The signboard at the entrance of Katapult Trampoline Park offers a glimpse of what lies indoor (or rather, upstairs!). Very soon, your child will be asking you to WATCH him or her JUMP from a 4m platform!
The kids at Katapult Trampoline Park today are game to push their adrenaline limit!
Just curious, Katapult means “Catapult” or the Malay rice from Satay “Ketupat?”
Either way, Fun is guaranteed for everyone, and parents are most welcomed to join too.
Video : Look at the Fun Jumps! Kids can never STOP at Katapult Trampoline Park!
We were invited by Cheekiemonkie to celebrate Ayden’s 9th Birthday. I was telling the kids my own childhood birthdays were never so happening 🙂
I am sure your family will have as much fun at Katapult Trampoline Park, but do exercise caution on landing. Boon Xin was careless and sprained her ankle, fortunately no torn ligament or fracture. She was down for one week :p
Katapult Trampoline Park opening Hours :
Mon: 12pm – 9pm
Tue-Sun: 9am – 9pm
School Holidays & Public Holidays: 9am – 9pm
– 1 hour of jump time (Mon to Fri up to 5pm)- $15
– 1 hour of jump time (Mon to Fri from 5pm onwards, and weekends, PH)- $19
Free socks for first 50 jumpers every day, other $2 a pair.
Ticketing details for 2hours booking are available on website, if you have additional stamina :p
Address: 81 Lorong Chencharu, #01-11 ORTO Singapore 769198
Phone: 6754 5188
Do pre-book online to avoid disappointment. More details about Katapult Trampoline Park can be found on their website and Fanpage. Parking space might be limited during weekends, you can try their valet or park at Yishun Stadium and walk across Yishun Avenue 2. The nearest MRT is Khatib.
After jumping, there is another way to cool down, Long Kang fishing (read our Bishan Park experience).