Having closed since the COVID circuit breaker hit last year, SuperPark Singapore is set to reopen at Suntec City on 9 April 2021!
The activities are spread out over three different areas, the Adventure Arena, Game Arena, and Freestyle Hall.
Every activity is supervised by a Superpark crew member so help is always at hand.
The reopening also brings in some welcomed changes including an enlarged Kids Gym as well as new activities such as the Archery station.
The Adventure Arena is where kids can get active with activities such as flying fox, trampoline, climbing obstacles, towers, tunnels, slides, kid's gym, and the ever popular Pedal Car Track.
For safety, certain activities such as the Kids Gym and Kids' Trampoline area have a maximum height so the little ones can have a great time in a safe environment.
The Kids Gym is great for toddlers and preschoolers to develop their motor skills. There's a maximum height of 100cm for this activity.
The Kids' Trampoline area is a freestyle area with trampolines, foam pits, and climbing walls. There's a maximum height restriction of 120cm here.
Drag your tube-tyre up the hill then slide all the way back down at the Tube Slide.
You'll have a fun time trying to make your way through the Kids Adventure City with its climbing obstacles, towers, and tunnels.
Put your agility, strength, balance, and coordination to the test at the Ninja Track.
Hold on tight then whizz through the playground at the Flying Fox station.
Have a race with your friends round the Paddle Car Track.
Challenge your friends in a series of sports such as street basketball, baseball batting cage, or archery at the Game Arena.
There's plenty of sports activities for both kids and families.
And with radars and digital systems to measure performance, you'll know exactly where you stand.
Practice your slam dunks with hoops of every height.
Knock it out of the park for a homerun at the batting cage.
Load your arrows and fire away! The archery station is a new addition to Superpark Singapore.
Other sports you'll find at the Game Arena include:
Aside from sports activities, there are interactive games here as well.
Combining gaming with exercise, you can try your hand at virtual Tai Chi or a virtual parkour race at the iWall.
Bounce your way through an interactive game with plenty of fun missions at the Valo Jump.
iTeacher﹒Lü has over 20 interactive physical edutainment games involving math, physical education, geography, music, motor skills, and cardio.
The Freestyle Hall is home to Skate and Scoot World, the only indoor skate park in Singapore.
You can bring your own scooters, skates, and protective gear here.
Do note that Skate and Scoot World only operates for 1 hour per session on weekdays and you'll need to be at least 120cm for this activity.
You'll also find activities such as climbing walls, trampolines, street soccer, and boxing at the Freestyle Hall.
The Augmented Climbing Wall is a rock climbing wall that has been digitally enhanced with different games for new challenges.
Superclimb caters to climbers of all ages and experience with 3 climbing panels of varying difficulty.
Launch yourself high into the air at the professional trampolines at the Trampoline Platform. Practice your somersaults at the foam pits here.
Train like a boxing pro at SuperBoxer, an AI game that enhances your hand eye coordination, balance and accuracy.
Get in a game of street soccer with your friends.
For safety reasons, many activities have minimum of maximum height restrictions.
Max 100cm: Kid’s Gym
Max 120cm: Kid’s Trampoline
These activities have no height restrictions:
It'll be good, we promise 😊
3 Temasek Boulevard
Suntec City Mall #02-477 (North Wing)
Weekends, Public Holidays, School Holidays: 10am-10pm
Babies (< 1 year old): Free
Students (Weekdays excluding school and public holidays):
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