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Skytrex High Elements / Flying Fox Adventure @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Over 20 high elements challenge at the lush Bukit Cahaya Agriculture Park

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Skytrex Adventure’s High Ropes Action in Shah Alam Skytrex High Ropes Bukit Cahaya Agricultural Park: Flying Fox over the ‘Moat’!!

Julien Repellin and Azlan Idrus of Skytrex Adventure have created an unusual high elements adventure in the Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam Agricultural Park (Taman Pertanian Shah Alam) located in Shah Alam. This brand new activity revitalises the park’s long forgotten attraction as the Malaysia’s first agricultural park (built 1986) and quite possibly the world’s largest at 1290 hectares.

There are 3 different courses which will have you standing, climbing, walking, swinging and zipping as high as 22meters off the ground! A good point to note is that there are several exit points should you find the challenges too much to handle or if there’s an emergency and you need to get out.

There is now a Barbeque area for guests to use. Bring your own utensils and charcoal. Self clean up is appreciated. Booking is required.

BIG THRILL Duration 1.5 to 2 hours
Requirements: At least 1.4 meters. Maximum weight 100kg.
There are 23 challenges with names like ‘Bermuda Triangle’, ‘Happy Hopper’, ‘Wobble Trouble’ and ‘Wild Revenge’ which you may find humourous, that is, until you stand before them. I kid you not, the trail will sure to serve you that fear factor!

EXTREME CHALLENGE * Estimated to open first quarter 2009. Duration 1.5 to 2 hours
Requirements: At least 1.4 meters. Maximum weight 100kg.
Are you mad enough to do 21 EXTREME challenges? There’s not much else we can say.

Duration 1 hour
Requirements: At least 1.1 meters. Maximum weight 100kg.
A childrens’ course which is lower to the ground. The young ones will develop hand and eye coordination as well, body balance on the trail. Being in an agricultural park, the sights and sounds is a humongous classroom for them, feeding their inquisitive minds on nature’s diversity. All this is provided in a safe environment with a trainer/guide keeping a close eye but not too close, allowing the child to explore his or her own abilities. Parents or Guardians can even follow them! There are 15 Challenges.



Operation Time: 0830 to 1800
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays Only
On weekdays, Skytrex will open with min 20pax only

Booking Time slots: 0830 – 1000 – 1130 – 1300 – 1430 – 1600
These times are approximate. If you have less than 5pax, we may be able to slot you somewhere in between.
Shuttle Bus will depart from Main Entrance 10minutes before each booking. Please be early and on time or you will lose your slot!

RM35 for Adults (13 years and above)
RM25 for Child

(not available yet – still in construction. UPDATED JANUARY 2009)
RM35 for Adults (13 years and above)
RM25 for Child

RM25 for all ages. Height and Weight Restrictions Apply. Children must be 1.1meter tall to go on their own. If shorter, a personal guide will be needed to assist child.


Once we or Julien have confirmed your time slot, you only need to arrive at the Park 15minutes before your slot. You check-in at ticket booth with the booking person’s name. There will be a RM3 per pax Park Entrance Fee. After the ticket booth, you will hop on a bus which will take you to Skytrex park. Do ask the ticket counter if you are confused on which bus to hop in.

EACH PARTICIPANT requested to bring along a COMPLETED indemnity form linked below
13 years old and above
12 years and below – parent/guardian above 18 years to complete this form

10% discount applies to the following
– All students (Malaysian Only) with appropriate student ID
– You have secured 10pax Adults and above

Includes high elements challenges, trainer/guide and climbing harness
Exclude meals, personal medication. insurance
*if you do not participate in the activity on event date, you will be charged RM3 Park entrance fee.

Eligibility No minimum quota. Teenagers 17 years old and below requires a guardian present

Corporate & Special Group Events
Please contact us for Birthday parties, Corporate Teambuilding, Family Day etc.


Wear light breathable clothing (it gets humid), wear good condition sports shoes (flip flops not suitable), sports strap for spectacles, insect repellent, leather/garden gloves although not a necessity – will be good to prevent blisters/sore fingers from holding on to cables, and you may need a hat. *soft leather gloves available for rent
Bring change of clothes, snack/drinks or a picnic basket, pocket money, raincoat, a plastic sheet to sit on (if picnicking), camera, sunblock, personal medication, patience and a smile


You can spend the rest of the day enjoying park’s vast atractions

* Four Seasons House – entrance fee is RM3 per adult (12 years and above) and RM1 per child (4 to 11 years old).
Winter season garden exhibited from December to February.
Spring season garden exhibited from March to May.
Summer season garden exhibited from June to August.
Autumn season garden exhibited from September to November
* Chalets & campsites for rent
* Bicycles for rent – Old Mountain Bike: RM3.00 for 1st hour, New Mountain Bike: RM5 for 1st hour. Subsequent hourly rental at RM1. You may not bring your own bicycle.
* Botanical Parks – a good place for anyone to view and learn about trees, plants and agriculture found in this region
* Swimming Pool – RM2.00 for 3 hours
* Lake Observation Tower
* Animal Park – include rabbit, peacock, peasants, fish

Park Operating Hours and Fees
Tuesdays to Sundays 8:30am to 4:30pm .
Closed on Mondays except when Monday is a public or school holiday.
There is a free bus shuttle service running at fixed schedules.

Address and contact number

Address: Taman Pertanian Malaysia
Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam,
40000 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel : 603 5510 6922 / 5510 6923
Entrance Fees (if not participating in high ropes)
RM3.00 for adult 12 years and above. RM1.00 for children 4 to 11 years old. RM1.00 for visitors 55 years and above.
Other charges
RM 10.00 license per video camera


Skytrex Adventure Map

Car – See MAP. The park is approximately 1 hour from KL when using Federal Highway.
RapidKL bus – Take bus number 63 or 338 from Kuala Lumpur and stop at the bus station near a Maybank building in Shah Alam town centre. From here, take a taxi to the park.

KTM Komuter train and disembark at Shah Alam Station then take a taxi (20 minutes) to the park

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

Skytrex @ Taman Pertanian Bukit Cahaya, Shah Alam

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