Prior to its opening, I remember chancing upon SuperPark on social media and from first impressions alone, I automatically likened it to another indoor activity park in Subang that I’ve visited: EnerZ.

Now having been to both, I can safely say that SuperPark is far larger and more well-equipped with activities as well.

I mean, it even comes with its own ice skating rink—but more on that later.

Originating from Finland, the park will officially open to the public on December 8 but the DiscoverKL team got a sneak preview of the 40,000 square foot arena 2 days prior to the launch.

Located in Avenue K, it encompasses 2 floors on the 4th level of the mall.

It is further divided into 3 themed areas: The Adventure Area, The Game Area and The Freestyle Hall, and has 26 activities in total:

  1. Adventure City
  2. Skate And Scoot World
  3. Superball
  4. Superhoop
  5. Kids Gym
  6. Sliding Mountain
  7. Super Pinball
  8. Ninja Track
  9. Kids Trampoline
  10. Street Basketball
  11. Flying Fox
  12. Air Hockey
  13. Foosball
  14. Street Soccer Court
  15. Pedal Car
  16. Disc Golf
  17. Ice Skating
  18. Kids Gymnastic
  19. Augmented Climbing Wall
  20. Robokeeper
  21. Tube Slide
  22. Superclimb
  23. Baseball
  24. Trampoline
  25. Super Bowling
  26. I-Wall

Though most of the activities are better suited for kids, adults and older kids can also have a go at them. Our picks are the trampoline zone, ice skating rink, rock climbing wall and the skateboard park.

Being the 2nd activity park in Southeast Asia (Singapore takes the spot for being the first in our region), what’s exclusive to KL is the ice skating rink. Made of 100% recyclable and non-toxic synthetic ice, the rink is a pretty decent size and can occupy 8 people at any given time.

Fiqar, my colleague, stared longingly at the ice skating rink as I nudged him to give it a go, being an ice skating noob myself.

He shook his head no with a sheepish grin. “I think I’d be there for one whole hour if I enter the rink” he laughed.

And watching the constant flow of eager guests wanting to give the rink a go, I can easily see this being one of the main attractions at SuperPark Malaysia.

If you’re curious to try the park (and its 26 activities) out for yourself, ticket prices start at RM30 and there’s also an option for an all-day pass starting at RM50.

SuperPark Malaysia

Hours: Monday-Friday: 10am-9pm; Saturday-Sunday, Public Holidays & School Holidays: 9am-9pm

Address: Unit 4-1, Level 4, Avenue K Shopping Mall, 156 Jalan Ampang, 50450, KL

Website: SuperPark Malaysia

 
 
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