Photo Courtesy of SuperPark SG
SuperPark Singapore, a unique, purpose built, indoor activity park for people of all ages and sizes, will reopen on April 9.
Delivering joy since 2012, SuperPark closed last October when its previous holding company could not come up with a concrete plan to restart operations after the circuit breaker period. Now, under the new management, DreamUs Group, SuperPark will reopen six months after closing its doors.
At Suntec City Mall, the 40,000 sq ft indoor activity park will offer new additions such as an expanded Kids' Gym with a soft play obstacle course and a small climbing wall for toddlers and preschoolers.
On top of that, there will also be a new archery play station, in addition to more than 20 existing sports-themed activities.
Play sessions at SuperPark Singapore will be limited to two hours as Singapore has implemented stricter safe distancing measures to reduce the risk of further local transmission of COVID-19, especially for vulnerable segments of the population like kids. The equipment will also be sanitised after every use, as will the entire premise after every session.
Face masks must be worn by all visitors from the age of six, except for selected activities such as trampoline and wall climbing. More information to be found here.
Buy your SuperPark tickets here! (From $23.90 for children under 100cm in height and $33.90 for adults, kids under 12 months old can enter for free)