The highest jump is at the Macau tower, at 233m, but it's technically a controlled descent, not a true bungee. That's the Skyjump. They do however, have a bungee with a guide rope there too. However, it's not over sea or water, as you requested.
So then you have to look at the jump from the top of the Verzasca Dam near Locarno, Switzerland. It appears in ...
New Zealand's National Incident Database might be of interest to you and a good place to start your search. It's a body of the Mountain Safety Council where incident data from "outdoor organisations" is collected and analysed in a standardised format.
It mentions that:
It is a legal requirement for commercial and educational organisations to maintain an ...
According to this list: http://travel.cnn.com/explorations/life/worlds-15-highest-bungee-jumping-sites-479316
and crossing it with the description here: http://www.skybreakers.com/eng/suomenkorkein_eng.htm
apparently the highest bungee jump above/over the sea is in Kaivopuisto, Helsinki, Finland. The jump is done from 150 mts high.
It's very likely that ...
As Έρικ Κωνσταντόπουλος, I doubt that Irrawaddy or Central region have bungee-jumping capabilities, but not based on an undated article that mentions "it may just be a matter of time".
In my case I doubt anywhere in Myanmar yet offers bungee jumping on a regular basis.
From the same site as that article (Myanmar Burma.com) the question is posed:
Myamar Offers Fine Bungee-Jumping Sites
You can bungee-jump from almost anywhere—towers, jagged cliffs and even helicopters. So it may just be a matter of time before extreme sports enthusiasts can take the plunge in Myanmar.
image source from: jumpintheair.com
Although this country’s tourism industry is still in its infancy, it’s ...
Here's an anecdotal - citizen's-eye-view to complement MH's superb statistics based answer. NZ is very safe for adventure sports, compared to the international norm.
Here's what that means :-) :
I'm a New Zealander - I live in Auckland. I'm not an adventure-sports type but have had enough NZ outdoor experience to get a bit closer to dying a few times ...