Sunday, August 31, 2014

Jump Street, Malaysia's First and Asia's Biggest Indoor Trampoline Park Official Launch

Earlier this month, Jump Street, Malaysia's first and Asia's biggest indoor trampoline park has officially opened with the presence of our Minister of Youth and Sports, Malaysia, YB En. Khairy Jamaluddin.
During the official launch, the Jump Street Trampoline Park and the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation (MGF) had sealed a first-of-its-kind public-private-partnership (PPP) agreement aimed at identifying and developing athletic talent in an effort to build Malaysia's first trampoline team and to help them qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

The agreement was signed between Tn Hj. Razak Mat Amin, President of the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation and Mr. Duncan McGilligan, CEO of Jump Street Malaysia Sdn Bhd and witnessed by YB En Khairy Jamaluddin, Minister of Youth and Sports, Malaysia.
Before the signing of the agreement, Mr. McGilligan started the event with a speech:
He said that "Jump Street is about making fitness fun. By doing so, it is our intention to play a role in meeting the Government's aspiration of instilling a sports culture amongst Malaysians."

He also added that "As more and more Malaysian's become attracted to trampolining there is a growing and ready pool of potential talent MGF can tap into. Moreover, we are on track towards opening a total of five trampoline parks across Malaysia and even more across South East Asia in the very near future. We hope to see trampolining become as popular as football or badminton here in Malaysia."

Right after Mr. Duncan McGilligan's speech, Tn Hj. Razak Mat Amin, President of the Malaysian Gymnastics Federation followed suit:
He said that since trampolining became an Olympic sport in 2000, many nations have started to develop their own trampoline team. "Moreover, trampolining in itself is also an activity that can help any athletes, regardless of the sports discipline. Many may not realize that jumping on the trampoline helps build balance, coordination, stamina and strength. All these elements are integral towards creating Malaysian athletes that will be world class," he explained.

YB En. Khairy Jamaluddin gave a speech afterwards:
Whereby after the signing ceremony:
YB En. Khairy Jamaluddin officiated the opening of Jump Street Malaysia by putting his John Hancock on their plague:
A little demonstration on our local talent followed next:
Which led to Mr. McGilligan and YB En. Khairy Jamaluddin to have some fun:
Ending with YB En. Khairy Jamaluddin doing a solo jump into the landing pad:
In collaboration with MGF, Jump Street is offering a beginners' trampolining course to members of the public where the six-week program that costs RM300, comes with a basic MGF membership and will cover a wide variety of trampolining basics including trampolining safety, motor skills development and simple acrobatics. Upon completion, participants who find trampolining highly appealing and are keen to develop their skills further, will be given the opportunity to train with experts from MGF where they could progress to a level that can qualify him or her at regional or global events.

Jump Street Trampoline Park Kuala Lumpur covers an area of 37,000 sq. ft. and has 8 attractions area:
The Main Court, a world-class facility with 9,000 sq ft. of interconnected trampolines.
The Wall,3 vertical running walls
High Performance, an area with 6 Olympic-spec trampolines

The Foam Pit, colossal in size with four launching lanes:
Dodgeball court:
Slam Dunk basketball lanes:
Air bag, where it was the landing pad earlier shown.

And The Cage, a dedicated Kids' court:
Please note that jumpers has to be at least 3 years old. If under, they need to be accompanied by a parent/adult.

There's also a Jump Cafe where they serve fantastic coffee:

 Jump Street Trampoline Park is located at No. 8a, Jalan 13/6, Section 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. (Behind Bosch Building where you go in through the same entrance).

Currently, the opening hours are as follows:
Monday-Wednesday: 10am-9pm
Thursday: 10am-11pm
Friday: 10am-Midnight
Saturday: 9am-Midnight
Sunday: 9am-9pm

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foongpc said...

I wanna jump on those trampolines!

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Let's go jump, jump. XD