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5 things to know about the newly opened SuperPark Malaysia

SuperPark Malaysia is finally here! It is the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park in the world coming all the way from Finland.

Officially opened on Dec 6, here are five things you should know about SuperPark Malaysia:

1.SuperPark Malaysia is that place where children, teenagers, parents and even grandparents can play together

The SuperPark story started with Taneli Sutinen, a Finnish businessman. He was sitting in a cafe with a newspaper one day when his 4-year-old daughter grabbed him by the arm.

She insisted him to come and play with her. While he was struggling with child-sized tunnels and slides, Sutinen thought “Why not create an activity park where children and adults play side-side easily”.

Hence, the idea of SuperPark was born and the first SuperPark was opened in Vuokatti, Finland in 2012.

There are plenty of game for all ages!
2.There are three themed areas at SuperPark Malaysia to explore offering more than 20 activities

Overall there are three themed areas namely The Adventure Area, The Game Area and The Freestyle Hall.

The Adventure Area offers exciting play activities for younger children and parents. They have iWall (interactive parkour game), Flying Fox (zip wires), Tube Slides (slides), Kid’s Gym (Toddlers area), Kid’s Adventure City (playtowers), Pedal Car Track and much more.

Meanwhile The Game Area, youngsters can swing for the stands in the baseball nets, hone their jump shot at Street Basketball or compete with RoboKeeper (AI goalkeeper). All performance is measured by the radar and other digital systems so kids can challenge their friends or even parents!

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Teenagers can have tonnes of fun at The Freestyle Hall. They can try the SuperClimb (tailor made fun climbing concept) and the new Ninja Track (warrior obstacle course).

Additionally, they can also venture into Skate and Scoot World, bounce on Trampoline Platform and attack the Augmented Climbing Wall.

Visitors can try to swing their bats and play some baseball.
3.Its skate rink is environmentally friendly and safe enough to walk without fear of slipping
This artificial rink is just like the real deal.

Speaking of activities, visitors can also glide on the one-of-a-kind skate rink. Exclusive to SuperPark Malaysia is the 2,500 square foot skate rink. It is made from an artificial, 100 per cent recyclable and non-toxic synthetic ice.

Environmentally certified, the rink will be able to stand up to the most demanding of athletic requirements.

And the best part? The synthetic ice reacts and responds just like conventional ice! Some of the benefits of synthetic ice is that there is no water. That means it is safe enough to walk on without fear of slipping.

So skaters can stop, turn and pirouettes just as well as the real thing.

4.It caters to wide-range of group activities

There are six party rooms made available for group, birthday or corporate activities. If you are looking for an ideal place for company team-building activities, birthday parties, friends’ reunions or family celebration, this is the place to be.

You can always count on SuperPark Malaysia for that one day fun in Kuala Lumpur.
5.It located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur

SuperPark Malaysia boats a 40,000 square foot site in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Avenue K Shopping Mall.

It marks the the continuation of an international expansion wave that includes, Sweden, France, Hong Kong, China and Singapore.

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Global CEO of SuperPark, Juha Tanskanen said, “Our goal is to share the sheer joy of movement and play with people of all ages and fitness levels. To do this, we’ve created the friendliest activity park in the world, a place of health and happiness where everyone is welcomed like an old friend.”

How about a game against the RoboKeeper?

You can book your ticket here:

Patricia Hului
Patricia Hului is a Kayan who wants to live in a world where you can eat whatever you want and not gain weight. She grew up in Bintulu, Sarawak and graduated from the University Malaysia Sabah with a degree in Marine Science. She worked for The Borneo Post SEEDS, which is now defunct. When she's not writing, you can find her in a studio taking belly dance classes, hiking up a hill or browsing through Pinterest. Follow her on Instagram at @patriciahului, Facebook at Patricia Hului at or Twitter at @patriciahului.