Base jumpers leap from Kuala Lumpur Tower
These base jumpers really scaled the city heights after leaping from one of the world’s tallest towers.
The group climbed the 421 metre tall KL Tower in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, before jumping to the bottom again in a matter of seconds.
Professional stunt man Matt Blank took the photos of participants launching themselves from the tower.
The 29-year-old from California said: “I’m confident that the human language has not evolved enough to describe the feeling of jumping off the tower.
“You really have to experience it for yourself to know.
“This was the third time I jumped off the KL Tower, as I participated in 2014 and 2015.
“Standing at the top ready for the jump is like being on the edge of the world where no one has gone before, but holding a map to get you back home.
“The atmosphere is like a massive going away party, where everyone is leaving and no one wants to say goodbye.
“The best trick was a three way Mr Bill jump. Two jumpers leaped off the tower holding onto a third jumper, who immediately deployed his parachute.
“The two hangers then jumped off the third jumper while holding onto one another, and repeated the same trick.”