
Dr Kannan: + 6 012 713 8500

Flying Fox in Shah Alam - Skytrex Adventure Shah Alam

Zipline Shah Alam
Shah Alam's Zip Line at Skytrex Adventure Park
One of the pioneer zip line companies in Malaysia is no other than Skytrex who started in Shah Alam, Selangor and has now branched out to Langkawi and Melaka.

For the Shah Alam Zip Line, the location is three kilometres inside an 817-hectare forest of Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam.

Skytrex also offers various team building packages and also special packages for visitors, groups or companies.

Difficulty: Beginner to Advanced
Highest Point: 5 to 22 meters
Price: RM35 to RM55

Skytrex Shah Alam
Jalan Liku 8/1, Seksyen 8, 40000
Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Flying Fox in Melaka - Skytrex Taman Botani Ayer Keroh

Shah Alam Skytrex Zipline
Skytrex Taman Botani Ayer Keroh
For those heading to Melaka, you can now try the flying fox or zip line at the Taman Botani in Ayer Keroh.

This place opened in November 2015 and is the only place in Melaka where you can do this. Other activities here are paintball, archery, zorbing, rock climbing and kayaking.

The location from Melaka city is about 30 minutes, and there are many other tourist activities found around here.

Difficulty: Medium
Highest Point: 17 meters
Price: RM55

Skytrex Ayer Keroh Melaka
5 Minutes after you exit Ayer Keroh
Along Jalan Ayer Keroh
Phone: + 6 018 909 5679
Hours: 9.00 am to 6.00 pm

Flying Fox in Langkawi - Skytrex Langkawi Adventure Park

Langkawi Zipline
A zipline in Langkawi, through the island rainforest
Recently opened, the Langkawi Adventure Park is one place where you can have a full go at the many activities offered here, including a zipline in the island rainforest.

The location of the Langkawi Zip Line is very near Telaga Harbour or Perdana Quay. When you come to the end of Jalan Pantai Kok junction, turn left, and you should see the signboard.

Skytrex Langkawi
Jalan Teluk Yu, Kampung Kok, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah
Tel: + 6019 280 5679
(Please call only from 9am to 6pm)

Skytrex Sdn. Bhd. Management & Administration Office
C33-2-7 Block C Jaya One, No. 72A Jalan Universiti
46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: + 601 3276 9841
Fax: + 603 7960 8290
(Please call only from 9am – 6pm)

Zip Line in Langkawi - Langkawi Canopy Adventure

Langkawi Flying Fox
The flying fox at Langkawi Canopy Adventure Park
The most popular zip line or flying fox in Langkawi is hands down the best outdoor experience and run by Langkawi Canopy Adventure, a family run business that is also the pioneer company doing the flying fox on the island.

They have been doing this for many years and are highly skilled and professional, based near the foot of Gunung Raya or Mount Raya and smack centre of Langkawi Island.

Getting here will also show you the beautiful natural village scenes of traditional Langkawi. The location is near the Panorama Langkawi Country Resort. 

Langkawi Canopy Adventure
No 1176, Jln Batu Belah Batu Bertangkup,
Kedawang, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah.
Tel: + 6 012 466 8027

Zip Line at Bukit Tinggi - Colmar Tropicale Adventure Park

Flying Fox Bukit Tinggi
Bukit Tinggi or Berjaya Hills Flying Fox - Image from Berjaya Hills Resort
This zip line is located in Pahang at Bukit Tinggi and is currently the longest Zip-Line in Malaysia with a distance of 530 meters, built-in 2010 and probably the earliest in Malaysia too.

For thrill-seekers or outdoor enthusiast, the Bukit Tinggi flying Fox is about one and a half hours drive from Kuala Lumpur and is situated in the cool highlands here.

Among the other activities here are paintball, canopy walk, high rope obstacle course, and rope climbing.

For those coming from KL city, there are daily shuttle transfer services from Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur to Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills available at 9.30 am, 12.00 pm, 6.00 pm, and 8.00 pm.

Colmar Tropicale Berjaya Hills Adventure Park
KM48, Persimpangan Bertingkat Lebuhraya Karak
28750 Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang, Malaysia
Tel: + 60 9 221 3666

Zip Line in Sabah Borneo - Zip Borneo

Sabah Zip Borneo
Zip Borneo's unique flying fox in Sabah
One hour drive from Kota Kinabalu city, and you will be in the district of Kiulu where Zip Borneo, a thrill-seekers paradise with sky-high challenges to suit all abilities, is located.

This Sabah zip line which crosses over the Kiulu River and lands you straight into the jungle consists of two zip lines, so once you complete your first flight, you will do the return zip line back to the start.

Other activities are also available here, including wall climbing, abseiling and a high rope challenge. This attraction is the pioneer of Sabah zipline company since 2012. 

• Zipline - 320 meters (1050 feet) flying fox so you can cross the river and back again. 
• Wall Climbing - 10 meters high with beginners routes and instructors who will give you an introduction to wall climbing. 
• Abseiling - A sheer 18-meter abseil wall and instructors will teach you how to descend the side of our challenge tower. 
• High Ropes Challenges - 6 ropes challenges will have you wobble and balance across them up to 16 meters from the ground.

Ability Expeditions Sdn Bhd 
B1317, Level 13, Wisma Merdeka, Phase 2,
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Tel : +6 088 269289 
Booking Hotline : +6 013 808 8075
Hours: 8.00 am to 4.00 pm

Flying Fox in Sarawak - Borneo Rainforest Resort

Flying Fox Miri Sarawak
Zipline in Miri, Sarawak
While many do not know, just one hour out of Miri is the Borneo Rainforest Resort, and here, you have a great combination of team building and a flying fox adventure.

So, this easily puts Miri as one of the only places to do the zipline or flying fox in Sarawak. Overall, you can stay here at the resort for the multiple activities offered in house.

Trekkers can also visit the many interesting national parks near Lambir Hills National Park, Niah National Park, and the Loagan Bunut National Park.

Borneo Rainforest Resort Zip Line
KM36 Miri-Bintulu Road, Lot 15, Block 2,
Sibuti Land District, 98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
Tel: +6019 885 2193
Tel: +6085 613888

Malaysia Zip Line Photos

Below are random photos of Zip Line or Flying Fox places around Malaysia. Some tour operators offer packages with these activities, while for others, you need to contact the operators directly for arrangements. 

Zipline Coral Flyer
Coral Flyer - A participant is ecstatic with her adventure over the sea.  - Image from Coral Flyer
Gaya Island Zip Line
A double zip line over the sea at Gaya Island, Sabah - Image from Coral Flyer
Zip Borneo's interesting flying fox over a river -  - Image from
Another participant crosses the Kiulu River in Sabah -  - Image from Zipborneo.
Pulau Sapi Zip Line
Zipping over the sea from Pulau Gaya to Pulau Sapi in Sabah -  Image from Coral Flyer
Sabah's newest Zipline attraction over the sea - Image from Coral Flyer

The above are the most popular zip line or flying fox places in Malaysia to date and are mostly tourist-friendly.

I am sure in time to come, there will be more zip lines in Malaysia, especially when we have so many natural resources and rainforest.

Hopefully, the government will boost the Ecotourism sector by giving local and inviting world-class operators more incentives to introduce more Eco activities here in Malaysia.

If you have any comments or feedback on the Zip Line and Flying Fox Places in Malaysia, please leave them in the comment form below, and I will do my best to get back to you.

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