Have a bouncy good time at Katapult Trampoline Park (ORTO Yishun)

I have been wanting to visit trampoline parks for the longest time ever.  But the trampolines parks in Singapore before had been kind of far and inaccessible for me.  So I was super THRILLED when Katapult Trampoline Park opened at Orto Yishun.

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Those staying in the North would agree with me that we are so in need for some family-friendly leisure facilities here!

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Getting to Katapult Trampoline Park

ORTO was about 10 minutes walk from Khatib MRT (maybe less if you are not with kids).  I thought it was pretty annoying that the entrance to ORTO was at the far end, furthest from the MRT / bus stop.

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Spot the gate to ORTO far far away.


Once you enter the gate, follow the road past the prawning area.  We have been to ORTO quite a few times already, so we did not bother checking the direction signs and dashed up the slope towards the longkang fishing area.  Because we knew Katapult Trampoline Park was located right next to the longkang fishing.

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BUT BUT BUT… What we did NOT know, was that the entrance was facing the other side.  We came face-to-face with the emergency exits.

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There were arrows pointing us towards the correct direction, making a big round around the building.

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Moral of the story? After you pass through the gate, follow the road all the way until you pass Katapult Trampoline Park before turning right. DON’T go up that slope, unless you want to go longkang fishing instead.

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We found the staircase to go up to Level 2 where the sign-in counter was.

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We were told to purchase their grip socks.  I asked them if we could use our own non-slip socks.  The kids had dozens of non-slip socks from their indoor playground visits.  But they said it was better to use their socks. Anyway their socks were quite cheap (like $2 cheap) and pretty good quality, I didn’t mind buying them! I have paid much more for worse at indoor playgrounds.

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We were told to watch a safety video before entering.

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There were lockers to place our valuables.  The cost for the lockers was:

  • Small Locker: $1 (2 hours) / $2 (4 hours) / $8 (whole day)
  • Medium Locker: $2 (2 hours) / $4 (4 hours) / $10 (whole day)

Free Fall

If you want to enter the trampoline park in style, leave your shoes upstairs and jump right in! Literally.

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Red arrow pointing to the entrance to the trampoline park. Dive (literally) into the trampoline park.


I asked MF to jump down, but he didn’t dare to.  What’s up with that? When we went to Angry Birds Park last year, he had no qualms about leaping off.

The younger and a lot more daring MF at Angry Birds Park.


Instead, it was MY was wanted to jump down.  But he was stopped.  There was a minimum height requirement of 110cm for the free fall. So I guess there is some truth in the Chinese saying 初生之犊不怕虎 (a new born calf fears no tiger).

We took the staircase downstairs.   There was shoe rack downstairs if you are walking down.

Main Court

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Once we entered, the boys dashed to the main court.

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They jumped, and jumped, and jumped!

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They discovered that it was not all about jumping.  They could slide too!

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And bounce off the walls on the sides.

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Things became double the fun when the marshals came over to play with them.

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Slam Dunk

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Next, they explored the Slam Dunk section.  With a super high hoop and trampolines, you can guess what you are supposed to do here.  The kids had no idea and simply tried (without success of course) to throw the balls in to the hoops.  And whining, “So high. Cannot reach. Not fun.”  Until the friendly marshal came to save the day!

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Bag Jump

Next to the main court was the bag jump area.  I think by right, you are supposed to run down the super bouncy trampoline and jump into the bag jump area. But the kids kind of did the two things separately.

First, they bounced around the trampoline.

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Then, they jumped into the bag jump from the solid ground on the other side.  Notice MF was jumping onto the ‘EXIT’ side? Kid got it all wrong.

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But whatever made them happy.  They had the whole place to themselves. They could do whatever they wanted.  I guess if it’s crowded, they would have to stick to the rules.

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After warming up with the bag jump, MF decided that he wanted to try the free fall.

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He was still a bit apprehensive.  So the awesome marshal sat him down at the edge, talked to him and slowly lifted him down.

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After the initial fear was overcome, he went free falling over and over and over.  He could even go ‘CHEESE’ for the camera before jumping off.

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He even wanted to go to the HIGHER free fall! But that one had a minimum height requirement of 140 cm.  Bummer.

Slack Line

Next to the bag jump was the slack line section.  MF decided to have a go.  It was a wobbly start.

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Somehow he managed to balance for a while (just long enough for me to snap one semi-crappy photo).  Then he took like, one step, and fell off.

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He wanted to give up.  But once again, friendly marshals to the rescue!

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Even the little one joined in!

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The little one fell down quite a few times.  But he was in good hands.  He was laughing away each time he fell.  Until I began to suspect he was falling on purpose.

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Wall Run

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The kids came to the wall run section.  Only to discover that they did not meet the minimum height requirement.  Double bummer.

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Dodge Ball

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Last but not least, dodge ball section.  Trampolines + Balls? The boys went absolutely CRAZY there!

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Once again, they discovered that they could slide.   This is what happens when you got the whole place to yourself.  No rules.

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And the friendly marshals were just awesome.  I got nothing more to say.  Just awesome.

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There were no toilets at Katapult Trampoline Park.  The nearest toilet was next to the longkang fishing.  (So it was a blessing in disguise that we went to wrong way towards the longkang fishing on the way there.  Because I made MF go to the toilet then.  It would have been a real hassle to come out of the trampoline park to use the toilet.)

If you need diaper-changing facility, walk to the complex where Long Jiang Chinos / Mookata is.  There was a diaper-changing table inside the handicap toilet there.

In Summary…

The boys had a SUPERB time at Katapult Trampoline Park!  They didn’t want to leave (but I made them leave because I was starving).  I didn’t play this time because I wanted to take photos for the blog.  But next time, I am definitely joining in!

The staff were instrumental in making the visit so enjoyable.  I have nothing but praises for all the marshals there.  However, it is important to note that we were there on a weekday afternoon and hence there was no crowd.  If it was crowded, I doubt the boys would have gotten so much attention from the marshals.

I highly recommend Katapult Trampoline Park.  It is new. It is fun. Service is great. What more do you want?  Here are some of my favourite moments, just to relive the good time.

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Till next time, I’m sure the boys will be nagging me to bring them back!

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Katapult Trampoline Park Pricing

For adults, 1 hour jump starts from $15 (non-peak) – $19 (peak).

Student rate is $11 for 1 hour on weekdays 12-5pm.

KidsJump is $10 for 1 hour on Tue – Fri 9am – 12pm.

For adult companion (i.e. you are just there to accompany your kid but not jumping), admission fee is $3.

Multi-Passes and 2 hour jumps are also available.  You can find Katapult Trampoline Park’s full price list on their official website.

Note that minimum age requirement is 3 years old.  (But MY, who was a few months shy of 3, could jump.  Maybe he looked old.. haha!)

Opening Promotion

There is a 10% discount off entry (and even socks!) during the month of July 2015!

Youth Day Special

On 27/7/2015, they are extending opening hours to 9am – 9pm.  (Usual opening hours on Mondays are 12pm-9pm.)  On top of the 10% opening special discount, you will receive FREE SOCKS that day!

Katapult Trampoline Park Visitor Information

Address: ORTO #01-11, 81 Lorong Chencharu Singapore 769198

Tel: + 65 6754 5188

Opening Hours:
Mon 12pm – 9pm
Tue-Sun 9am – 9pm
School Holidays & Public Holidays 9am – 9pm

Official Websites: Homepage | Facebook  Page | Instagram | YouTube

Want to know what else there is at ORTO?

Hop over to my post on ORTO Yishun Family Fun, where we fished and dined!

Linking Up!


  • Jolin says:

    Thanks for the recommendation. My boy will be super happy and he will be bouncing off the walls, literally. And I read your ORTO post, there’s so much to do there!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Yeah, I am super happy when ORTO opened! We are so deprived in the North and I used to have to spend so much time travelling when I bring the boys out. But with ORTO, I can like just pop in after I pick MF up from school for some fun, have dinner and go home before the sky turns dark. And no need to worry about taking the train during peak hours! Haha…

  • Sera says:

    Thanks Bumblebee Mum for sharing. We are on the way to Katapult Trampoline. Keep up the good work. 🙂

  • ashlynthia says:

    I was there with a big group of church mates few weeks back for prawning while some of them went for the trampoline. I didn’t know the trampoline place is so fun, I should have checked it out.

  • Ai Sakura says:

    Ooo this is sooo fun!! My girl (and me!) will go crazy there!! Haha. Good exercise too. Can skip a workout day :p

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

  • Debs G says:

    Wow, I bet they slept VERY well after all that bouncing!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Oh no… My boys are crazy active. They actually haven’t had enough fun yet, but I dragged them out. We went for dinner at SGMY after that, which was located next to the prawning area. And they kept saying they wanted to go prawning. Seriously… Just talking about my boys make me tired.

  • I love the free jump platform! I’ve been itching to go back to a trampoline park at Jurong. The whole family had such a fun time there!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Yes, trampoline parks are such great family hangouts. Everyone can have fun! I’m actually slightly acrophobic, not sure if I have the guts to do that jump off the platform.

  • Wow cool! The part about jumping in in style! Takes some courage to jump from so high too!

    Shirley @ SAys! Happy Mums

    • bumblebeemum says:

      I know right.. I don’t think I would dare to jump down actually. But my boy used to be such a daredevil when he was younger. He really took me by surprise when he didn’t dare to jump down.

  • Angeline Sim says:

    There’s a wave of trampoline parks opening in SG, glad there’s one in the North too. It’s a great way to exhaust kids’ energy but can be prone to accidents and injuries too. My gf’s daughter sprained her ankle during one of the jumps….took her 2 weeks to heal.

    • bumblebeemum says:

      Yes, I kept seeing trampoline parks opening in recent years but they have all been pretty far from my home. So happy when one opened super near me, I couldn’t wait to check it out!

      Yeah, trampoline has its dangers. There was a safety video we were made to watch, that I found pretty useful. Like asking kids not to go too near the edge or their feet would get trapped and stuff. But sometimes a bad landing will still end up in an injury. Thanks for pointing that out!

  • May says:

    Omg! Information overload! Which means, “Wah so fun!” Hahaha hmmm so if I brought my own grip socks they won’t allow entry? Anyways, I joined the giveaway! Rafflecopter, send me to Orto for free!

    • bumblebeemum says:

      You show them your socks to see if they approve it lor. They didn’t approve mine. LOL. They will allow entry… If you buy their socks for $2.

      Good luck bribing Rafflecopter. hahaha…

  • Audrey Soo says:

    wooohoo!! Looks like really fun! I’ve meaning to bring my 6yo to a trampoline park but have been hesitating because of safety concerns. Maybe will explore this place during the offpeaks! Thks for sharing!

  • Look so fun! I think my children would enjoy this! And I guess I can have some me-time at night after they have used up their energy jumping around and k.o. early!

  • SALLINA NG says:

    Katapult Trampoline Park
    Located inside ORTO Park (near Khatib MRT)
    81 Lorong Chencharu, #01-11 ORTO, Singapore 769198

    This is a DANGEROUS place. Strongly NOT Recommended.
    Horrified Experience.
    My 13 years old boy injured on the 1st jump, 16Nov15. He is taking his surgery at Gleneagles Hospital, 3 hours Operation on 25Nov15. 2 opinions have been taken from Orthopedic Specialists at KK Hospital & Gleneagles Hospital. He needs to complete 2 to 3 surgeries within the next 12 months.

    – Serious Bone Fracture, Ankle Misalignment.
    – Affect running ability and accelerated arthritis

    • bumblebeemum says:

      I am sorry to hear of your boy’s accident. Trampoline Parks do have their risks which I think is important to highlight. Wishing your boy a speedy recovery.

      • SALLINA NG says:

        Thanks. He is now back in Light Sports after 6mths of physiotherapy.

        Kids having accident is hard to avoid and part of their growing up. But we cannot allow such irresponsible operator- Katapult Trampoline Park (Yishun).

        I’ve reported the accident to Singapore Sport Council, SLA (the Landlord and the Khatib MP Dr Lee Bee Wah. Sport Council Step in to Audit and give recommendation. Shock to find there is no Mandatory compliance on Safety measure, After Accident Support, No Indemnity letter to be signed by Parents for kids under 16yo. (No governing bodies for such Commercial Indoor Sports)

        Trampoline is not a entertainment sport. It is a sport that needs training – the break fall and the landing techniques.

        Unhappy with the Operator irresponsible reply. My Boy is 14yo. Never inform me immediately after the Accident. Told me that my boy looks okay to the marshals on duties and send him back home on his own in public bus.

        My neighbours saw him on his way home , alerted me and we send him to KK Hospital straight followed by Gleneagles Hospital for 2nd opinions … doubtful that the marshals on site is medically adequate to make a diagnosis…

        He has to undergo a 3hrs operations in Gleneagles… got 2 Specialists Orthopaedic surgeon opinion…physiotherapy for 6mths… another operation to remove the support in 12mths time…

        How can the observation from the Operator and her staff be so different from the Medical profession… in 1 hr time…HE IS NOT OKAY compare with the operator opinion that it is just a sprain

        Still the same verdict

  • Minnie Willis says:

    Wow! This place looks amazing. I think my kids would enjoy to spend time here. I love the fact that they care about the safety of the children by providing those cool socks and letting the kids watch a safety guidelines video before letting them play.

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