As one of the boxes, I decided to create my own. Looking through a list of activities teenagers enjoy doing, i came across the trampoline parks in singapore. There are a total of 5 in Singapore. Bounce, Amped, Skyhigh (closed) , Katapult and Zoom. I decided to do a box comparing the different Trampoline Parks. However i will not be doing one on skyhigh as they closed down before i could try it out.
Cathay Cineleisure Orchard
8 Grange Road, #09-01
This Trampoline park was the first one that I went to was ‘Bounce’ with my cousins. What i found different about Bounce, compared to other trampoline parks, is that they have a mini ninja warrior station where the obstacles are almost identical to those in the popular tv show “Ninja Warrior”. That area is called X-park. for this area, you would have to wear sport shoes. However for the other parts of the park, you will be required to remove your shoes and wear grip socks. Also there is an obstacle at Bounce called the Leap of faith, where individuals would climb to the top of a very high platform and jump off it. Don’t worry, before you climb up, a harness would be attached to you for safety. At Bounce, i realised that they have a more colourful theme compared to the other trampoline parks. I really liked the whole atmosphere of the park and the staff there were really nice and helpful. However, one advice i would give is to call the park to ask if there would be any birthday parties hosted on the day you would like to go down. This is because on the day I Chose to travel there, a party was being hosted so most priority was given to the guests of the party. Which meant that if we were at one of the obstacles and a group guests wanted to use the area, we would be told to move to a different area. So that’s the only downside of my experience there
200 Jurong East Ave 1, Yo:Ha, Singapore 609789 (Level 2 Sports Hall)
This was the second one that I went to. I went with my friend Ellysa (the girl that i pushed in the picture below) to this park as my cousins were not available. This park was actually pretty small compared to the rest and it looked a little older too. However they did have a hanging rope area where people could try to climb which other trampoline parks did not have. the staff there were really nice and taught us some cool tricks while we were there. And one thing extra that was good was that with every hour you pay for, you will get a free bottle of ice cold water which other trampoline parks make you pay for. When i went over to this, i actually had a hard time finding the building itself so do the necessary research before going down.
81 Lor Chencharu, Singapore 769198
The third one i went to was Katapult and again i went with my cousins. (below is a pic of me and my cousin jumping into a pit) The whole park itself was very bright and was pretty cooling. The surrounding area outside the park however was pretty desolated and empty. It is easier to access this area with a car as the nearest train station was pretty far away. The park itself isn’t that big but its not really small either. They have a free fall section whereby an individual can fall or jump of from the second floor. They also have a tightrope section were we can try to walk across from one end to the other. The free fall section requires a minimum age of 18 so sorry kids. In general the park was pretty fun however it didnt feel as it there was much activities we could do and we got bored pretty fast.
200 Pandan Gardens,
I have saved the best for last. ZOOM PARK !!! This trampoline park is the biggest in singapore and in my personal opinion, the best. The place was HUGE and had many different sections. Which included a runway trampoline, a dodgeball area, a basketball area, a rock climbing wall, a professional trampoline section, and the whole area is covered with trampolines. Although the area is extremely hot, they have powerfans to cool you down and a free flow of water to drink. Also, there is an airconditioned cool down room where people can go in to cool down and relax or parents to go in and do some work while their kids are playing. There is also a mini cafe there that sells snowcones and some food incase we get hungry. The staff were also very friendly and patient with the kids that were there. AND since i went on a tuesday, there was a promotion of unlimited hours for just $25. In the picture below is me and Ellysa looking very tired after 6 hours of jumping.
All the love, M