Flying, Parachuting & Parasailing

Flying, Parachuting & Parasailing
UPDATED: 02 Feb 2015 278 Views

The birds’-eye-view of Southeast Asia provided by the region’s many aerial adventures – from hot-air balloons to ultralights to ziplines – supplies an unbeatable view of the surroundings, with an extra shot of adrenaline.

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You can take to the air in one of many ways, none of which requires a flying licence. First, you can suspend yourself from a zipline and travel through treetops and over canyons, making a safe landing after a few minutes’ flight. Or you can free-fall down a bungee drop before the cord yanks you back to safety.

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You can ride an ultralight with a more experienced pilot and get an overhead view of the land that used to be the sole privilege of birds. Or you can enjoy the overhead view of Cambodia’s and Myanmar‘s temples afforded only by a hot-air balloon ride.

Whatever adventure you choose, you can be assured that the highest standards of safety apply to your every flight or free-fall in Southeast Asia.