This is no ordinary indoor playground for children. For the first time ever in Singapore, there is an indoor activity park that caters to adults as well as children! It’s called SuperPark and it’s so huge it takes up 2 levels at Suntec Tower One! The idea for an all-in-one indoor park came from a Finnish father, Taneli Sutinen, who got fed-up after trying to accompany his daughter through a kid-sized activity space.
I’m very glad he did get fed-up because SuperPark is really a great idea! There are so many activity zones that you could probably spend half a day here and still not be finished with all the games. I’m also very happy that finally there’s something for adults, because hey you know adults wanna have fun too!
I think if you look at the pictures and videos, you will see how fun it is. SuperPark is most suitable for adults and children that are 3+ years or 100 cm tall. If the child is younger, there are a number of activities that they won’t have the height, strength or coordination to participate in, unless they are dare devils! That’s why it’s free entry for kids below 3. There are no child tickets, everyone pays the same price if you’re aged 3 and above. So, the older and more independent your kids, the better it is for you to be able to play your own games, rather than chaperoning them all over. Better yet, go kid free and really get a chance to indulge in all the activities for once!
SuperPark is divided into 3 main areas : Adventure Area, Game Arena and Freestyle Hall. Scroll down to see pictures of each of the activities available. The photos without the 365days2play watermark are photos courtesy of SuperPark Singapore. You can also tell which are Edward’s favourite activities as there are more photos and videos of him. I think we only covered half the activities available in the 2 hours that we were there because we repeated the ones we liked the most and that were suitable for Edward’s age.
He managed to hit a couple!
You’re supposed to kick the balls to score, but if all else fails, throwing works too!
Poor Edward trying to reach for a ball and completely ignored by Papa! I wouldn’t blame Papa though, this place is so fun!
Oops…Edward was too slow! He needs to play more to train his reflexes!
Luckily the staff are patient and helpful!
The speed of the tube is determined by the amount of wax applied to the bottom of the tube! Apparently they were still testing out the amount to use, that’s why that lady was practically hurtling down the slide. I think any faster and she would have flown right out!
Pedal Car Track
Kids Adventure City
Freestyle Trampolining Platform
Augmented Climbing Wall
Skate and Scoot World
I have to point out though that the pricing is a little on the steep side if you need to visit during peak hours. The cheapest tickets are $22 for 6-9pm on weekdays, while weekend tickets range from $28 — $40 depending on timing. There are whole day tickets too, but if you’re on a budget, a 3-4 hr timeslot is still good enough to get a good feel of the park, plus you might actually get tired after all the strenuous activity and want to take a break. You’ll also need to purchase $3 SuperPark grip socks.
Other Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore
- Pororo Park at Marina Square
- The City at I12 Katong
- The Joy of Toys at Clarke Quay Central Mall
- Tayo Station at Downtown East
3 Temasek Boulevard Suntec City Tower 1, #02-477 (North Wing) Singapore 038989
Monday — Friday, 10am — 9pm
Sat, Sun, Public and School Holidays, 9am — 9pm
Ticketing Info : https://www.superpark.com.sg/ticket-info/