SuperPark Singapore Has Closed Down, Landlord Suntec City Mall Confirms
One of the biggest indoor playgrounds here, SuperPark Singapore, closed down after less than two years of operations.
After less than two years of operations here, indoor playground SuperPark Singapore has closed down.
In a statement to The Straits Times, the park’s landlord Suntec City mall, confirmed that the indoor playground has closed on Thursday (8 Oct). ” Mr Anthony Yip, deputy chairman of APM Property Management, the property manager of Suntec City, said: “We took possession of the SuperPark premises on 8 Oct as the operator was not able to come up with a concrete plan to restart operations.”
SuperPark Singapore Closed Down
Spanning 40,000 sq ft across two levels, SuperPark Singapore opened on 17 Nov 2018. The local outpost of a popular Finnish indoor activity park catered to both adults and children.
The news that SuperPark Singapore closed down comes just months after other attractions such as Kidzania Singapore in Sentosa announced its closure in June due to the ongoing pandemic.
Attractions are some of the businesses highly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Aside from Kidzania Singapore, another popular indoor playground, Cool De Sac, also shuttered. Cool De Sac at Suntec Convention Centre announced on its Facebook and Instagram accounts on 25 June 2020 that it will be closing its doors after six years of operations here.
theAsianparent has reached out to SuperPark Singapore and its Finnish parent company for comment. We will update this article as soon as more information is made available.
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