Riyadh: World’s First ‘Female-Only’ Trampoline Park Is a Hit

The women of Riyadh are swarming into the world’s first ladies-only trampoline park and have embraced a new fun and fitness trend.

BOUNCE Rawdah opened its doors to the public in December, following a special launch night, and has witnessed over 30 million jumps and 10 million carbs being burned in its first month.

The trampoline park and entertainment group offer a fabulous new entertainment option to the female population in Riyadh, while also providing a fun way to stay fit and healthy.

An indoor adrenaline pumping venue, packed with activities, Bounce Rawdah for Ladies and Children (boys under the age of 10), is the perfect place to have fun, get active, or just hang out.

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Mashael Attieh, the managing partner of Bounce Saudi Arabia, said: “We’ve been absolutely delighted by the response since we opened in Riyadh. We have thousands of new customers, who are now part of the ‘Bounce tribe’, and we have had some great feedback from the ladies who have visited us.”

“They love Bounce and are excited about learning new tricks and flips, run the wall and take on the X-Park obstacles. We have recorded over 1.5 million flips on the trampolines so far and look forward to many more.”

The Bounce Rawdah all-female tribe is made up largely of young adults with 75% of the team being Saudi nationals.

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The venue, which features several private rooms and a café to cater for special occasions like birthday parties, has become an instant hit in the city with thousands of kids celebrating their birthdays at Bounce in the first month alone.

The 3,500 square meter venue is packed with 80 interconnected trampolines, a dodgeball arena, slam dunk, super tramp, cliff jump and huge inflatable airbags. It also houses the high-energy X-Park Freestyle Playground (think Ninja Warrior with Zip Lines, Bouldering Walls and the Spider Climb).

Source: Saudi Gazette