Kids will not be left out at SuperPark Singapore for Halloween fun this year.
Its inaugural SuperSpook Junior edition welcomes the young ones to a pumpkin-themed bouncy castle at the kids’ gym from Oct 10.
They can also look forward to Halloween-themed carnival games at the futsal court, in addition to 20 regular sports-oriented activities such as pedal-car racing, tube sliding and trampolining.
SuperPark Singapore is the local outpost of a popular Finnish indoor activity park.
A two-hour play session for children under 100cm in height is $22.90. Taller kids, as well as adults, pay from $30.90.
In the evenings from Oct 21 to 23 and 28 to 30, the park’s scare event SuperSpook will return.
Step into the spooky haunted maze – transformed from its Skate and Scoot Park – if you dare. There will also be two to three roving scare actors going around the two-level space to interact with guests.
Take note that the recommended age to enter the SuperSpook sessions is at least 18. Tickets are at $45 each. Find out more at str.sg/wr9H
Pororo Park Singapore indoor playground, which closed in September for refurbishment, will reopen in time for Halloween.
Get your kids to wear their fancy festive best and join the celebration on Oct 29 and 30. Besides taking part in the best-dressed contest, they can get candies from trick-or-treat stations.
A child and an accompanying adult pay $36. Find out more at str.sg/wr9V
Its sister indoor playground Tayo Station, run by the same management, will also have Halloween-themed activities. A session here costs from $26 for a child and an accompanying adult. Find out more at str.sg/wr9j
PAssion Wave @ Jurong Lake Gardens is hosting its first Halloween-themed kayaking event on Oct 29. Kayak ‘N’ Scream is a twist on PAssion Wave’s signature Kayak ‘N’ Klean activity, which combines water sports with environmental conservation.
In this special edition, trainers will be dressed as pirates and participants, who must be at least seven years old, will be tasked to search for “treasures” – that is, the litter found in the water in Jurong Lake.
From 7pm, there is a Scare-nival featuring a haunted house, a Nerf game booth and craft stations.
The sign-up sheets for these activities are filling up fast, but your family can still walk in for a free kid-friendly horror movie screening and participate in the best-dressed competition. Find out more at str.sg/wr99
This Children’s Day, catch a magic show and go on a scavenger hunt at The Polliwogs indoor playground, which has outlets at VivoCity and Clarke Quay Central.
There will be free popsicles as well, while stocks last. Book a two-hour play session for $23 a child, up to 12 years old, and $12 an adult.
Or join its Halloween-themed extravaganza on Oct 28 or 29, from 4.15pm to 9.30pm. Kids can help to solve puzzles, chase “monsters” and cast a spell to make candy rain from the sky. For $95 a child and $12 an adult, the experience includes dinner, interactive shows and a lucky draw. Find out more at str.sg/wrFX