APA designs and develops urban and nature based destinations including adventure attractions, experiential resorts or venues, edu-tianment and entertainment locations.
We work with stakeholders to deliver their stated strategies and minimise impact by designing concepts that blend and enhance their locations, whilst attracting and providing positive experiences for visitors and locals.
APA concepts optimise core revenue streams, whilst offering incremental opportunities which contribute to the ongoing success of the business. APA concepts are designed to draw visitors and generate vast amounts of positive media coverage for the destination.
ZIPCITY Macau is the world’s first immersive urban zipline attraction and is located at the Lisboeta Macau, within the famous international tourism and leisure destination of Cotai, Macau.
ZIPCITY Macau is a family attraction that combines the exhilarating thrills of ziplining with extra-sensory audio-visual experiences.
ZIPCITY has five ziplines, enabling five customers to embark together on a 388-meter journey (the world’s third longest urban zipline) through the sky of Cotai, reaching speeds of up to 55 miles per hour.
ZIPCITY riders can choose to fly either during the day or at night. In the day, enjoying panoramic views of Lisboeta Macau and neighbouring Cotai properties. At night, a spectacular audio-visual show awaits.
With support from Hong Kong Tourism Board, Invest HK and numerous government and NGO organisations, APA in partnership with Greenheart, completed design and engineering for an epic draw-card attraction to be placed atop of the Peak Galleria shopping mall at Hong Kong’s world famous Victoria Peak lookout, the most prized real estate in the world which draws 10 million visitor per year.
The four line Peak Galleria zipline attraction included a 120-meter flight experience taking zip liners from the natural views of HK’s beautiful ‘South Side’ country parks, flying towards the world famous Victoria Harbour skyline.
The proposal included numerous edutainment exhibits focused on HKs’ biodiversity. APA led a successful town planning board process engaging all 14 related Hong Kong government departments for approval of the attraction. Ultimately, the town planning application was approved, however the project did not proceed for other reasons.
Pelican Peak puts a unique twist on the classic zipline by immersing guests in a cultural experience that digs into the rich history of St. Maarten.
The adventure begins at the base of Pelican Peak, located just steps from the cruise ship terminal. After an initial safety orientation riders will hop into our open air troop carrier and cruise through the lush hillside towards the summit. At the top visitors can explore various walking trails and lookout points to gain unique perspectives of the Caribbean Ocean and neighbouring islands. The flightline is positioned over 150 meters above sea level and runs 550 meters long. Riders will take in the natural beauty of St. Maarten as they soar towards Philipsburg’s Great Bay.
Pelican Peak is a Sea to Sky Ventures project, we work to preserve the environmental sanctity of the land while promoting conservation. Our goal is to provide our guests with an experience that combines the fun of attractions with the culture, beauty and history of St. Maarten.
In honor of Queen Elizabeth Park's 75th anniversary, the Vancouver Park Board approved the installation of a zipline built by Flightlinez Vancouver in partnership with APA.
Queen Elizabeth Park is perched on Vancouver's highest point and the 190-meter-long, twin-cable route zipline enabled visitors to soar over an extinct volcano and land on the other side of the quarry garden, all the while enjoying breathtaking views of the North Shore mountains and downtown Vancouver's impressive skyline.
Flightlinez Vancouver was a draw card attraction that allowed both visitors and the locals to experience and benefit the community. This was achieved by attracting and educating visitors on the nature in the park while creating employment opportunities for Vancouver and economic return for the Parks Board.
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