SuperPark Malaysia - All-In-One Indoor Activity Park For The Whole FamilyBB Destinations, BB Family
Imagine this: you bring your kids to the playground and set them free to explore while you think to catch a break on a bench but then your little ones grab your hands and insist you play with them. Now you’ve got to cramp yourself into the small tunnel. Most parent have probably experienced this at least once. And if you have, you’ll find SuperPark a paradise.
Divided into three different themed spaces, SuperPark offers an array of activities catering to the young and the young at heart.
Packed with activities, the Adventure Area is for, as the name suggests, the adventurous. You’ll find obstacle walls, trampolines, zip wires, pedal car racing tracks and slides, among others.
The Adventure Area even has a Kid’s Freestyle Area, featuring trampolines, foam pit and climbing walls. Little ones can bounce, bounce and bounce some more, and you don’t have to worry about them getting knocked-out by a parkour-practicing-teenager.
Whether you want to hone your skills or challenge yourself, the Game Area has a whole bunch of sporty activities you can choose from.
There’s the usual sports like bowling, basketball, baseball and soccer.
Then there’s Disc Golf, the rich man’s sport with a twist. Instead of a ball, the game is played with a Frisbee.
At the Freestyle Hall, you’ve got a variety of climbing walls, trampolines, foam pit, obstacle walls, a synthetic ice-skating rink and a skate and scoot world.
SuperPark Malaysia - https://www.superpark.com.my/
Avenue K Shopping Mall, Unit 4-1, Level 4, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Mon – Fri: 10 am – 9 pm
Sat – Sun, Public & School holidays: 9 am – 9 pm
Regular (Mon – Fri)
One day (all day access): RM 50
After 6 pm (6 pm – 9 pm): RM 30
Super Day (Sat-Sun/Public & School holidays)
Morning Mayhem (9 am – 1 pm): RM 45
Middle Session (1.30 pm – 5.30 pm): RM 55
After 6 pm (6 pm – 9 pm): RM 45
One Day Ticket (9 am – 9 pm): RM 70
Photo credits SuperPark Malaysia
This article was originally published on BYKidO's blog.