Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Review : Jump Street

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Hello everyone. So, you're planning to come to Malaysia and want to try something new? Or maybe you're a Malaysian yourself and really want to explore the gist of Malaysia, I assure you guys to try out JUMP STREET.

Why? Because I've been there and this place is awesome!

Overview of this awesome place :

Simply named Jump Street Trampoline Park, you can finally jump, bounce, tumble and fight gravity to your heart’s fullest. 

Malaysia’s first trampoline park with hundreds of trampolines, which are interconnected into large courts where they are turned into games of basketball and dodge ball. There’s also a foam pit and a 9,000 square feet free-jumping main court! Jump Street is more than just for fun 

 They also cater to parties and offers trampoline fitness classes soon. Plans of opening another one in KL, as well as Penang and Johor is in discussion too at the moment. In the meantime, if you’re aged 13 and above, Jump Street Trampoline Park shall be your new weekend fun. You can finally stop complaining about not having anything fun to do in the city for a minute. Now bounce!

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Getting there :

You can just turn on your WAZE, and WAZE this address :

8a Jalan 13/6 Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

(You might not notice the place because it is located next to factories)

Pricing :

We only played for about an hour,, which I think is good enough (actually before the incident of me spraining my ankle while jumping. Lol stupid me)

Oh before that, I suggest you to make a reservation first before actually going there. You can also walk-in *like we did* but just to make sure you won't be disappointed.

See the timer up there? This is how it goes. You buy the tickets for example an hour, you get a wrist band of the same colour as anyone else who booked or bought the same time as you. 

So for example, you came at 11.58 a.m. and you bought the 12 p.m. ticket, so you'll get a green writsband *Example only!*

So at 1 p.m., the alarm or something will ring, which means you have to get out of the place. Get it? Simple as that. They'll able to know your time by the wrist band.

** They are VERY PUNCTUAL and please respect other people's time!

Inside :

This is when the fun comes in!

So you can roam and try just about anything you like!

This is the time for you to enjoy as much as you can as a kid! Hahahaha 

Oh, you can also train with a professional for free of the kinds of jumping and stuff. 

**** I changed my clothes in there*


Overall, this place is super AWESOME! Don't miss the fun and try for yourself!

Enjoy guysss~~~


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    1. First hour for off peak RM 20 while for peak hour it's RM 25

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