Trampoline Park Philippines

Last week I was invited by FitAccessPH to try out gravity fitness at Trampoline Park (located in Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City). I’ve been hearing A LOTTT of good things about this place from some of my workmates so I had to give it a go!


You can find Trampoline Park in The Portal, Mayflower Street, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City. It’s right beside Starbucks plus there’s a huge sign so you can’t miss it! 😀


This is what you’ll see when you walk in. I went in for Gravity Fitness so the class is by the hour but you can also just choose to jump around freely hehe. See the rates and times at the bottom of this post.


You have to buy their special grip socks before you enter. Definitely don’t want to be slipping and sliding while your trying to jump around 😛 These are P100 and yours to keep so you can use them everytime you visit!


Cubby holes where you can put your shoes! There is no payment for these ones but if you would like to deposit your bags for safe keeping at the reception you just have to pay P20.

As I said before you don’t have to do gravity fitness! Check the photos below for the other activities you can do while you’re there 😀 I really wanted to try Dodgeball!


Annnnnnd this is what the inside looks like!!!



For gravity fitness we had an instructor teach us some basic moves for around 30 to 45 minutes along with some awesome music you get you pumping, hehe. For the last part of the hour we tried out the Foam Pit! 😀



The Foam Pit! My favorite part of Trampoline Park! It’s a little bit scary at first but you HAVE to try it! It’s a lot of fun! Just a small tip: try to land in the right place on the trampoline, this is to avoid falling flat on your face! Hahaha 😛 😛 😛


Overall, I had a lot of fun and I would definitely come back!!! Thanks to FitAccess Philippines for this awesome afternoon! Everyone please visit their website here. You can book a variety of classes with them including Trampoline Park! For as low as P1,200/month you can book 6 classes to some of the top gyms/studios in Manila! You can message them on their Facebook page here or you can message me for more information.

Happy jumping everyone!!! 😀


Opening Times and Rates:

*All rates below are by the HOUR.

Monday to Thursdays: 12 pm to 9 pm | Php 320
Fridays: 12 pm to 10 pm | Php 320
Saturdays: 9 am to 10 pm | Php 350
Sundays: 9 am to 9 pm | Php 350

Fitness and Dance: 6 pm to 7 pm | Php 320
Parkour: 4 pm to 6 pm | Php 450

Kidz (2 to 5 years old): 12 pm to 4 pm | Php 320
Kidz (Saturday to Sundays): 9 am to 11 am | Php 350

Visit their website for more information! Click here.

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  1. I keep seeing the outlet everytime I pass by and have no idea what it is… Well now I know. I live really close by. I take it that you have loads of fun. So when do you plan on going back?

  2. That is super cool to hear that there exists a trampoline studio for adults and kids alike in PH! My childhood would have been happier if we had trampolines. haha I do agree, jumping burns fat fast. Almost all households in Norway have trampolines in their backyards, and they’re strong and big enough to hold adults, too. Did you sign up for classes? I wonder how classes are done. That would have been a lot of jumping!

    1. I agree!! When I was younger I used to live in New Zealand and one of my neighbours had a trampoline and it was so fun hehe. I didn’t sign up for classes but I’m considering it 😛

  3. It’s good that you had fun here. It’s also good that you didn’t get injured while there. There were reports in the past of injuries sustained from jumping on trampolines. And these happened even with warnings. These happened to both kids and adult alike.

    1. Yesss, we also watched an safety instructional video before we went on the trampolines and one of staff also taught us the proper way to prevent injuries 😀

  4. I’ve never been into places like this. And ive never tried playing or even getting my hands and feet on a trampoline. Poor me! Glad that you had lots of fun there, i wish to try it too but too bad im so far from there. I wish trampoline parks will open here in the South.

  5. I would love to go here! And wear the grip socks and be able to take part in this. I have always loved trampolines and I can do many flips on them (even though I may not look like it) LOL. So glad you had a nice time.

  6. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about jump parks like this. Too bad though that I have to wait a lot of months before I can try it. It’s good that they allow kids too. The boys would surely love this!

  7. I’ve seen photos of this Trampoline Park from the snaps of my officemate. It looks really fun and a nice bonding for family days since kids are allowed there too. I didn’t know they were this afordable though. One of these days, I’m going to visit this place and have pure, blissful fun!

  8. I was supposed to go here too with my friends, but I came in late for our meet up time so I wasn’t able to try it. My co-blogger says it’s fun to do especially when you’re with a lot of friends.I love that they have basketball too. I can pretend that I can do slam dunks :))

    1. Yes I do agree that it’s a lot more fun when you’re a big group! Hehe. I didn’t try the basketball 🙁 I was too intimidated haha it looked so high! 😛

  9. Ive read from a friend’s post re Trampoline Park and it was such a fun read. She even had a video of herself and even I was giggling as Ive seen her “semplangs” a lot of times. Such a fun watch. No doubt you had fun as well.

  10. Trampoline park! That sounds like so much fun, I’d love to try it one day. I don’t any around here unfortunately. I shall do my research and see what I find :p

  11. Wow this is something new to me. I’ll be including this on my bucket list when we get the chance to book a ticket going to manila… pretty soon, I’ll surely include this!

  12. we have this in singapore too! i would love to visit but entrance fees are a little pricey. i’ve only played on a trampoline once and immediately after stepping back on solid ground, i realise my legs were very wobbly. Did you experience the same thing?

  13. Oooh I love this. I’ve there’s one close to my home but I haven’t tried it yet. I’m glad I could read about it here first. The place looks really awesome. Must be so much fun. This is a great of working out too.

  14. Oh hey! You seem to have had fun! I don’t think I’ll ever try this, as amazing as it sounds (and looks). My adventure boots are fitting elsewhere, haha! How strong are the trampolines that they have? How many people can get on at once?

  15. Grip socks seem like fun. I have honestly heard a lot about Philippines. People love the place and I really intend to visit there soon.

  16. This looks like a fun activity to go to. I would want to go there sometime. My daughter is just 2 yrs old but I don’t know if this will be a worthwhile experience for her. She might enjoy this when she’s a bit older. Will wait when my wife gives birth too so we can have this as a family activity. So maybe in 2-3 more years? lol

  17. We have one of these in Queensland! I’ve been meaning to visit but never made the time! Reading your post has inspired me to visit next weekend! ^_^

  18. First time to hear tampoline park and gravity fitness. This must be fun, I wonder if you took a video? I want to try and I will make sure to land in the tampoline or my face will get hurt. Heheheh

  19. I’ve seen this from my friends’ posts but I never actually thought that it would seem so much fun. I saw it also from Team Kramer’s snaps when the kids were brought there to play and have fun. I’d really like to try this soon but it’s just a bummer that it’s in Mandaluyong 🙁

  20. Never been on trampolines in my life. I can imagine it would be quite fun though. And also jumping on those trampolines is a wonderful way to keep fit. A fun place to visit this one

  21. This place looks absolutely awesome!! I could see it as a great spot for workplace team-building activities as well!

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