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Adventure Park - Lenmarc Mall, Surabaya, Indonesia

Starting from the week before Easter until after Ramadhan, Lenmarc opens up an Adventure Park. This is basically a pop up play area for kids. They have trampolines, water roller (kinda like an inflatable cylinder where kids can climb to the inside and roll the cylinder around), a pin screen area, and a tubing area (down toward a pool of ball), and a separate ball pool so the kids don't get hit by the tuber, I guess. Since the price is decent (IDR 30K for 45 minutes + 15K for parent), we decided to bring the kids there to burn off their energy (school's out since the 6th graders are having their finals).

The highlight of the park was definitely the tubing area. It's so much fun and even the littlest one was excited about it.

Waiting for turns...

Moments before plunging into the ball pool

See that smile?

Wheeee!

Tubing is fun!

The ball pool is also fun.

Come jump into the pool!

Trampoline

Jump!

This is fun!

Pin screen

Look at me!

Fun day! 45 minutes turned out to be just enough for the kids. It's friendlier on your wallet/purse and the kids won't overtire.

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