Jump to your heart’s content with SG’s largest bouncy castle carnival of the year

by Vera

As more fun things to do over the holidays continue to sprout, Jumptopia: Holiday Village by Kiztopia makes its comeback this season as Singapore’s “largest bouncy castle carnival of the year”.

It spans across a 44,000 sqft space at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Level 1, Hall B, making it three times the size of previous play areas. Jumptopia runs from now until 2 January 2022, so there’s plenty of room and time for you and the little ones to galavant and bounce about.

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15 giant bouncy castles

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bouncy castle
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Maze, swings, slides, ‘rock-climbing’, & more

bouncy castle
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Here, you’ll get to explore themed zones such as Drago’s Adventure Land, Tiger’s Olympic Range, Bell’s Bakery Shop, Happy’s Fashion Maze, and others that are oh-so adorable and designed to a tee. There’s also an adventure zone that features the likes of an F1-racing course with a twist — so there’s fun for not just your little ones, but also for you and your peers too.

Mini ball pits & obstacle courses for toddlers

bouncy castle
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bouncy castle
Photo: @kiztopiasg/facebook

If you’re bringing slightly younger ones, there also exist mini ball pits and simple obstacle courses apart from the usual bouncy castles that will provide just the right amount of challenge for them, all while keeping them safe in a controlled environment where they’re free to roam, explore, and just play as kids should.

bouncy castle
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Claw machines

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Merchandise

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Tickets for this bouncy castle carnival start at S$23 per person, and you may book them on Klook here.

Jumptopia: Holiday Village by Kiztopia
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🕒 10am–9pm (in timeslots)
🗓️ Now to 2 Jan 2022

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