Kim Chiu ziplining (left) and bungee jumping (right) in Nepal back in 2017 (Image: screengrab from Instagram/@chinitaprincess)

Kim Chiu treated fans to a short throwback clip of her bungee jumping as she celebrated hitting 9 million followers on Instagram.

The Kapamilya actress took to the social media site on Aug. 25 to share the snippet of her daring jump, back when the COVID-19 pandemic has not made such adventures impossible.

“Happy 9m IG!!! That JUMP is for you!!!  Thank you for the love and for following my daily journey,” Chiu said. “Thank you for the uplifting comments, for correcting my mistakes, for letting me know you are there and for simply being there scrolling.”

“I hope I inspired you in some of my posts. Thanks again. Cheers to more videos, photos, quotes, etc.!” she added.

Chiu can be heard shouting as she braves the jump against the backdrop of what appears to be a mountain in Pokhara, Nepal.

The actress went on an adrenaline-filled trip to the Himalayan nation back in 2017, where she also went paragliding and ziplining. She also visited the Shanti Stupa, one of the country’s key attractions.

Other than just exploring the country, Chiu was also in Nepal for the shooting of Chito Roño’s horror flick “Ghost Bride,” which came out in the same year.

“No grand post this time just a video of something that I really miss doing #KIMadvenCHIUre chEers to life!!! Let’s make it CRAZY yet FUN!!!!!” she noted.

The actress also assured fans that she will be going on more trips in the future, emphasizing that the “AdvenCHIUre never stops!”  /ra

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