3 things you need to know
How safe is Airzone?
Jumping around on nets suspended up to five storeys high may sound dangerous, but Airzone reassures that the suspended playground is completely secure.
The nets, originally designed as safety nets for trapeze or high wire circus acts, are strong enough to suspend two fully laden single-decker buses lying on their sides.
Airzone conducts daily checks to ensure that the nets are safe for play, and a maximum of 20 people are allowed on each level at any time.
Where can I store my belongings?
You can’t bring your belongings into Airzone, so keep them in the free lockers provided. They are password-protected so you can feel safe leaving your valuable items, including loose jewellery and mobile phones. It comes with a built-in charger as well, which is a nice touch.
For safety reasons, phones are only allowed into Airzone if they’re secured with a hands-free pouch or holder, so bring your own or buy one at the counter for $3 if you want to take photos and videos of your little ones having fun bouncing around.
How much does it cost?
Prices start from $20 for a 30-minute session. It’s better to book online to secure your preferred time slot in advance. Visit www.airzone.sg.