Hong Kong is now home to the world’s first international Bouncetopia — an 8,000 square feet space with inflatable play attractions. The city’s Bouncetopia flagship store at Airside mall in Kai Tak is conceptualised by Kiztopia, Singapore’s mega indoor playground. 

The highlight of the space is a 54-metre-long inflatable castle, which is supposed to be the biggest of its kind in the world. There are 13 play areas with ball pits, obstacles courses, slides and more that are suitable for children aged 2 to 10 years old.

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Bouncetopia has 13 play areas and a 54-metre-long inflatable castle.

The theme of the Hong Kong Bouncetopia is Tropical Jungle, which is reflected in the space’s palette of grass green and bright yellow with red, orange, blue, and brown accents. There are also two Occupational Experience Zones that aim to develop a child’s social skills, self-confidence, and self-esteem.

Bouncetopia hosts 60-minute and 90-minute sessions from 12pm-8.30pm (weekdays) and 10am-8.30pm (weekends and public holidays). Tickets are available on Klook and are priced at HK$128 (60 minutes for one adult and one child), HK$168 (90 minutes for one adult and one child). Patrons can also buy annual passes and all-day admission tickets.

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Bouncetopia has two Occupational Experience Zones for children and their parents.

Airside also recently opened Groundswell, Hong Kong’s first indoor surfing venue. The venue is spread across 14,000 square feet and has the city’s only FlowRider — a wave machine that simulates surfing conditions in a safe and controlled environment.

Image credits: Kiztopia Hong Kong

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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