7 Must-Do Extreme Sports in Malaysia

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What are extreme sports without speed, excitement and muscle aches at the end of it all. For all you daredevils and adrenaline junkies out there, if you crave for some hot-blooded, adrenaline-pumping activities to quench your thirst for thrills, this is the list for you!

#1 Water Rafting

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This water sport is available in many parts of Malaysia with different classes (ranging from safe to life threatening). Sungai Gopeng and Slim River are go-to spots for casual rafters, suitable for many including beginners.

For hardcore rafters, Sungai Singor is the place to be. It lies on the border of Perak and Kelantan and flows through the untouched rainforest. Due to the length of the river, most expeditions provide a 3 days 2 nights offer, ensuring an exhausting yet worthwhile rafting experience.

Often, rafters will reach out to companies which provide such expedition. Oxbold is among the many in Malaysia. They provide all sorts of services for various extreme sports with attractive packages at a reasonable cost.

Address(HQ) C/O Gate C of De Rhu Beach Resort, 152, Sungai Karang, Beserah, Pantai Balok, 26100 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur, Malaysia
Tel +(6)019-663 8336
Email info@oxbold.com
Website http://www.oxbold.com/waterraftingmalaysia.htm

#2 Rock Climbing

Rock climbing is only for the fearless and the strong. It requires massive amounts of upper body strength and even stronger fingers.

Batu Caves is a hotspot for rock climbing aside from being a spiritual grounds for Hindus. It has 8 crags starting from the ground and about 170 routes available – perfect for newbies willing to give rock climbing a try.  

However, due to KL’s unpredictable weather conditions, you can always head to Camp 5, Petaling Jaya for an indoor rock climbing experience.

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In contrast to Batu Caves, Camp 5 is located in an enclosed environment, specifically, on the 5th floor of 1 Utama Shopping Centre. It is the largest climbing gym in Asia standing at 24m high and is fully air-conditioned. The gym also offers a 270-degree panoramic view of the city, a café and a climbing workshop.

It has 400 boulders, lead routes and top ropes, suited for all, ranging from beginners to advanced. Routes are altered and changed every 3 – 6 months, keeping things fresh and challenging.

Address EZ501, 1Utama Shopping Center, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, 47800, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel 03-77260410 / 03-77260420
Fax 03-7726 0210
Email climb@camp5.com
Website http://www.camp5.com/

Popular Bus Routes to 1 Utama

Bus from Singapore to One Utama From RM68
Bus from Penang to One Utama From RM30

#3 Zorbing

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Zorbing is a fun recreational activity with a dash of dizziness. It does not require any skill, physical strength or technique, just some safety instructions and you’re ready to roll – pun intended.

Zorbing is basically strapping yourself inside a large ball and rolling down a hill. Every ball has a maximum capacity of 2 people and an interior padding, protecting those within it as the rolling begins.

One place that you could engage in this fun filled activity is at Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS), covering a wide 368 acres of land, with a perfect mix of building and nature, bringing out the beauty of the landscapes.

 

Address MAEPS Secretariat Building MARDI Headquarters, 43400 Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel
  • MAEPS – +60 3-8948 469
  • Oxbold –  +6 019 663 8336
Email info@oxbold.com

#4 Flyboarding

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Soar through the skies like the Green Goblin with flyboarding.  

This unique sporting experience involves attaching a PWC (Personal Water Craft) which propels the Flyboard into the air, with the use of air and water. As costly as it may be, flyboarding is rare in the Southeast Asean region – Malaysia included, hence justifiable with the amount paid.

Address 1, Jalan P5/5, Presint 5, 62200 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya, Malaysia
Tel
  • Maritime Centre: +60 3-8888 0317
  • Oxbold: +6 019 663 8336
Email info@oxbold.com


Popular Bus Routes to Putrajaya

Bus from Johor Bahru to Putrajaya From RM31
Bus from Penang to Putrajaya From RM42
Bus from Ipoh to Putrajaya From RM25

#5 All Terrain Vehicle (ATV)

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ATV allows you to trailblaze across rough terrains and lush greenery of Malaysian forests. Should you decide to engage in this extreme sport, it is best to pack some extra clothes and prepare to get dirty, especially if you’re riding after a heavy downpour.

ATV Adventure Park is the largest of its kind in Malaysia, offering many trails and routes. Exhausting yet thrilling, it provides a new experience of riding through the forest.

Address Ulu Klang, Selangor, Kampung Kemensah, 68000, Malaysia
Tel
  • Saiful: 019-2448544 (for booking)
  • Mas Faizil: 012-377 5005
  • Meliza: 019-340 7895
Email miza1010@atcadventurepark.com
Website https://www.atvadventurepark.com/index.htm

#6 Bungee Jumping

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Bungee jumping is not for the faint hearted. On the contrary, it ranks among the most thrilling and exciting extreme activities around. Only a few activities are capable of inducing killer amounts of adrenaline gushing effects.

Those willing to take a leap of faith can make their way to the Extreme Park of Sunway Lagoon. Pricing are as follows:

Admission Rate
Child (12 years old and below) RM160
Adult (13 years old and above) RM190
Senior Citizen (60 years old and above) RM160

*Terms and conditions apply

Address Sunway Lagoon, 3 Jalan PJS 11/11, 46150, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Bandar Sunway, 46150
Tel +603 5639 0000
Email ask_lagoon@sunway.com.my

#7 Wake Boarding

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Wakeboarding is simply skateboarding on water, minus the kickflips and rail grinds. You simply surf across the surface of the water behind a speeding motorboat.

The sport is relatively young in Malaysia albeit garnering momentum amongst adrenaline seekers and those who love the waters.

There are various places you could go to try this wet and wild sport. Among them include The Mines (Philea Mines Beach Resort) and Putrajaya.

The Mines

Address Jalan Dulang, Mines Wellness City, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor
Tel +6012-3246677 (Aaron)
Email aaron@wakeboard.com.my

Putrajaya

Address
  • Office: No.16, Jalan Sri Tasik Barat 1E, Summerglades, Perdana Lakeview West, Cyber 7, 63000 Cyberjaya Selangor, Malaysia.
  • Putrajaya Ski Site: Boat Counter Office, Marina Putrajaya, No.1, Jalan P5/5, Presint 5, 62200 Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Tel +603 – 8322 6623
Email mwwf@waterski.com.my

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