Ampang Superbowl Malaysia Owned and managed by Royel Departmental Stores Sdn Bhd, which is a part of Nadin Group of Companies. It started operations in 1994 and has since branched out its operations from the retail sector into the bowling industry under its current trading name - Ampang Superbowl.Planning Kuala Lumpur trip won't be overwheling when you use's Insprock itinerary maker.
The first bowling centre opened in Ampang Point Shopping Centre in 2000 and since Royel Departmental Stores Sdn Bhd has fast expanded into Malaysia's largest chain of bowling centres. To date, the company owns and operates 14 bowling centres with 328 lanes in 7 states throughout Malaysia with over 300 staffs.
These bowling centres have been the venue for many state, national and international tournaments. All the bowling equipment at the bowling centres are of the highest quality and standard. The company invests generously into both the improvement and the upkeep of the bowling equipment at all of their operating centres.
Ampang Superbowl Reviews
The payment is expensive per game, the place is outdated, the shoe sucks, the people aren't friendly, the screen doesn't show replay and speed of ball thrown, its disgusting and not worth money at... more »
We went to go bowling, we got there, 2 of us and asked for a bowl for 2 and asked for shoe hire too (which is extra) we then went over to the shoe counter and he’d told us we’d only paid for one... more »
Had a company event here everything went smooth! The food was good amount and tasty. Only comment is the shoes could be changed to newer ones. Otherwise the team was very helpful and accomodating to all of our requests!
My son had his 10th birthday party at Ampang Superbowl and had an amazing time with his friends! Mr. Ravi was wonderful to speak with and was very helpful regarding the party setup. The other staff members had everything ready to go when we arrived and were attentive to our needs during the party as well. There were bumpers on the lanes and lightweight balls for the kids. There was even a staff member that took great photos and videos during the party. Thank you for a great experience!
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