Jumping From the Roof of a Skyscraper

by • November 15, 2013 • Mannish Stuff, VideosComments (2)

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Jumping From Roof of Skyscraper

The roof of the Menara Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia stands at 1,099 feet. The building itself is 1,381 feet tall when the antenna is included in the calculation. Many tourists would like to visit the roof of the tower, the tallest point in Malaysia that’s open to the public. Other tourists would like to visit the roof of the tower and then jump off of it. After watching this video, you may or may not want to so the same.

This is pretty amazing footage of a group of BASE jumpers taking turns jumping from the Menara Kuala Lumpur. Using GoPro cameras to capture the jumps in high definition from first-person views, you get a great idea of how high up these guys are and the speeds they reach during their falls. These guys are so over any real fear of heights that they have to spice their jumps up a bit by mixing in flips, handstands, synchronized jumps, and the like. They even make use of the most extreme rope swing I’ve ever seen! They make jumping from the roof of a skyscraper look incredibly easy, but we all know it’s not easy at all. Most people would get up to the top of that roof and find themselves in a complete panic before jumping. Watch this awesome footage below. If you like it, ‘Share’ it.