3 things you need to know

Young Parents (Singapore) - - #Mumgoals -

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.

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