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Katapult Trampoline Park @ ORTO review

When the invitation came to review Katapult, a trampoline park nested in the serene ORTO enclave,  it was hard to resist. After previous positive experiences at a similar trampoline park, we just had to see what Katapult offers.

Katapult is located away from the eateries in ORTO. Head down to carpark B, and you will find Katapult after you pass the longkang fishing pond.
Katapult cafe
The entrance is located on the 2nd level. There are limited slots for each one-hour interval, so the winger suggests calling in early to book a spot. While you are there, you can grab a drink at the catapult cafe. However, do not drink too full; you may do the Merlion while doing your jumps.

Grip socks are a must on the premises. If you do not have them, grab a pair of catapult-branded socks from the counter at $2 each.

Watching the pre-safety video is highly recommended, so you will know what is right and wrong while doing trampoline jumps. While it is a relatively safe activity for kids aged 4 and above, you should follow some safety rules to have a  fun yet safe time at Katapult.
Katapult @ ORTO
Katapult has 30 interconnected trampolines in its massive 14,000 square feet space. It is divided into several areas for jumpers of different levels.

Main court

The main jumping area is the best place to start practising basic jumps. Jumping is a great way to lose calories. If you can jump, land on your butt and be on your feet in one motion,  you will have mastered an essential skill in jumping.

For the record, the kids are pros at that, while poor me just got a butt too heavy to move in any direction when it lands on the mat.

Free Fall /  Bag Jump

This section is best for those practising more advanced skills in trampoline jumping. For example, if you want to do somersaults on a trampoline, we recommend using this section to practice your landing.
2 giant airbags will help you to cushion your fall. You can even request to jump off the 3 meters tall platform into the airbag to start your trampoline session.

Slack Line

There is also an area to help you practise balancing while you walk across a thin piece of slack line. With cushy mats as support, you need not fear falling. Great for those who want to take a break from jumping.

Wall Run

Next to the area is a spot for bigger kids and adults to practice wall running. ORTO is the only trampoline park in Singapore to feature an Olympic for wall running. Simply rebound on the trampoline and run vertically up the wall.
Picture Credit: ORTO

Unfortunately, we need more photos to show you -how to do it, so there is a need for more pictures to show you the know-how.

Slamdunk @ ORTO
Ever wanted to be Michael Jordan but felt you need to catch up to do a slam dunk. Now you can fulfil your dreams with a trampoline at Katapult.

It is a little more complicated than it looks, so expect loads of practice to get it right!


One of the best father and sons activity at the trampoline park is probably dodgeball. It is the only time you can hit the kids without regret. The boys had a ball of a time ganging up to bring this old man down!

Trampoline parks are not just meant for kids; the whole family can have a good jumping time there too!

At Katapult Trampoline Park, you can even organise a kid's party there. We bet that no kids will stay still during the party.

For admission charges and party queries, visit the Katapult website for more information.

Katapult Trampoline park
81 Lorong Chencharu, #01-11 ORTO, Singapore 769198
Opens daily, at various timings

The Wacky Duo were invited for a day out at ORTO, and a visit to Katapult is included in the review. All opinions are our own

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