Bounce Singapore Overview

Bounce Singapore is one of those recreational centres where one can enjoy a fun day with their loved ones. The arena consists of numerous trampolines joined together with structures onto which people can stay hopping and have fun. Some of the major attractions of this arena include jump arena, dunking nets, climbing wall and dodgeball battlefield. 

Since 2012, BOUNCE is one of the best indoor things to do in Singapore and trampoline park with parks all over the world. BOUNCE originated in Melbourne, Australia. From energetic youths to adult fitness enthusiasts, BOUNCE Singapore offers a variety of trampoline zones, Asia's first Ninja Warrior-like adventure course, X-Park, and Singapore's first "Leap of Faith".

At bounce, you can imagine a world without gravity. Enter a huge warehouse filled with colors and activities for the entire family, and a place where aerial sports athletes can practice.

Bouncing Singapore is THE go-to destination for a safe, fun, and healthy day out. Bounce is a fun and challenging way to burn calories and have a blast at the same time - you can train to perform aerial acrobatics, kick back and look out at the action, or just take your time and enjoy the show. You can count on the friendly staff to keep an eye on your safety, as well as show you a few moves along the way!

In Bounce Singapore, where you can leap off walls and fly through the air, there is never a moment of stillness. There are three areas to choose from, each designed for a different type of interest and varying levels of difficulty. This means that little ones, teens, adults, and fitness enthusiasts can all enjoy this trampoline park. For those seeking adventure beyond borders, consider exploring Singapore tour packages from India to experience such exhilarating activities.

When your muscles are warmed up at the free jumping arena, don't forget to show off your basketball skills, Spiderman climbing skills and ability to dodge balls at the Slam Dunk, The Wall, and Trampoline Dodgeball arenas.

If you're looking for a heart-pumping rush, head straight for the Leap of Faith - where you jump from a raised platform to catch a trapeze suspended in mid-air - for a heart-pumping experience.

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• You'll experience a thrilling jump on over 100 interconnected trampolines at high altitude when you tie up your shoelaces for some high altitude fun
• Have some fun in the land of free spirits by playing Dodgeball and Free Jumping
• Trampoline fans can jump in an indoor trampoline park 5,000 square meters in size

How To Reach

1. Personal Vehicle: You can easily avail the parking facilities at Cathay Cineleisure Orchard if you plan on bringing your personal vehicle to Bounce Singapore. 

2. MRT: The MRT or the local train is the best available means of transport as it is cheaper and faster than others. You can take a ticket to the Somerset MRT Station (NS23), followed by walking for 3 to 4 minutes through exit B. 

3. Bus: There are various buses available which will take you to Bus stop B09037, which is the nearest one to Bounce Singapore. The bus lines include 36, 77, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 174, 174E, 190 and 51?

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Best Time To Visit

If you want to enjoy this arena without much crowd then make sure that you visit here during the morning hours. The time between 10 AM to 2 PM is the best time to enjoy a jumping session here with your loved ones. 

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Places to Visit near Bounce Singapore

1. Marina Bay Sands: The Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore is considered the world's most expensive standalone casino property. It is a resort complex with a casino. Atrium casino and the largest infinity pool in the world can be found in the 55-story tower. You can grab the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark tickets and ArtScience Museum tickets which are th e two more prime attractions.

2. National Museum of Singapore: In Singapore, this is probably the one place you should go to learn about its history and culture. This hands-on museum provides visitors with an entertaining and enlightening glimpse of the country's fascinating history.

Standing in the midst of a vast, darkened space, you are surrounded by a video montage featuring everyday life in Singapore, played against a stirring orchestral score. The above is just a sample of the offbeat experience here.

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3. Gardens by the Bay: This botanic garden is the future of Singapore, the home of next-generation Supertrees, high-tech domes, and bizarre sculptures. There are lof of attractions at Gardens by the Bay and you will find almost 4,000 varieties of plants and also enjoy the light and sound show Garden Rhapsody. There are 250 acres of reclaimed land along the waterfront in the vast and colorful super park conservatories.

The skywalk offers an impressive view of the gardens thanks to the Supertree structures, connected by a skyway. Known as the Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay's seashell-shaped greenhouse represents a chilly mountain climate in the world's largest glass greenhouse. 

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4. Clarke Quay: A major tourist attraction near the mouth of the Singapore River, Clarke Quay is a mix of Asian and European culture that is home to stylish restaurants, top-end boutiques, and pushcart vendors. Besides buzzing nightclubs, river cruise bumboats, and floating cafes, the area is one of Singapore's most popular dining and drinking destinations.

Several dining options are available, from fine French and Italian cuisine to brew houses and outdoor bars with a riverfront view. Some of the most happening places for after-hour party lovers are the Bamboo Bar at the Forbidden City, Bar Opiume at the Empress Place, Lunar Asian Fusion Bar, and Attica or Canvas.

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5. Singapore Botanic Gardens: The Singapore Botanic Gardens are included in the UNESCO World Heritage list of tropical gardens. There are more than 10,000 different types of trees and plants growing in the 82-hectare green space.

In addition to the National Orchid Garden, Jacob Ballas Children's Garden is the only garden in the world created for children.

6. National Gallery Singapore: There are impressive works on display from prominent Singaporean artists and famous Southeast Asian artists. In addition to seeing stunning artworks, one can also engage with artists and curators, take part in informative lectures, and view stunning exhibitions that explore fascinating themes.

A multi-sensory experience of art is offered to young culture vultures at the National Gallery's Keppel Center for Art Education.

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Best places to Eat near Bounce Singapore

1. Chef's Table: An open kitchen concept at Chef's Table is intended to give a homely feeling. With Gaggenau's designer kitchen, diners can follow the Chef's steps at all times, and catch a glimpse of secret recipes if they wish. A private booking can also be made at Chef's Table. The venue can be booked to conduct cooking classes, business lunches, dinners, and other events.

Unlike any other menu you've experienced, Chef's Table offers a variety of dishes. The list includes ingredients such as Scottish Loch Fyne salmon, tête de veau, tamarillo, and any other items delivered to the kitchen on the day of your meal.

You simply choose four courses for $98 (around three courses for $128), six for $128 (around three courses for $125), or eight for $150 (around eight courses for $150).

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2. The Wicked Garlic: After starting as a kopitiam in Serangoon Gardens, The Wicked Garlic has grown to three restaurants in the last four years and the success lies behind its taste, flavor, and services which win the hearts of guests who dine here. The most famous dishes here are pasta, noodles and king prawns.

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3. Sakae Teppanyaki: Designed to bring you the best tasting griddle experience, Sakae Teppanyaki offers sizzling hot griddle food with a feast for the senses. Experience chefs' delectable aromas and chic culinary skills as they entertain visually.

A legend says Teppanyaki was invented by a soldier who, as a means of preventing his meat from overcooking on a campfire, placed a steel helmet over it while cooking it. The legend may be true or not, but we can only speculate.

Teppanyaki has evolved into a cooking method in which meat, seafood, and vegetables are cooked on a hot iron plate. The food of Teppanyaki is highly regarded not just because it has charred barbeque flavors, but also because it is chopped and grilled to perfection by talented chefs.

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4. Famous Amos: Since 1975, the name Famous Amos has been synonymous with delicious freshly baked cookies and other delicious pastries in Singapore. Apart from serving the best desserts, there are many corporate gifts to choose from, including gift tins, boxes, and hampers. A great way to express your appreciation to clients or employees during any special occasion.

It is the only cookie club in the country for cookie buffs! Enjoy awesome rewards including free cookies, birthday treats, and much more when you join this Cookie Club. There is no sign-up cost or minimum purchase requirement.

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5. The Lobby Lounge: In this charming lobby lounge, you will find elements of modernity infused with the allure of the classics while still embracing the heritage of the hotel. This sun-kissed space is the perfect setting by day for enjoying afternoon tea, with presentations served on a three-tier stand.

Additionally, Ash & Elm offers a la carte signature dishes and sharing platters as well as light breakfast options for guests. During a night winding down over bespoke wines and cocktails, enjoy soft lighting that complements the majestic backdrop.

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6. Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ & Shabu Shabu: This award-winning Japanese BBQ restaurant TENKAICHI specializes in Wagyu Beef Japanese BBQ, one of the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Apart from delicious Japanese cuisine, it is also known for its great hospitality and superior interiors.

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Tips for Visiting Bounce Singapore

- Buying tickets in advance is a good idea since the venue tends to sell out quickly. Since they only allow a limited number of people inside at a time, buying at the venue may involve some waiting time if the arena is full. 

- Each session lasts 60 minutes and begins on the hour

- In order to allow time for signing waivers, putting on socks, and listening to the safety brief, you should arrive at least 20 minutes before your session begins.

- If a doctor has prescribed knee pads, prepare yourself with the correct gear and have them handy.

- There is an imperative need to buy Bounce Grip Socks (an additional SGD3 per ticket). In order to avoid buying them again, make sure to keep them nearby for your next visit.

- The X-Park and Leap of Faith are only open to those over 125cm tall.

- Jumpers must be at least 3 years old, and a maximum weight of 120kg is permitted. 

- Make sure you're dressed comfortably, preferably in athletic wear that allows you to move around freely.

- Flat-soled sports shoes are necessary if you plan to visit the X-Park.

- South 38, the in-house cafe at Bounce Singapore, serves some great Australian cuisine. After an intense workout, you can grab a bite here.

- For those wishing to store their belongings, Bounce Singapore offers lockers

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Fab Five 5

Fab Five 5

FAB5 is a customizable hosted program for up to five people in your own circle of friends and family. Your own preferences will be taken into account when curating activities.

You can have a fun day out with your buddies, spend quality time with your family, or even attend a private class you've been wanting to attend with your crew. With plenty of space to rest and store your belongings, your group will have priority in all the play areas.

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Flight Academy

Flight Academy

All skill levels are welcome at the Flight Academy. They have classes for everyone, from beginners learning the basics to more advanced jumpers trying to master those doubles, twists, and layouts.

The sport of trampolining is very much like gymnastics, diving, and tennis because each participant receives individual coaching and the opportunity to train independently on other trampolines and equipment. Trampoline athletes need a proper technique to succeed.

Developing correct techniques is the basis of every class. Participants who master these basic skills will be on their way to more advanced skills. In each class, you can expect to warm up, learn techniques, focus on skills.

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Tramp Camp

Tramp Camp

During the school holidays, BOUNCE Tramp Camp is a great way for you to beat boredom in Orchard as it is Singapore's best holiday camp. All children & youths 3 years older will be fully supervised every day while exploring BOUNCE's awesome facilities.

The kids will have fun building aerial skills, playing dodgeball, throwing themselves into giant airbags, and letting their free spirits run wild. The first hour (9 am-10 am) of this event will be dedicated to them before any public access is granted.

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Awesome 4Some

Awesome 4Some

Perfect for double dates, families, and friends! Get ready for BOUNCE's Awesome 4Some ticket, the super pass for teams of four. Get together with your peeps and let off some steam with this fun-filled activity.

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Junior Jumpers

Junior Jumpers

The BOUNCE Junior Jumper area includes dedicated areas and activities.The Soft Play Area is the most loved facility that is apt for toddlers and preschoolers. Children will be challenged to develop balance, coordination, and agility in a fun and creative way along with a safe and multi-sensory environment.

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Bounce Singapore FAQs

How do I get to Bounce Singapore?

You can easily get to Bounce Singapore through Thrillophilia. They have many customizable packages so get the best one according to your preferences.

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What should I wear to Bounce Singapore?

Athletic clothing with some stretch is recommended. For trampolines, BOUNCE-approved socks (that provide extra grip) are required, and shoes with lace-ups are required for access to the X-Park. There are no socks included in the admission fee, but you can keep them for future visits when you purchase them separately.

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Is there any age/ weight limit?

The weight limit per individual jumper at BOUNCE is 120kg, according to the trampoline manufacturer's safety standards. If you are overweight or have a health concern, BOUNCE recommends that you consult with a physician and receive medical clearance before engaging in any physical activity on an unstable surface.

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What are the rules and regulations at Bounce Singapore?

Here are several rules and regulations here like:

- Kids under the age of 3 are not permitted to hop in Bounce Singapore.

- Separate socks should be worn consistently to guarantee a decent hold.

- No food or beverages allowed in the trampoline region.

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