KL TOWER BASE JUMP 2013
Base jumpers from around the world gathered in Kuala Lumpur today to compete in a jump from the 300 meters high KL Tower in the Malaysian capital.
The 103 professional jumpers came from 20 different countries including France, Italy, Norway and Russia, and had to prove they had completed at least 120 jumps before they could take part in the annual event, which began in 1999
The first BASE Jump in Malaysia was Sunday, 3rd October 1999 at Menara Kuala Lumpur. The event was one of the highlights of Menara Kuala Lumpur’s 3rd Anniversary celebrations. This event is listed in the Malaysia Book of Records as the first Malaysian BASE Jump. Participants were Capt. Abdul Rahmat Omar, Lt. Aziz Ahmad and Martin Dumas, a Canadian. They jumped off the broadcast part of the Tower Head at Level TH05 from a height of 300 meters.
Client: KL Tower
Agency: CD Advertising
Production: Devign Studios
Post Production: Devign Studios
Music : Earthlike [Electronic Grooves]
Offline / Online Editor : Kidd