SuperPark Singapore Is Reopening 9 April 2021: Here’s 10 Things To Know About The Indoor Family Entertainment Centre

SuperPark Singapore Is Reopening 9 April 2021: Here’s 10 Things To Know About The Indoor Family Entertainment Centre
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With new management at the helm, SuperPark Singapore will be reopening on 9 April 2021. The family entertainment centre shut down last year during the Circuit Breaker period and decided not reopen when it was possible to do so, much to the chagrin of its many fans.

However, SuperPark Singapore will now be back on Friday, 9 April 2021. If you are wondering what is the TLDR on the indoor family entertainment centre’s reopening, here are 10 things to know about the reopened SuperPark Singapore.


10 Things To Know About SuperPark Singapore’s Reopening

1. Located at Same Premise at Suntec City

SuperPark Singapore

SuperPark Singapore will reopen at the same premises at Suntec City. The centre will occupy 40,000 square feet of space and still be a sports-oriented activity centre with 20 activities spread out over two levels.


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Its address is 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983. It will be open from 11.30 am to 9 pm on weekdays and 10 am to 10 pm on weekends.


2. New Management

SuperPark Singapore will be operated by the DreamUs group under a new license. The Singapore-established group is behind two other popular playgrounds in Singapore – Pororo Park Singapore at Marina Square and Tayo Station at Downtown East.


3. New Addition: Archery

10 Things To Know About SuperPark Singapore's Reopening

A new addition to the stable of activities at the reopened SuperPark Singapore is archery, where participants can try hitting various targets with a bow and arrow.


4. Expanded: Kids’ Gym

10 Things To Know About SuperPark Singapore's Reopening

Parents with toddlers or preschoolers can look forward to an expanded Kids’ Gym. The play area will have a soft obstacle course, small climbing wall and a Sliding Mountain.


5. Trikes Now an Option at the Pedal Car Track

At the popular Pedal Car Track, young kids can look forward to the option of using a tricycle.


6. New SuperShop

After playing, visitors can bring some of the fun home by heading over to the new SuperShop. This retail outlet will sell sports-related gear, stationary and lifestyle accessories.


7. Ticket Prices for Admission to SuperPark Singapore

Juniors (<100cm): $23.90 (Public), $19.90 (*Partners price)
Students (weekdays, excluding school and public holidays): $28.90 (Public), $24.90
(*Partners price)
All others: $33.90 (Public), $29.90 (*Partners price)
Babies under 1 enter free!

*Partners include OCBC, DBS, PAssion Card, SAFRA cardholders and more.

SuperPark full-grip socks which are priced at $3.50 are required for safety reasons. Factor this into the cost if required.

Take note that covered shoes are required for Clip ‘n’ Climb and Skate & Scoot World.

What’s more, in a gesture of goodwill, the new management of SuperPark Singapore has indicated that those who had previously purchased passes / tickets and can show proof of purchase and non-utilisation can reach out to them at hello@superpark.com.sg for assistance.


8. Pre-booking is Required

Take note that pre-booking is required and tickets can be bought solely online. So, if you are intending to make your way down to SuperPark Singapore, make your booking in advance to avoid disappointment.


9. Children who are 8 and below must be accompanied

Children who are 8 and below must be accompanied

Children aged 8 and below must ALWAYS be accompanied by an adult with paid and
valid admission.


10. Face Masks Required

Face masks must be worn by those 6 and above. Mask exemption applies for selected
activities such as SuperClimb, Trampoline and Augmented Climbing Wall. Masks must be worn promptly after.


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