The team behind Airzone — apparently the world’s first suspended playground — have collaborated with Coffeemin (a time cafe concept) to open the newest Coffeemin outlet at City Square mall, right next to the adventure course.
The concept: Visitors pay based on how long they spend at the space, rather than paying per service offered. Because time is money.
It isn’t a new idea, but spending a leisurely afternoon at this casual corner comes at a pretty decent price. It starts from $6.50 per person on weekdays and $8.50 on weekends for the first hour. Each additional 10-minute block will cost you $1, or you can fork out $30 to chill at the 35-seater cafe for an entire day.
In addition to the space itself, visitors have free flow beverages and snacks at their fingertips: These include basics like coffees, teas, canned drinks, water, biscuits, and cookies. Wi-Fi is on the house too.
There’s also entertainment on offer: Whether you’re waiting for your partner’s shopping spree or your kids’ playtime at Airzone to end — you can try your hand at board games like Saboteur, Exploding Kittens, Pandemic, and Monopoly Deal, or take up the XBox remote to get in the game of Resident Evil 5, Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The cafe is also available for use as an events space, with party packages that include entry into Airzone, starting from $620.
Airzone x Coffeemin is at #02-29 City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Rd. Daily 11am-9:30pm.