The best trampoline parks to check out in Singapore

How high can you go? We bounce on the trampolines at these indoor fitness facilities to find out
Bounce Singapore
By Benita Lee and Cam Khalid |
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Take the fun factor to new heights. Trampolines are not only enjoyable (and keeping the kids busy) but are also great for core strengthening and cardio boosting. These trampoline parks in Singapore are loaded with padded floors and walls, as well as soft obstacle courses and pits filled with foam blocks, for you to parkour, free-run and flip without the extra fear.

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Kids

Bounce Singapore

icon-location-pin Orchard

There isn’t a moment of stillness at Bounce Singapore, where you can jump off walls and fly through the air. This addition to the trampoline scene has three areas designed for different interests an various levels of difficulty, so young tots, older teens, adults and even fitness enthusiasts are catered for. After you get your muscles warmed up at the free jumping arena, be sure to show off your basketball moves, Spiderman climbing skills and ability to dodge balls at the Slam Dunk, The Wall and Trampoline Dodgeball arena respectively. Adrenaline junkies, head straight for the Leap of Faith – where you jump from a raised platform to catch hold of a trapeze suspended in mid-air, hence the name – for your heart-pumping fix.

Sport and fitness

Zoom Park Asia

icon-location-pin Jurong East

Imagine 110 jumpers flipping through the air over 20,000 sq ft – the largest indoor trampoline park in Singapore doesn’t disappoint. Nestled in a spacious warehouse next to Homerun Baseball, the revamped sports facility features two dodge ball courts (to separate kids from adults), a cushy foam pit leading to a lateral rock wall, three slam dunk lanes, a high performance area, a balancing beam and a main court with longer tracks for gymnastic stunts. Phew. It’s a lot to cover in an hour, but pace yourself, or you’ll be exhausted in no time.

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Kids, Play spaces

AMPED Trampoline Park

icon-location-pin River Valley

Hailed as our island’s first, this is the one that started the craze. It’s all about family-friendly fun here, with a main court where kids run wild and parents attempt to keep up (if you’re not keen on sweating buckets, just keep an eye out for your little ones at the rest area). Activities include basketball dunking, dodge ball games, wall climbing, slack lines and trusty air bags to catch you when you fall (because you will).

Sport and fitness

Katapult Trampoline Park

icon-location-pin Yishun

Katapult finds itself situated in amidst the lush greenery of ORTO. Impress your friends at the viewing area by leaping, spinning and flipping on the 30 interconnected trampolines in the main area, then take your slam dunks to new heights at the basketball hoops. For a round of team games, face off with foam dodge balls, surrounded by cushioned walls and trampolines. If you want to be challenged, run vertically up the wall or put on your best balancing act at the slack line zone – it’s only inches off the padded ground. Prefer to simply launch yourself into the air and fall onto soft air bags? Do your best somersault at the bag jump area or take a leap of faith on a free fall – you’ll get to choose from two levels, based on your height.

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Kids, Playgrounds

Power Kids Gym

icon-location-pin Raffles Place

Let the kids run riot at this child-friendly gym. The Power Kids Gym is a multi-sensory playground jam-packed with kid-safe facilities and a specially curated range of programmes that are suitable for the tiny tots and children up to 10 years old. Besides being able to book the space for an event or a birthday party (the best kind), the gym also conducts classes for the little ones to play and discover their physical abilities through climbing, sliding, crawling, running and more. Also a great trampoline alternative for children between the ages of four to six, the gym has hoppers that are relatively low.      

Sport and fitness

The Yard

icon-location-pin Jurong East

Ever dreamt of doing tricks and stunts like those you see in the movies? The Yard offers gymnastics, parkour and trampolining training along with strength conditioning to get you flipping, twisting and somersaulting in no time. And it’s not just for the adults; there are classes for the aspiring gymnasts as young as three years old. 

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