These are some of the lesser-known places in Malaysia just for the thrillseekers who want to get their adrenaline pumping:
Flyboarding is an extreme water sport that can elevate you several feet into the air using the water jet propulsion method. This one-of-a-kind activity is available in Marina Putrajaya which costs RM370 per person for a 30-minute ride. Children over 10 years old can participate with supervision which costs RM150 per kid.
Bungee jumping is an adventure sport that allows you to jump from a 22-metre ground with an elastic cord tied to the ankle and G-Force is a slingshot ride that can fling you 65-metre into the air. Besides these, there are also tons of other extreme sports available at Sunway Lagoon which costs RM145 per adult for an all-park full admission ticket.
4. Microlight at Melaka Airport
Microlight, also known as Ultralight, is a lightweight unmanned aircraft that can carry up to two people. Besides flying the aircraft yourself, you can also get to witness the beautiful panoramic view of the location. This aviation sport is available at the Melaka Airport with a price tag of RM100 for 10-minute. This sport is also available in other parts of Malaysia such as Sepang, Subang, and Langkawi.
5. Night Diving at KK Marine Park
Night diving is similar to scuba diving which allows you to see the calm nightlife of underwater creatures which can't be witnessed during the daytime. This water sport is available at the KK Marine Park, as well as the nearby islands including Manukan and Sipadan Islands, and costs RM280 for 2 dives.
6. Tandem Skydiving at Langkawi
Skydiving at Langkawi is an extreme sport that allows you to dive 14,000-feet above sea level and slowly descend to the ground while witnessing the stunning view of the beach. This is the only place in Asia that has a beach landing and the price for this sport ranges between RM1,595 and RM1,995 per person. However, this sport is currently on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic and will be resumed soon.