Superpark, an indoor playground / theme park from Finland, have been springing up around Asia like Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Superpark is Different
I must say Superpark is fills a gap in the market with the ‘indoor playground’ market by targeting the teens and adults.
Superpark is Big
The place is huge! Probably the biggest playscape I have been to. (Of course much smaller than a theme park.)
It has so many things:
- Playscape (indoor playground with slides) – Checked
- Ballpit – checked
- Ice skating rink – Checked
- Go Kart (maybe not Go Kart, pedal cars) – Checked
- skatepark – Checked
- climbing walls – Checked
- trampoline – Checked
- Soccer field (and even a robot goalkeeper) – Checked
There are quite a few stations related to sports like handball, basketball, bowling, baseball etc.
No space is wasted! There are air hockey, Foos ball table, and other arcade like games.
Anyway, you get the idea. Instead of going to just to climb walls at Climb Central, why not just do everything here!
It is like the jack of all trades, can one say master of none? Yes and no. The technology they used are top notch. For instance the impact wall is great, but it is just a little small. The indoor playground is bigger than some which may be found in Singapore. The trampoline even has 2 parts one for young kids, another for adults with games!
The only disappointing thing is the ice rink. It’s not made of real ice, probably need some servicing and small.
Some stations are not suitable for younger children though majority of visitors are kids! Adults have a lot to play too!
Superpark in Kuala Lumpur is value-for-money
My children stayed the whole day there so you can imagine it is well worth the RM$50. (Which is less than s$17.) if you sign up at the info counter of K Avenue to get a tourist card, you get a 10% discount even (not sure when the promo is until.). Super value for money if you are organizing a birthday party there! (Even for Singapore, though it is more expensive, if you intend to stay the whole day in Superpark, it is still worth it!)
Highly recommended. 8.5/10
Unit 4-1, Level 4, Avenue K Shopping Mall, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450, Kuala Lumpur
Monday – Friday, 10am – 9pm
Sat, Sun, Public and School Holidays, 9am – 9pm
May Lau said:
Thanks for sharing! Super park looks cool!
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