13 Jun '13, 7am

Read my new post: Peering above the Rainforest

Read my new post: Peering above the Rainforest

Finally, we were at the base of this towering monster steel structure with simple metal ladders that paved the way to the top. I was excited to be up there to catch the first rays of light so I volunteered to climb up first. The 50m-high metal cage appears to be little more than makeshift scaffolding, and with only six discrete steel cables supporting the structure, the sway of the platform is quite noticeable, even in a gentle breeze. There can only be a maximum of 5 persons on the metal cage at any one time and only 2 persons are allowed on the bridges above so we carefully spaced ourselves out as we climbed from area to area.

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