Bounce on over to these indoor trampoline parks in Singapore for a fun day out with the kiddos!
Looking to burn your kids’ energy at a trampoline park on a rainy day? Singapore has no shortage of fun things to do with kids, even on rainy days! If you’re looking for something that will let your mini-mes burn off all their excess energy while also boosting their cardiovascular fitness, coordination and motor skills, then why not check out these trampoline parks in Singapore? All you’ll need to do is make an online booking and get a good pair of grip socks (some parks even retail these for cheap!) and you’re all set to get bouncing.
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One of our fave trampoline parks, AMPED is now open at its new location at 10 Raeburn Park (it moved from Rob Quay) and is open for bookings from 29 April 2023 onwards. Kids can bounce their hearts away on their trampolines or sign up for classes in the AIRena. AMPED offers classes gymnastics classes for tiny tots from 18 months to 5 years old, trampoline classes for kids aged 5 to 12 and parkour classes for the extra active kids (5 to 12 years old). Book your AMPED trampoline park tickets and get the first look at their new trampoline space!
2. BOUNCE Singapore
Trampoline parks in Singapore don’t get any better than BOUNCE Singapore which features a massive, multi-national team of super enthusiastic young staffers along with five dedicated trampoline areas based on interests and level of ability. Highlights at this indoor Singapore trampoline park include the Leap of Faith, the popular Slam Dunk area, and the super-fun X-Park obstacle course. There’s much emphasis on freestyle jumping (because why just jump up and down when you can bounce off the walls?), and a wide variety of programmes for littlies. Bounce Singapore even offers dedicated hours just for junior jumpers who are under 110cm, but can walk unassisted). Due to their strict safety policy, BOUNCE Singapore requires that everyone wear their special grip socks at $3.
Jumprrocks indoor trampoline park has mega bouncy structures, ball pits, trampolines and much more for a fun afternoon out. There are free, daily physical games at Battle Groundz, and kids can compete against their friends and enjoy loads of creative challenges.
Singapore’s first dedicated, purpose-built trampoline park, Katapult offers 14,000 square feet of jumping fun and more than 30 interconnected trampolines. Be warned here that bounce time starts on the hour – there are no refunds or extra time given if you’re late. Highlights at the Yishun complex include freefalling 3 metres onto an airbag and an Olympic trampoline for wall running. Throw in Slam Dunk lanes, Extreme Dodgeball and more, and it’s truly a gravity-defying experience! We also like that Katapult has no age restrictions, plus one adult gets to jump for free with every kiddo aged 4 and below. However, to accompany children 5 years old and above, there’s a $3 non-jumping fee with restricted access.
5. Spring Rolls Trampoline Park
One of the smallest trampoline parks you’ll find in Singapore, Spring Rolls is fully automated – a first in SG! – and functions entirely on a self-service concept. Just have your credit card ready, tap and let the kiddos run wild inside.
SuperPark is a great indoor playground for all ages, kids and adults. It’s not a dedicated trampoline park but instead, it offers many activities all in one space (as well as trampolining). The trampoline area comes with a foam pit so you can somersault with ease! Do note kids need to be at least 120cm for this trampolining activity! Superpark offers two levels of unlimited activities and aside from the trampoline area, it has a Pedal Car Track with tricycles, popular ball games like SuperBall and BaseBall, interactive games like SuperHoop, and more. Click here for a complete breakdown of everything fun at SuperPark!
7. Bouncy Paradise
Bouncy Paradise isn’t a trampoline park per se; rather, it’s a bouncy inflatable playground! This massive 20,000-sq-ft space features a huge interconnected bouncy castle platform with 20 rainbow slides, a few trampolines, ball pits big enough to swim in with unicorn floats, plus obstacle courses, climbing walls, a flying fox and more! It’s open on weekends and holidays only and you’ll need to book a slot and bring socks. Click here to read more!
8. Bonus: The Yard
The Yard isn’t a trampoline park, but if your kiddo wants to amp up their bouncing skills they do trampolining training for tots, in addition to recreational and competitive gymnastics for kids of all ages. Expect classes such as gymnastics, parkour and fun holiday camps, too!
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