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The perfect kids’ party venue?

If you dread hosting a horde of high-energy kids looking for the ultimate party fun, then we have some good news for you. SuperPark, Hong Kong’s largest indoor entertainment centre, has relaunched its party offerings. This is a great venue for kids who love to attack life (and their birthday!) with big energy and loads of friends.

Kids' party at Superpark Hong Kong

The activities

SuperPark is an impressive facility, not only in its scale – a whopping 45,000 square feet! – but in its breadth of activities. This is a place where kids won’t get bored, as there’s just so much to explore. The centre has also done a great job at merging the technologies our kids love with physical tasks – in other words, the gamification of sport is alive and well at SuperPark! Our favourites include:

  • Flying fox (little kids in particular will love this)
  • Skate and scoot bowl
  • AR and interactive games
  • Trampolines
  • Rock climbing

Importantly, it’s an easy space for young ones to be independent in, because there’s loads of smart storage installed. The kids’ lockers keep belongings safe and are opened and shut with personalised wristbands. Even the cleaning and storing has a tech element.

Special kids’ party offers

  • Early Bird – book 60 days in advance for 15 percent off
  • Free Guardian Pass – get five free Guardian passes with each booking
  • Party Package – this includes full-day access to the centre, a private party room for an hour and 45 minutes, food and drink, and a great example of SuperPark’s service motto, which is to let parents sit back and relax and they’ll do the rest!

There’s also the choice to have a hosted session, which gives your kids 30 minutes of exclusive access to selected games (at an additional charge).

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This article first appeared in the October/November  2019 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.