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We Review SuperPark: The Massive New Indoor Play Park for Kids *and* Parents

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SuperPark is a HUGE new indoor play park at Suntec City with sports, a rock climbing wall, trampolines, ziplines, and more. Check out this mother of two’s honest review!

I took my two children (ages 4 and 9) to SuperPark at Suntec City with a few of their friends over school holidays in early January. We went during the week when most of the other schools were already back in session. It was a pretty quiet day there, so the kids basically had free rein. We got there at 10:30am and had planned to stay until about 2pm, but when we finally made it out of there it was 5:30pm!

We honestly had such a great time, and the kids got more exercise running around all day than they probably had all break! We loved it! And here’s why…

Read more: The Best Indoor Play in Singapore for Babies, Toddlers & Big Kids

SuperPark has over 20 different sports and adventure activities on offer for all ages

An Indoor Playground for ALL Ages (Adults Included!)

SuperPark is great for all ages, and I don’t mean just for kids. Adults can enjoy the park as well. It’s two levels of unlimited activities, broken up into three categories – Adventure Area, Game Arena and Freestyle Hall. There’s a soft play area when you first arrive for children that are under 100cm, with a giant ball pit and small climbing wall and sliding mountains. Around the corner you’ll find pedal cars to race around the track, foosball and air hockey tables, super bowling (think a giant version of Skee Ball), and a few other fun activities to jump into with your kids.

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The Tube Slide at SuperPark is open to kids of all ages (and sizes!)

Two Huge Floors of Sports Fun

When you head downstairs you start to wonder if this place ever ends! It’s massive — 40,000 square feet!  There’s a hill – yes, I said a hill – and you pull an inner tube to the top and then slide down the hill and crash into padded walls! The heavier you are, the faster you’ll go! Not enough adrenaline for you? Hop on the extended zipline and try your luck at knocking over all 4 padded cubes. Want more thrills? Grab your sneakers from the lockers on level 1 and carry them back down and get harnessed in for the climbing wall (a new SuperPark feature unique to Singapore), or grab one of the skateboards or scooters available and tear up their indoor skate park!

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You can shoot on a “RoboKeeper” on the soccer pitch in the Games area

If you prefer more traditional sports, you’ll also find a basketball court, batting cages, and a soccer pitch. Or burn some calories jumping on the trampolines! Each activity and game is supervised by a SuperPark employee to make sure everyone is following the rules and waiting in the queue.

It’s a full day’s worth of fun for sure, and what I enjoyed the most was probably the fact that my kids spent more than 7 hours running around and not once asking for their devices!

What I Didn’t Like

There are a couple downsides though, which is disappointing since SuperPark has so much going for it! There is not a single water fountain in the entire park! They have a few vending machines scattered around on each level where $2 will get you a plastic bottle of water or soda. Not ideal when you’ve already brought your own water bottle and want to be able to refill for free!

The other disappointment was that there is no café inside. If you want to get a coffee while the kids are running around, or take a break and get lunch, you have to go into Suntec City Mall to fight the crowds during lunchtime. From ages 8 and up, kids can be dropped off unsupervised, but that doesn’t help out the younger kids when its lunchtime and there’s nowhere to sit down inside the park to eat.

All in all, my kids have been begging to go back and it’s one of those places that I’m excited to take them back to!

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Kids Adventure City is part of the “Adventure” area, perfect for younger kids

Important to Know:

  • Cost:
    • $35 for an all-day ticket (Monday to Friday, 10am to 9pm, excluding public holidays and local school holidays).
    • Weekends, public holidays and local school holidays: $48 (all day); $32 (9am to 1pm); $40 (1:30pm to 5:30pm); $28 (6pm to 9pm).
    • Children under 3 are free; ticket cost is the same for adults and all children aged 3 and up.
  • There are NO age or height minimums for the following attractions (click here to see specific requirements for other attractions):
    • Sliding Mountains
    • Kid’s Adventure City
    • iWall
    • SuperBall
    • SuperHoop
    • SuperPinball
    • SuperBowl
    • Hot Stepper
    • Gymnastics Area
  • Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 10am to 9pm; Weekends, Public & School Holidays: 9am to 9pm
  • SuperPark grip socks ($3) are required
  • Covered shoes are required for Clip ‘n’ Climb and Skate & Scoot World (no flip-flops!).
  • Children aged 8 or below must ALWAYS be accompanied by an adult with paid and valid admission.

SuperPark Singapore, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983,

Read more:
Ultimate Guide to Adventure Sports in Singapore

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