Two bungee jumpers will dive off Macau's Ponte da Amizade bridge today. Hong Kong businessman Paul Boyle, 27, and New Zealand bungee jumping pioneer A. J. Hackett, 40, will perform the 38-metre jumps between 3pm and 4pm. The jumps, the first from the bridge, will be filmed to promote sluggish tourism in the enclave, which has been hit by gang violence and the economic crisis. 'This is very exciting. The jumps will give positive exposure to Macau and show we are serious about business,' Mr Boyle said. Macau's Marine Department and the Cultural Institute have approved the jumps. The two men plan to build jump sites at East Tamar and Tsim Sha Tsui and on Taipa island in Macau. The Hong Kong Tourist Association, now in charge of the Tamar site, is examining the proposal. Mr Boyle performed an unauthorised jump from the Hong Kong Stadium in May 1996.