Hop on to Awana Skyway Gondola and enjoy the fresh mountain air as you ride past the lush green forests of Pahang’s Mount Ulu Kali. The cable car rides are not just a means for you to reach the mountain top, it’s a gem of a ride that leaves you wishing for it to last.
On clear days, Awana SkyWay offers a breath-taking view of the mountain range. Riders can take stunning, Insta-worthy pictures of the spectacular view; a sight that is sure to impress! Witness nature at its best via the special windows and louvres. Foggy days are no-less magical, as the mystical fog that covers your surroundings make you feel like you’re traveling through the clouds.
The gondolas are specially designed with slotted glass windows to allow you to enjoy a 360 degree view, while feeling the breeze seeping in. For a more thrilling ride, you can even opt for gondolas with a glass floor. Experience the magical sensation of witnessing the 130-million-year-old rainforest sweep right past your feet.
The Awana SkyWay includes several stops. If you’re on your way up to the mountains, you may hop in at Genting Premium Outlet’s Awana SkyWay station. The cable car stops midway at Chin Swee station, where you can get off to explore the Chin Swee Caves Temple and its surroundings. This religious site is filled with fascinating cultural structures and the iconic landmark, a towering white pagoda. You can always keep your tickets and hop back into the Gondola to make your way up to Sky Avenue at Genting Resorts World.
A one-way ticket for the Genting Skyway cable car is priced at RM8 per person, making it one of the most affordable methods of transportation in Genting Highlands. You can skip the queue when you purchase a ticket online with Traveloka. Just simply scan the QR Code upon arrival and you’re good to go!
Ride in style to the top of Genting Highlands with Awana SkyWay. Book your tickets with Traveloka today!
A one-way ticket for the Genting Skyway cable car is priced at RM9 per person, making it one of the most affordable methods of transportation in Genting Highlands.
Genting Skyway can carry more than 2,000 people per hour with 8 passengers per gondola. At the maximum speed of 6 metres per second (21.6 km/h), the 3.38-kilometre (2.10 mi) journey up the mountain peak takes approximately 15 minutes, depending on the weather. The system was designed by Leitner Ropeways.