Apparently you can stay indoors and have a bit of fun, especially when SuperPark opens its doors on Nov 17. Forget trampoline parks — this adventure park concept from Finland will feature over 20 activities across three themed zones in its sprawling 40,000 sq ft space at Suntec City.
The brand, which debuted in 2012 in Vuokatti, Finland, has now expanded to 18 sites around the globe, including outlets in Hong Kong, Sweden, and France. The Singapore opening marks SuperPark’s second in Asia (after the Hong Kong one opened last year), and will be followed by a Kuala Lumpur branch in December.
Appealing to kids and the young at heart, the indoor playground will offer day passes ranging from $18 to $40, allowing guests to roam freely and explore the activities.
At the adventure area is where little ones can let loose their energy on the flying fox, tube slides, trampolines, obstacle walls, a pedal car track, and a mini gym.
If you’ve got a bit of a competitive spirit, head to the game arena, where you can battle it out with friends at baseball or basketball. To challenge yourself ninja warrior style, check out the freestyle hall, which features a parkour area, a gymnastics floor, and trampolines with foam pits. Here’s where you can tackle the super climb or best your personal record at the obstacle course.
Not much else has been revealed for now, so watch this space for updates.
[Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect the opening date and location.]
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