Bounce the day away at Ho Chi Minh City’s indoor trampoline park
Families from across Ho Chi Minh City are bouncing over to Jump Arena in District 7 to spend the day hopping across the 2,000 square foot facility’s trampoline area, inflatable playground, foam pit, rock-climbing area, ninja challenge course, and more.
According to Ly Hong Phong, the venue manager, Jump Arena is specifically designed for players of all ages and fitness levels to enjoy.
To ensure safety, staff are on hand at all time to instruct and supervise visitors as they attempt to tackle each activity.
“People come here to relax, have fun, challenge themselves, and improve their health,” Phong explained.
“Most of our customers are young people who love sports and play here for hours,” he added.
People enjoy activities at the Jump Arena in District 7 in Ho Chi Minh City on November 20, 2021. Video: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
Do Thi Thanh Thuy, from District 6, recently visited the place with a group of her friends for a fun weekend outing.
“We challenged ourselves in each activity and sweated a lot! It felt really good,” she said
Le Trung Tin, another recent visitor, also enjoyed his time at the venue.
“Trampoline jumping and rock climbing help me set my body free and release my negative energy after a stressful working week,” he said.
Tin said that, of all the activities at Jump Arena, the ninja challenge course was his favorite.
“It may look easy but is actually really hard because it requires dexterity and a lot of body strength,” he said.
Phu Vinh, from Thu Duc City, attempts to conquer an obstacle on the ninja challenge course at Jump Arena in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City on November 20, 2021. Photo: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
A visitor rock climb at Jump Arena in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City on November 20, 2021. Photo: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
But the park isn’t just for stressed out office workers. Families with children are also flocking to the trampolines.
“My parents take me here once a week to play,” Victoria, an 8-year-old who recently visited the place with her parents, shared after finishing a turn on the rock climbing wall.
“At first, some of the games, like rock climbing, were very difficult for me, but after I got used to them, I turned out to really like this place,” she added.
“I feel like I'm conquering difficult homework.”
Children rock climb at Jump Arena in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City on November 20, 2021. Photo: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
Aside from its District 7 location, Jump Area has three other venues in Ho Chi Minh City and four other venues in Ha Noi, Hai Phong and Can Tho.
Tickets range from VND65,000 to 180,000 on weekdays and VND100,000 to 240,000 on weekends, with game fees included. (US$1 = VND 22,780)
Children play on the trampoline and in the foam pit in the Kid Zone at Jump Arena in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City on November 20, 2021. Photo: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
Visitors rock climb at Jump Arena in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City on November 20, 2021. Photo: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
To Giang, a staffer at Jump Arena in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, demonstrates the ‘Sky Challege’ on November 20, 2021. Photo: Hoang An / Tuoi Tre News
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