Bouncy Paradise, the inflatable playground at Pandan Gardens, has recently reopened in late July 2020 as part of Phase 2 with new safety measures in place.
It has almost been a year since Bouncy Paradise first opened as a pop-up in September 2019. In December of last year, it took up permanent residency at PeopleUp@Pandan, much to the delight of families and kids.
As with all businesses, it had to shut down temporarily earlier in March this year. However, Bouncy Paradise has now reopened and is welcoming back visitors with new safe management measures instituted.
Bouncy Paradise Reopened: Safety Measures in Place
For a start, the reopened Bouncy Paradise now has a limit of just 50 persons within the inflatable playground at any time. This number includes both kids and adults. It is intended to give sufficient space for everyone to spread out and enjoy themselves.
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This works out to around 15 families or less in the 20,000 square foot playground.
With this capacity limit at the inflatable playground, visitors should prebook a timeslot from the Bouncy Paradise website before heading down.
At the reopened Bouncy Paradise, visitors need to check in using SafeEntry, pass temperature checks and sanitise their hands.
Masks are compulsory within the playground at all times.
Rest and sitting areas have also been marked out for safe distancing too.
To maintain the cleanliness of the inflatable playground, sanitization is done between every two-hour play session with commercial grade mist sanitisers.
A full cleaning is done every play day.
Super-efficient Ball Pit Cleaning Machine!
Perhaps what we found most impressive was the way which Bouncy Paradise cleans its ball pits (of which it has many).
It has a specialised ball cleaning machine which sucks in the balls from the pit, sends them through bristles and sanitiser solutions before drying them and sending them out again.
Check it out in action here.