Family Fun at SuperPark Singapore

SuperPark Singapore is happening! All the way from Finland, the cool thing about SuperPark is the whole family can join in the FUN!

Let us share why SuperPark Singapore is really SUPER 🙂

Boon Kang doing a flip!

If you are impatient, checkout the YouTube Video first (link)

Before we can enter the premise, all visitors need to sign a waiver first.

Spanning 40,000 sq ft and over two floors at Suntec City, there is plenty of space for us to run wild!

There are plenty of activities (23 listed) for everyone big and small. The activities are categorised into three main areas :

-Adventure Area
-Game Arena
-Freestyle Hall

If you are booking a 3 hour slot, we recommend that you identify and prioritise your best activities first.

The kids chiong (dash) to Superball for their first game. Enter this pit at your own risk, as opponents whack aim the balls at the opposite “screen”. The winner is the team who scores the most points.

Feels like “Hantum Bola”, but please try to aim at the screen and not the humans (no wonder we need to sign waivers haha)

If the queue is short, try the Karts first (Pedal Car). Circuit is short but imagine cycling with your kids or spouse 🙂

SUPERPARK is for everyone

I grab the Mrs for a ride when the kids were pre-occupied somewhere else. OH, some simple bliss and joy from pedaling fun 🙂

For that 5 minutes, we could enjoy some child-like fun, without worrying about the kids. Thank you SuperPark Singapore !


The circuit is tighter than Singapore F1 track, no chance for overtaking. Pray hard the person behind knows how to ebrake hee hee.

Sports Buffet!

Meanwhile, families could dabble in more sports.
We have the usual Basketball, Soccer or Parkour too. There are points system for kids to challenge each other, example different hoops different points.


Toddlers have a mini obstacle course (Ninja Course) at the basement. This obstacle might be too easy for our kids but Boon Xin (No3) still had fun balancing.

Image credit Cheekiemonkies

For the youngest kids, or if you wish something more laid back, try the slopes and ropes. Exclusive to those under 100cm only 🙂

These flying fox human-catapults looks fun and harmless.

Experience something new!

Need to satisfy your adrenaline fix or try something new? There are a lot of rock walls and even skateboards or escooters stunts!

Baseball was something new for all of us, not easy as the ball is really fast!

Ideal for corporate team building events, unleash all the stress!

SuperPark Singapore
SuperPark Singapore

 

Climb and bounce to your heart’s content!

We spent half of our trip hanging around the various trampoline, perfecting front and back flips. ( I think back flips are not allowed as it is more dangerous).

 

Kids would be trying to synchronise their bounce and leaps. Looks Fun until I tried it myself, nearly broke my old bones.

Managed to capture Boon Yee (no3) in his elements!

This is a hitech bounce, kids’ actions are translated into the video game motions. Leap higher to clear the stage 🙂

Another type of virtual wall, flash animations might appear on the wall for kids to catch or smack.

Virtual Parkour anyone? (photo below). It was hard work running and clearing the obstacles, we could safely run along the building edges and even flying fox between buildings!

If you fall or slip, reset and run again.
Interesting experience for us.
The kids’ Spartan experience came in useful :0

This playground (Adventure City) was not opened when we visited. Kids would have fun navigating and chasing each other through the tunnels, slides and obstacles.

We know SuperPark is a success when we ask for the kids’ feedback.

Yee (no3) :SuperPark is a themepark, he loves trampoline and Soccer
Xin(no4) : She loves the parkour(the real one) at the basement, as she can challenge her friends.

We parents are impressed by SuperPark. Many of us are actually young at heart and SuperPark offers much opportunities for parents to challenge their kiddos (or perhaps parents vs parents).

We would like to thanks SuperPArk for the FUN invite. Our family definitely had fun exploring the activities, especially with friends.

Do follow SuperPark Singapore Facebook and Website for the latest updates.

Additional Tips about SuperPark :

1)ADDRESS : Suntec City Tower 1, #02-477 (North Wing)
Singapore 038989

2)OPENING HOURS
Monday – Friday, 10am – 9pm
Sat, Sun, Public and School Holidays, 9am – 9pm

3)TICKETS:

-same price applies for adults and kids (free entry kids under 3 years old)
-Generally, a 3 hour session starts from $22 and a full day session starts from $35

-Tickets differ based on peak (weekends, holidays and school holidays). Everything else is non-peak hours. Do pop by their website for the latest price category.

-To avoid disappointment, book your tickets online in advance

4) Wristbands will be issued to participants. The same wristband is used for locker (unlimited usage) and entry to SuperPark

There is only one entry place, so kids should be relatively safe within the compound. Finding them might be challenging :p

5)Grip socks are required for SuperPark, $3 a pair

6)Shoes are needed for skateboard and rock wall climbing. All other activities just need socks

7) You may read more about SuperPark’s history here

8)We noticed there are small function rooms , perhaps for birthday parties. SuperPark Singapore would be a cool venue to impress your friends.

We met many friends at SuperPark Singapore. These are some of their Fun reviews 🙂

Cheekiemonkies
Life’s Tiny Miracles

ps .. Our family received a media invitation to have fun at SuperPark

T-Play at HometeamNS

[ Media Invite ]

This is not Changi Airport, but an indoor playground in the West.
This is T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok.

The Jumbo jet greeted us as we step into the playground during the Mar school holidays. There were many kids already running around and exploring the playground.

T-Play at HomeTeamNS’s tag line is “Fun in Motion“, and you will agree that the Transport- themed indoor playground will keeps kids moving along (literally).

Immigration counters, train cabin and Space shuttles!

Get ready your Passport and E-ticket to a world of fantasy and Fun (socks are needed)

A lot of tunnels for kids to hide.

Kids could not keep still, they can Run, Jump, Bounce non-stop.


Look outside and you can see real cars (L-plates) and a cute Hometeam-themed swimming pool (Police car, fireman etc)

Although T-play space might not look huge, but cleverly designed floorplan allowed us to maximise Fun, and kids got a lot of space to run around.

As kids stay mobile, parents can remain static at one corner with a sofa couch and enjoy some free time.

My kids loved this swing inside the train cabin, and could go endless rounds. Had to remind my kiddos not to do zipline or monkey-swings in our real MRT :p

Mini rock wall.

Video (link) : Catch the kids inside the Playground!

Who say T-Play is only for kids :p
T-Play has a poster somewhere “Adults friendly” (I am serious!), so parents can try the slides and obstacles too haha 🙂

The bigger “sister” (Admin) will entertain the kids by playing hide and seek or catching. At certain interval, they will organised games for the kids too.

Little ones can play with foams at this corner
T-Play at HometeamNS

T-Play indoor playground is very popular with families, especially during school holidays.

For more details about T-Play at HometeamNS, follow their Website and Facebook. Do refer to screenshot below for admission fees.

(image credit T-Play)

Opening hours :
Mon to Thu 1pm to 7pm
– Fri 1pm to 9pm
– Weekend and PH 10am to 9pm
– School Holidays 10am to 7pm

Address : 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7 S(659003)
Tel 6705 9494/95