Zoom Park Asia review

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Please do not ask the kids whether they like to run or jump. More often than not, parents got more challenges trying to ask kids to settle down!

When Zoom Park Asia invited us to jump to our hearts’ content (actually it is one hour), I knew the kids would be thrilled.

Located at 200 Pandan Gardens, Zoo Park Asia is Singapore’s largest Trampoline park.
Eager kids have to watch a safety clip, and non-slip socks are a must (available for $2 per pair).
Trampoline Park Singapore

Zoom Park Asia jumping Rates.

After keeping our shoes and bags, we have to listen to instructor’s orientation and demo.

Vast space for kids to run, jump or hop around, about 4 basketball court size.

Love the open concept for kids to experiment. Instructors will be on hand to show kids the correct posture and landing. Adults can try too 🙂

Everyone can jump and have fun, no prior Parkour experience needed
(unless you are doing some somersaults or backflips)

To quote from Zoom Park Asia:
“Zoom Park is an indoor trampoline park that brings American trampoline sports to Asia. Our park in Singapore includes 2 dodgeball courts, a 4-lane foam pit, a 5-lane airbag, 3 basketball slam dunk lanes, 3 long tumble tracks and a spacious main court. For those looking for more adventure and challenge, we offer a fidget ladder, a slackline, a 17-metre lateral rock wall and high performance mats as well.”

It shouts FUN!

Dodgeball needs rule? Just avoid getting whacked, aka our childhood game “Hamtam Ball-la”
The bouncing trampoline allows 1.2m boy to dunk too :p

Checkout our video below.
Zoom Park Asia review

If the kids still have spare energy, ask them to climb up the wall before jumping into the foam pit below!
Just make sure no one is lying below.

Or you can simply follow Daddy, run down the pavement and fly superman-style into the foam pit 🙂
Zoom Park Asia photos

Instructor told us we are burning 1000 calories for very 10 minutes!

Jumping is Fun but super exhausting! I was sweating buckets after 5 minutes.
But the kids were super charged and kept dashing left right, and bouncing up down!

There is a sense of freedom and liberation whenever we propel ourselves off the trampoline.
As kids grew more confident, they try to pickup additional stunts.

Video : Zoom Park Asia – Dodge ball, Bouncing, sommersaults etc

Kids could not bear to bid Zoom Park Asia farewell.

During our visit, we notice both function rooms were booked for Birthday parties.
Checkout Zoom Park Asia’s Birthday package here.

Additional tips to enjoy Zoom Park Asia:
– If you are just watching, no need to pay
– Zoom Park will be closed from 12pm to 4pm everyday from Tuesday to Sunday for maintenance and cleaning of the park.
– Contact number – 6334 4615 (do call before going down)
– Address : 200 Pandan Gardens, #01-14, Singapore 609336
– Jump with Zoom Park on their Website, Instagram and Fanpage

We only got one advice for parents, do not tell the kids “You jump, I jump!

** do take note that Zoom Park Asia is now undergoing renovation. Follow their social media channels for latest updates

Author: SengkangBabies

I am a Blogging Daddy of four. Our kids are roaming Singapore to bring you FUN, This blog is use to capture our kids' growing up phases, and we want you to leave our blog with a smile :) View all posts by SengkangBabies

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