Indoor activities at SuperPark Singapore
It’s a whole new year…and your kids are probably itching to find something new to do. Instead of having them camp in front of the TV, keep the hyper ones entertained with over 20 fun activities at SuperPark.
From exhilarating indoor activities like a ninja warrior-like obstacle course to an augmented rock-climbing wall, here are some highlights the whole fam can look forward to:
Adventure Area – for adrenaline junkies
Zip through Flying Fox
Adrenaline seekers can head straight to Adventure Area for a range of thrilling activities suitable for all ages.
You can try your hand at an indoor Flying Fox circuit that’ll have you swinging across a rope like Tarzan. To take things up a notch, engage in a friendly competition with your buddies by timing each other to see who can make it across the fastest.
Your inner child will also appreciate sliding down a steep slope at Tube Slide with a rubber tire as your ride. This slide will have you swishing down at high-speeds, so hold on tightly to the handles in case you lose your balance!
Go through the obstacle course at Ninja Track
If watching episodes of Ninja Warrior has you screaming directions and rooting for the contestants on TV, try it out for yourself at Ninja Track. Test your balance and speed at the 3-zone obstacle course here.
See-through tubes to wave hello from above
Image credit: SuperPark
There’s also a Kid’s Adventure City that’s tailored for children. With tubes, tunnels, and slides, kids are free to run wild throughout the day.
Game Arena – action-packed games for all ages
Take your shot at Super Pinball
Get your dose of exercise in a fun and unique way at Game Arena. Put your aiming to the test at Super Pinball, a life-sized version of the arcade pinball game. Instead of the usual flaps that direct the ball, you’ll be taking control by aiming and kicking footballs along the paths to earn points.
Continue with the intense leg action at Hot Stepper, where you’ll have to keep up with the steps shown on the screen in front of you. As the speed continues to amp up, keep score and beat your friend in this dance-off.
Check out the other sporty activities like Superball, Superbowling, and Superhoop – all which requires super zai skills to rack in scores.
Freestyle Hall – for teenagers and adults
Stretch and climb till you reach the bats
Forget the usual rock-climbing walls – Freestyle Hall has an Augmented Climbing Wall that comes equipped with cool projections and digitised games like Whack A Bat, where you have to reach out to various spots on the wall to hit ‘em while being timed.
A must-try is their Trampoline Platform that sends you bouncing sky-high. You’ll get to go wild with somersaults, flips, and turns.
Don’t be intimidated by the pool of black cubes, they’re actually made of foam for you to dive in
For more stunt actions, drop by their Gymnastic Area to practice tumbling and turning, and Skate and Scoot World, which has ramps and rails for you to attempt tricky stunts with a skateboard or scooter.
Family activities and games at SuperPark
If you find yourself constantly searching for ways to keep the kiddos entertained, look no further than SuperPark Singapore. Filled with a range of activities from the kid-friendly Flying Fox to Skate and Scoot World for daredevils, this park is sure to get you hyped and breaking a sweat. Plus, there’s now an exclusive CNY promotion till 29 February where you can get:
- Bundle of 3 Regular one-day tickets at $88 (U.P. $105)
- Bundle of 3 Super one-day tickets at $128 (U.P. $144)
*Valid for same day admission only. T&Cs apply.
Find out more here.
Whether you’re looking for a fun-filled family outing or a day out with your pals, this indoor mega playground is sure to check all the boxes for an epic experience.
Get your tickets for SuperPark Singapore here
Address: Suntec City (North Wing) 3, Tower 1, #02-477, Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038989
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10AM-9PM | Sat & Sun 9AM-9PM
Telephone: 6208 8322
Price: From $28
This post was brought to you by SuperPark Singapore.
Photography by Clement Sim.
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