What to do at SuperPark Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur


  • Asia & Oceania
  • Saturday, 16 Feb 2019

Lockers for your stuff and special grip socks to wear when playing the games.

Are your kids feeling restless at home because of bad weather? For those of you who live in the Klang Valley, this new all-in-one indoor activity park located in the Kuala Lumpur city centre may be a good place to take them to.

Launched in December last year, SuperPark Malaysia is an activity centre from Finland. In his speech during the launch, SuperPark global CEO Juha Tanskanen said that children today are not “moving enough” and that the centre encourages the “joy of play, movement, fun and friendship for both kids and adults.”

There are a total of 18 SuperParks around the world: 13 in Finland, and one each in Hong Kong, Sweden, China, Singapore and Malaysia.

Why you should go

Described as a “hybrid” park, SuperPark Malaysia is purpose built for people of all ages and sizes to join in the fun and keep active. There are over 20 energising activities available for visitors, as well as a 232sq m ice skating rink made from 100% recyclable and non-toxic synthetic ice.

What to do

Dance without getting your feet all tangled up.
Flying Fox zipline.
Kid's Gym. Photos: The Star/Ming Teoh
Street Basketball.
How powerful is your kick?

The Adventure Area offers activities for younger children and parents like the iWall (interactive parkour game), Flying Fox (indoor zipline), Tube Slide, Kid’s Gym, Kid’s Adventure City and Pedal Car Track.

The Game Arena allows youngsters to play baseball or street basketball, or even compete with the RoboKeeper, an AI goalkeeper. Performance is measured by radar and other digital systems, so kids can challenge each other.

The Freestyle Hall offers SuperClimb, a tailor-made fun climbing concept, Ninja Track, Skate and Scoot World, Trampoline Platform, Augmented Climbing Wall and Skate Rink.

Equipment rental such as scooters, skates and helmets are included in the ticket price. All activities take place under the guidance of friendly and experienced staff.

Who will like it

There are plenty of things to do for toddlers, tweens and teenagers, as well as for adults. Families and groups of friends would enjoy trying out some of the games and activities offered.

Getting there

Foosball or Table Football/Soccer.
Ping-pong or table tennis.
Beat the RoboKeeper and score that goal.
Ticketing counter. Photos: The Star/Ming Teoh
The whole family having fun together.

SuperPark is located in the Avenue K Shopping Mall, just opposite the Petronas Twin Towers and Suria KLCC. It is easily accesible by public transport like the LRT and buses. Ticket prices start from RM30, but do check the website for discounts and promotions, as well as surge rates. The price increases when you go on a “Super Day” – Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and school holidays. Tickets are the same price for children (aged three and up) and adults; kids below three can enter free.

Note to parents: Children younger than nine must always be accompanied by someone who is at least 18 years old.


SuperPark Malaysia

Address: Unit 4-1, Level 4

Avenue K Shopping Mall

156, Jalan Ampang

50450 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-2789 1408

Website: superpark.com.my


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