Macau Tower hosted the seventh annual Crazy Jump Day, powered by the world’s best low-cost airline AirAsia and organized by the world’s top adventure tourism company AJ Hackett.
Featuring the theme “AirAsia Destinations”, the costumed bungy jump event saw 23 participants from across Asia Pacific take the plunge from Macau Tower, the world’s highest commercial bungy jump at 233 meters operated by AJ Hackett.
The participants from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Australia and China (which covers Mainland and Macao) were selected to jump by AirAsia and AJ Hackett via a social media contest held a month before Crazy Jump Day.
The participants were chosen for their creativity, storytelling skills and the relevance of their costume to the theme, which was inspired by AirAsia’s extensive route network of more than 130 destinations.
After four hours of non-stop bungy action, Ernesto Humberto Trevino Amezcua was named winner of the Best Costume Award for his execution and wow factor. The Mexican national who currently resides in China also won the Best Jump of the Day Award for his style and excellent jump footage.
For having won the best costume, Amezcua received a pair of AirAsia return tickets to Auckland, New Zealand, a chance for two people to experience the AJ Hackett bridge bungy and bridge climb there and 50,000 AirAsia BIG Points. He also won one AirAsia return ticket to Singapore, a chance for one person to experience the AJ Hackett Sentosa bungy jump, Giant Swing and Vertical Skywalk and 50,000 AirAsia BIG Points for his winning jump.
Best Costume first runner-up Nicholas Andrew Webber from Australia received one AirAsia return ticket to Singapore, a chance for one person to experience the AJ Hackett Sentosa bungy jump, Giant Swing and Vertical Skywalk and 20,000 AirAsia BIG Points, while second runner-up John Paul Esguerra Fernandes from the Philippines received 20,000 AirAsia BIG Points.
Macau Tower Crazy Jump Day 2017 is powered by AirAsia and AJ Hackett, in support of the goal to bring more visitors to Macao as well as to Macau Tower to experience the thrill and excitement of the world’s highest commercial bungy jump and SkyWalk.