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Experience 21 Jump Street Kuala Lumpur – Jump your way to funland
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This is not an article about the movie; this is about a trampoline park that can be found in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Trampoline Parks are loved by people of all ages, as it takes one’s mind off everything but the instant, the moment where you are suspended in air, screaming in a mix of fear and joy.

Jump Street

Located near the Jaya One building, this urban play area is accessible from any 5 star hotel in KL the likes of Berjaya Times Square Hotel. You can book your session ahead of time, and it is best you get there at least 15 minutes before your time.

Going in

Basically, a warehouse turned into a trampoline park, the place is huge. They also offer trampoline lessons, with attractive discounts for students.

Things to remember

When you are jumping on a trampoline, never try to land on your head. Also, keep an eye out for jumpers near you; this is both for your safety and theirs. Empty your pockets before you jump; be it phones, wallets or keys. Follow the instructions carefully, no food or drink on the trampolines, and definitely no sitting and chilling on one either. Obvious rules would be fair play, no pushing or roughhousing with your friends or other jumpers when on a trampoline.




Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+

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