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Langkawi Sky Bridge    

  7000, Langkawi, Kedah |   04-959 4225
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Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125-metre (410 ft) curved pedestrian cable-stayed bridge in Langkawi. The bridge deck is located 660 metres (2,170 ft) above sea level, hanging high up in the sky and soaking in the exhilarating views of mountains and the sea below.

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What to Expect?

If you have ever imagined walking on a footbridge which is hanging high up in the sky and soaking in the exhilarating views of mountains and the sea below, you can actually fulfill that dream in Langkawi. The sky bridge which is part of the master plan of Mount Mat Cincang Geo Park, has been designed and constructed to give you such experience which is otherwise impossible to attain.

Located 2,300ft above sea level, the Sky Bridge is easily accessible by the Langkawi Cable Car. The journey to the top starts out at the Oriental Village in the upper northwest of Langkawi Island, near Pantai Kok. Once the cable car gets going it gets a little chilly as winds flow through the ventilation slits at the top, so put on a sweater beforehand.

It is a curved suspended bridge made of steel that hangs at an altitude of about 700 meters from the sea level and supported by a single pylon in the middle. The pylon which is a tall tower like structure, has a record breaking height of 82-meters from the point where it is grounded on a ridge and keeps the bridge suspended in an open space next to the peak of Mount Mat Cincang.

Spectacular Views

The views on the way to the top of Langkawi’s second-highest peak include those of the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls and the rainforest. After travelling a few hundred feet upwards, the cable car levels outs and stops at the Sky Bridge, the final station. Near where you disembark, there are dozens of stalls selling souvenirs, toys, snacks and drinks. Those with a fear of heights might be a little afraid of the altitude, but it is a very safe bridge with double steel railings and an enclosed wire mesh. The 1.8m wide bridge has two triangular platforms that act as ‘stops’ where you can admire the view and rest your feet.

Here, you’ll see a set of narrow stairs that cut through the forest leading to the observatory deck, the highest point where the sky and sea views are truly unobstructed. In fact you can even see Tarutao Island in Thailand. The end of the steel bridge that extends out from Mount Mat Cincang to a neighbouring mountain is the part of the Sky Bridge that is unforgettable.


- If it is cloudy around the bridge and the peak of Mt. Mat Cincang, you won't get any views. So see from the base (i.e. Oriental Village) if there is any cloud formation before you buy your tickets. It's common to expect foggy and windy weather.

- There can be a long queue at the cable car ticketing counter as well as at the gondola waiting area. The total waiting time can be well over an hour depending on the time and day of the week. So go early before the counter opens.

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 Address:   7000, Langkawi, Kedah

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04-959 4225

Everyday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  Reviews 4.6   (12,263)
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    rachmat sutrisno

    2 weeks ago

    The best view point in Langkawi. Or even in Malaysia, maybe! A curved suspension bridge on top of the mountain! You'll see the city below turned so small. But with mountainous background and the sea beyond, it's such an amazing view!

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    CF Soh

    a month ago

    The view is spectacular. Can see almost the whole island when the weather is good and as far as the eyes can reach.

    Legs can get a bit shaky if afraid of the height as it really high up in the mountains and the suspended bridge.

    It's a good experience if looking for something different from beach hopping or cafe strolling.

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    Mitch Stokes

    a month ago

    Amazing views across the whole of mainland Langkawi and the surrounding islands. The ride up the cable cars were smooth and on a Monday afternoon we didn't have to queue at all. The bridge itself is really cool, but the viewpoints with at the top of each cable car station truly provide the panoramic views. A must see if visiting the island.

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    Mohamad Fairidz Mohamad Aripin

    7 months ago

    One of the must visit place in Langkawi. Great view from the top of the mountain. During my visit, the wind is quite strong too. Although it was a sunny day, but thanks to the wind, it was quite comfortable up there.

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    Santosh Gadhave

    8 months ago

    Travelled on 1st week of November, 2021. Everything seems normal. It was less crowded thus it'd be good to have normal tickets instead of express one. For foreigners working here, don't buy international tickets, you're covered under Malaysian visa. Go for walk in tickets instead of buying from agent. Overall nice experience, one must have it. Happy travelling :)

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