1. Fattah gets strapped up as Mirul looks on

1. Fattah gets strapped up as Mirul looks on

Labuan is a very laidback town. Although many visitors say there’s not much to do, I feel that it is only because one does not know where go. For those seeking non-water-based thrills and adventures, there is the ATV challenge (read HERE) and mini zipline with a length of 220 metres.

2. Adela (L) and Kenta ready for the zipline

2. Adela (L) and Kenta ready for the zipline

The zipline adventure begins at Ramsey Point Observation Tower, located within the grounds of Labuan International Sea Sport Complex. Looking at the zipline, you can gauge by its length and height that it’s not very challenging, but it is still fun, for kids.

 3. (L-R) Fattah, Mirul & I wait for our turn at the zipline (photo courtesy of rambleandwander.com)

3. (L-R) Fattah, Mirul & I wait for our turn at the zipline (photo courtesy of rambleandwander.com)

During a recent trip to Labuan, just to while away some time, my friends and I also joined the queue to go on the zipline. The mini zipline has been in business since two years ago and it is well-received by locals and visitors alike. What’s the price? Only RM20 for the first round, and RM10 for each subsequent round. A worthy price to pay to pump up that adrenaline.

4. Emily in the middle of the zipline (photo courtesy of rambleandwander.com)

4. Emily in the middle of the zipline (photo courtesy of rambleandwander.com)

You may scoff at this mini zipline challenge; nonetheless, one of its biggest delights is its backdrop of a glorious sunset. Therefore, get someone to standby to snap photos or record a video of you while you get on it, just like how I did. Thank you, RaW. Great shot!

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