Name: Bounce Trampoline Park

Address:  Bounce Thailand, 5/F, The Street Ratchada, New Ratchadapisek Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

MRT: Thailand Cultural Centre


Phone Number:  02-014-2446

Opening Times: 10am – 10pm

Price: 390 baht per hour (junior 290 baht). You must also buy and wear their branded jump socks, other brands of trampoline socks are not allowed (price 70 baht per pair).


The newest addition to Bangkok’s booming trampoline scene is Australia’s Bounce, opened December 2015. This park provides 5,600 square metres of bouncing fun. Although it rivals other Bangkok trampoline parks in size, convenience and location, its popularity means you are left queuing and waiting for turns longer than at other parks resulting in less bounce for your Baht.

The trampoline park has a range of interesting areas and facilities to explore. There is a free jumping area which contains 80 interconnected trampolines and tumble runs with ramped walls.  Adding to the fun, there are basketball hoops and football nets to add some twist to your bouncing. However, like with all the other areas at Bounce, you can only bounce for 5 minutes at a time before needing to re queue and wait for another turn.

A further two areas are sectioned off for dodge ball, with rules clearly displayed and enforced by Bounce staff.

Unlike the other trampoline parks we’ve visited with foam pits, Bounce has an alternative ‘big bag.’ We found this harder to land on and get out from, but just as much fun. All areas are supervised by Bounce staff to keep you safe.


There is also ‘the wall’ where you can bounce on trampolines and use the walls for tricks, but we felt this was for the more advanced among us and preferred to admire other people’s moves!

Finally, the super tramp and performance trampoline which  allow for a higher bounce and are suited for more experienced sportsmen to practice and perfect their moves. These trampolines were probably the bounciest trampolines we have ever been on.


In addition to the trampoline park, there are also climbing facilities at the nearby Clip and Jump, but we didn’t have time to try our hand at these.


Overall, we had a great time and loved Bounce. It has an advantage over the other trampoline parks in Bangkok due to its more convenient location and wider range of facilities, however, we are unlikely to return due to the large quantities of people that are allowed in at any one time. We felt we spent most of our hour queuing for goes rather than bouncing.