Dynamic movement, play at SuperPark

Finland’s award-winning multi-story indoor playground SuperPark welcomed guests of all ages at its recent grand launch in the Philippines.

SuperPark, which opened its first location in the country at the 4th level of Eastwood Mall in Quezon City, sparked excitement among children and young at heart with its 20 diverse activities that provide a memorable and exhilarating experience.

SuperPark Ltd. chief executive officer Juha Tanskanen shared that they are committed to creating “a world where everyone can experience the joy of movement and play.”

“We are thrilled to open the doors of SuperPark Philippines and share the joy and adventure that SuperPark is known for worldwide,” he said.

PEDAL car track.

Tanskanen underlined the need for physical movement, considering that children nowadays are too focused on their digital devices. Thus, there is a need for an indoor theme park where technology, physical movement and thrill can come together.

SuperPark also features three major purpose-built themed zones that stimulate physical and mental activities while boosting adrenaline through shared engagement.

Children and parents can bond at the Adventure Area’s climbing structures, obstacle courses, digital wall and ball games. Kids can also try the Tapwall which challenges their speed, memory power and coordination. FunBall, meanwhile, tests one’s accuracy in shooting ball pipes.

Those who want to physically challenge themselves will enjoy the Game Area Zone. Guests can enhance their skills and boost their stamina through various mixed-reality and sports games like Cyclobeat, iWall, Skill Hoop, Street Game Court, Superball, Super Dash, Super Pinball and ValoArena.


The park’s Freestyle Hall further combines athleticism with entertainment through a digital climbing wall, a professional-grade trampoline that is safer and hygienic than most indoor trampolines, and another trampoline activity that incorporates Augmented Reality for a more immersive experience.

SuperPark is also the ideal venue for various gatherings, including birthday parties, team-building sessions and other events, allowing guests to unlock and heal their inner child in multiple ways.

Standard tickets are priced at P650 each from Mondays to Thursdays, while tickets are priced at P750 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public school holidays. Meanwhile, guests below 90 cm in height are priced at P200 each, and infants can enjoy the indoor playground’s activities free of charge.

First established in Finland, SuperPark has extended its branches across Asia and Europe. SuperPark will also open its second Philippine branch at McKinley Hill, Taguig City.