The Finnish ambassador to Thailand H.E. Satu Suikkari-Kleven joined an auspicious day at Superpark’s grand opening ceremony, along with Mr. Juha Tanskanen, the company’s chief executive, Mr. Mark Kumarasinhe, chief executive of SuperPark Asia and Thai celebrities at Iconsiam on 27th November 2019.
The latest branch of the Finnish all-in one indoor activity park had reached out and settled in Bangkok.
SuperPark at Iconsiam is its third largest branch after sites in Finland and Hong Kong.
The Bangkok location offers over 25 fun and healthy activities under one roof.
It features three areas, with the adventure area promoting play activities for younger children and parents, including the Flying Fox (zip wires), Tube Slide (giant slide) and Kid’s Adventure City (Finnish design play tower).
The game area offers SuperTennis, or entrants can swing for the fences in augmented Baseball 2.0. Another option is to hone your jump shot at Street Basketball.
Performance is measured by radar and other digital systems.
The third area is freestyle hall, where teenagers can venture into the 7m-tall SuperBigDrop, try Skate and Scoot World, throw hands at AI boxing, schuss using the SuperSki simulator, or do a triple lutz while ice skating. Prices range from 220-650 baht depending on the time and day.
SuperPark opened in Finland in 2012 and now has 16 branches. Of the total, 10 are in its home market and six are abroad, with two in China and one each in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
Mr Kumarasinhe said “the company plans to open 2-3 new indoor parks next year, eyeing South Korea, the United Arab Emirates and India. SuperPark envisions hundreds of complexes in 5-10 years.”