Huge Finnish Indoor Activity Park Is Opening Its First SuperPark In Singapore

Trying to find new things to do in Singapore can be a bit hard at times. There’s only so many times you can visit Universal Studios before it starts becoming too repetitive.

SuperPark, a Finnish indoor activity park will be opening in Singapore, and it promises a whole load of fun, rain or shine. With over 20 different activities that requires you to get off your ass and play around, you’ll also be getting some exercise in.

The SuperParking lifestyle is a thing for the entire family – where the young ones, teens and adults can all have fun in one park, whether you’re playing a game of ball or a zipline. It’s like a gigantic ball pit, game arcade, and fitness park all rolled into one for just one single ticket price. You can even take the chance to try out new sports like baseball and skateboarding!

Currently, there are over 13 SuperParks in Finland and another in Hong Kong that just opened recently. And out of the 20 activities in SuperPark Singapore, there are 3 activities that are exclusive to our park – the iWall, SuperClimb and Ninja Track. With so many things to do, it’s pretty impossible to ever get bored at the SuperPark.

Here’s what else you can expect when the park opens on 17 November, just in time for the year-end holidays.

Challenge your friends over at the Augmented Climbing Wall, which also has time limits. Look out for the debut of the SuperClimb activity too!

Pit your balling skills in a game of street basketball. All equipment is included in your ticket!

Practice ollies at the indoor skate ramps. There are also railings for sliding! Scooters are also available.

There’s plenty of slides to keep the younger ones entertained.

And obstacle courses to test their adventurousness (and fitness level).

Do rounds at the the indoor go-karting area.

Ziplining for both kids and those young at heart!

And of course, fly like a bird at the trampolines.

Other than visiting the park with your friends and families, SuperPark also has birthday and corporate packages. Tackling an obstacle course or going trampoline is a lot more fun than paint-balling with your colleagues. Just saying.


SuperPark Singapore is set to open on 17 November 2018 at Suntec City. Day passes are price tentatively from $18 – $40, depending on the day.

Images from SuperPark Hong Kong and SuperPark Finland – actual activities in SuperPark Singapore might look different.