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5 Best Indoor Sports And Games Centres You Can Find In KL

Most people have a fixed routine from Monday to Friday, every week. Get up, go to work, comeback home, sleep and repeat. However, the weekend is the time we can break this routine and try something new. KL is the perfect place to be for something like this, since it is chock-a-block full sports and game centres, coming in all shapes and sizes.

Here, we will tell you about 5 of the best Indoor Sports and Games Centres in KL that will really get your adrenaline pumping.

 

1. Jump Street

Kuala Lumpur’s first trampoline park, Jump Street is one of the places to go for adrenaline junkies. Jump Street has hundreds of trampolines interconnected to each other, all for your jumping pleasure. The even have a foam pit Jump Tower, Giant Air Bag, and dodge-ball courts if that tickles your fancy.
They have three different branches in Petaling Jaya, Johor Bahru, and even in Penang.

Address (Petaling Jaya Branch) : 8, Jalan 13/6, Seksyen 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

 

2. Camp 5

The largest climbing gym in Asia, Camp 5 in One Utama is a 24m high climbing gym which offers many different routes for beginners and professional climbers. It has over 400 boulders and the routes are changed every three to six months giving a new challenge to get ready for. Camp 5 also offers a specialist climbing shop, facilities for events and private coaching.

Address (1 Utama Branch): EZ501, 5th Floor 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Bandar Utama, Damansara, Petaling Jaya,
Selangor

 

3. Lockdown KL

If you like escape rooms then you will love Lockdown KL. You will need to use your critical thinking and problem solving skills to solve the riddles and escape from the specially designed rooms. Lockdown is perfect for both the young and the old. They offer many different scenarios and levels of difficulty so you are free to try and escape a room which offers rather challenging puzzles or truly mind boggling riddles. Team up with your friends, try to solve the mystery and get away. And have fun doing so!

Address: T19, Level 3, Lot 10 Shopping Centre, 50 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur

 

4. The Challenger Sports Centre

This sports centre offers facilities for badminton, futsal, and table tennis. There are four branches around Klang valley, one in Sungai Long, Petaling Jaya, Kepong, and Ampang. Each centre has at least 15 badminton courts, 3 futsal courts, and 2 tables for table tennis. Some selected centres even offer zumba and yoga classes. They also have lockers, satellite TV, cafeteria, and hot shower facilities for a complete experience. Here are some of the outlets:

Address 1: No. Lot 686, Jalan Kuang Bertam, Taman Kepong, Kuala Lumpur

Address 2: 2, Jalan Taman Putra, Taman Dagang Permai, Ampang, Selangor

 

5. District 21

When you want to have a thrilling time with your friends and/or family, that’s when you go to District 21. This indoor theme park can be found in IOI City Mall, Putrajaya, and has multiple attractions designed specifically to challenge your physical prowess and get you to work up a sweat. They have climbing walls, a roller glider, human-powered go-karts, a trampoline field, and more, all within their huge 70,000 sq ft. facility.

Address: District 21, AT 6, Level 1, IOI City Mall, Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort City, Putrajaya, Malaysia.

Life is filled with boring routines; however you need to refresh yourself with a break in routine every now and then. Try out these places, have a good time and make some friends while you’re at it.


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