Name: Funny Jump!

Address: 80 Soi Bangna-Trad 56, Bangna, Bangkok, 10260. Thailand


Phone number: 0947804569


Opening Times: Mon-Thur 9am – 8.30pm (if you phone in advance they can stay open till 10pm) Fri – Sun 9am – 9pm (if you book in advance they will stay open till 11pm)

Prices: 1 person for 1 hour 270baht adult, 22obaht student. Instructor tuition 800 baht for 1 hour. They have great group discounts and birthday discounts available. We paid 230 baht each for four of us for an hour. Check their website for more discount details.

BTS: Bang na (You will need to get a taxi from the BTS. Follow the road towards IKEA, passing Flying Chicken restaurant and Royal Dragon restaurant. On your right will be Bangna Trad 56, you will need to do a U turn. Once on Bangna Trad 56 the trampoline park is well signposted).


Release your inner child at this incredibly fun trampoline park – the only one of its kind in Bangkok! Not only is it an hour of laughs and amusement, but a superb work out too. We left feeling achy and sweaty…but with huge smiles on our faces as well.





Located at the end of Bangna-Trad 56, initially it looks no more than a abandoned garage. However, on entering you will be reassured of its trampoline park status by the colourful mats, beds of trampolines and best of all the foam pit. You’re advised to wear clothing that covers elbows and knees, and you must take off shoes.



After signing consent forms and reading the rules and regulations you are free to roam the trampolines as you please. The staff will happily direct and instruct you with the basics. If you want more guidance, instructors are available too.





As you become more comfortable and daring some games can be introduced. A firm favourite was an interpretation of the computer game ‘Mario.’ Where foam blocks are placed between trampolines and you navigate around them ending your journey in the pit.







If this seems far too complex and energy consuming, why not simply have fun trying different dives into the foam pit? The funnier the better.






Finally if you’re feeling really brave, you can be guided to master the art of the somersault (we’d like to add that we all managed to do one)!





If all of this seems far too energetic, why not just sit back at the side and watch the pros show you how it is done? If you want to see more videos from the experts, then check out ‘Trampoline Hall Bangkok’ on You tube.



Staff were extremely friendly and helpful during our visit and we thoroughly enjoyed their company. There is also a small shop available selling water and snacks.


Please note there is no air con, only fans so prepare to sweat as you jump! There also aren’t any locker or changing facilities but we felt safe leaving out valuables as they were always in sight. Go on, have a go.