Biggest trampoline park in the Philippines
You and your friends may have had enough cafe-hopping dates in 2021. Going out of town might also not be an option given the ever-changing lockdown restrictions and – the biggest problem in friendships as adults – differences in schedules.
If you’re looking for something new to experience with the gang, take everyone to WiiJUMP Trampoline Park in Festival Mall, Alabang. The biggest trampoline park in the country and with 11 different areas, the place is sure to bring out your inner child.
Trampoline activities at WiiJUMP
The free zone
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WiiJUMP has a vast free zone where you can just jump to your heart’s content. If you want to have a more adventurous trampoline experience, you can try their V trampoline or their island zone with uneven trampolines to put your newfound skills to the test.
Your parkour practitioner or athletic friends can also try out WiiJUMP’s Olympic trampoline, which makes sure that they can perform tricks without anyone getting in their way.
Image adapted from: WiiJUMP Philippines
For a fun group activity, you can also play dodgeball or shoot hoops while still being on the trampolines.
Other fun areas to check out
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There are also other non-trampoline activities to enjoy at WiiJUMP. To challenge your strategic thinking skills, you can get on their climbing wall or their ninja course.
If you’re too tired to strategize, you can also opt to just fool around and stick your body on their sticky wall or let yourself fall on a series of elastic nets.
And when you’re tired, you can jump into their foam pit and let yourself sink among blocks of soft foam.
Have a jump party
A group of friends at the foam pit
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If you want to share this experience with a bigger group and get the place to yourselves, you can also rent the place for events such as parties.
WiiJUMP offers two packages which include the use of all 11 areas, access to the party place, games hosted by their staff, and more.
If you’re interested to hold an event at the trampoline park, simply send WiiJUMP an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Restrictions due to the lockdown
WiiJUMP is usually open for adults and kids
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Normally, WiiJUMP is open to adults and kids alike. However, under alert level 3, they only admit vaccinated individuals over 17 years old and allow only up to 30% of their regular capacity to follow social distancing guidelines.
There’s still good news, though. They recently introduced a new, reduced entrance fee of P299 (~USD5.85) per hour on Mondays through Fridays while admission remains P399 (~USD7.81) on weekends and holidays.
Schedule a fun date to WiiJUMP with your friend group
If you’re looking for a new activity to engage in with friends, you should start comparing your schedules to book your visit to WiiJUMP in Alabang.
This huge trampoline park also makes a great avenue to exercise and catch up with your friends in the most fun way possible, all without leaving the metro.
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