Last week was the opening of Bounce Trampoline Park, beside SM Southmall, in Las Piñas City, and as expected it was met with anticipation by the thrill-seeking south folk. The 1,225-square-meter playground, composed of 81 trampolines total, is all about bouncing yet how they have been laid out allows for guests to enjoy and maximize their stay.
A sum of 18 fun, sporty activities await guests at Bounce, and the best part is, there’s really no age limit—it’s for kids and kids-at-heart ages 1-91. So whether it’s learning how to slam dunk like a baller, play competitive dodgeball and volleyball like a true jock, or wall-climb, do gymnastics, and parkour like a pro, you can bet you’ll get your ample dose of cardio from jumping up and down on the trampolines.
But did you know that aside from getting the heart some good exercise, trampolining has other health benefits, such as increases bone density that works against osteoporosis, improves posture, coordination, and balance, and betters the immune system and digestion, among other things.
So if you ever find yourself in the southern part of Metro Manila with your family or friends, feel free to pay Bounce Trampoline Park a visit—they currently offer promo rates that run until end of March, at Php 399 for 3 hours, Php 249 for 1 hour, and Php 99 on Mondays between 5 to 7 PM.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, experience the Bounce boards, boxing bags, and LED bubble balls during glow-in-the-dark DJ nights. Plus, develop your physical skills and learn through active play inside Bounce’s newly-opened, giant-sized interactive playground. And when you want to take a break, Bounce has a family-oriented, air-conditioned party lounge and café, with drinks and snacks to avail of.