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KidZania Mumbai readies children for a Better World, opens on September 10, 2013

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MUMBAI: KidZania, a unique and innovative family amusement park, rings in the festive season with the opening of its first centre in India at R City Mall, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai on September 10, 2013. A global award winning concept KidZania Mumbai joins Dubai, Santa Fe, Cuicuilco, Monterrey, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Tokyo, Koshien, Seoul, Kuwait, and Santiago, as the 14th KidZania city in the world. KidZania is all set to present inspirational real-life expseriences to children through role-play where they learn while having fun.

KidZania will be open to visitors from 10 AM to 3 PM between Tuesday and Thursday and from 10 AM to 3 PM and 4 PM to 9 PM from Friday to Sunday and on Public Holidays. Tickets can be availed at the KidZania ticket counter at R City Mall or online at www.kidZania.in.

At KidZania, toddlers 2 to 4 year olds and babies 0 to 2 year olds can spend time at a separate section with play areas earmarked especially for them called Urbano's House, the KidZania RightZKeepers house. KidZania welcomes parents to observe their children role-playing various activities, or spend time in the Parents Lounge. This unique educational and entertainment theme park engages to empower, inspire and educate kids beyond just playing. Kids will get to enact various role-playing professions in a safe, interactive and educational environment.

Babies below 2 years of age are given free admission, and the ticket prices for children, adults and toddlers are as below:

Children (4 to 16 yrs) - Tuesday to Thursday: Rs. 800; Friday to Sunday and Public Holidays: Rs. 950

Adults (above 16 yrs) - Tuesday to Thursday: Rs. 600; Friday to Sunday and Public Holidays: Rs. 700

Toddlers (2 years plus but below 4 years of age) - Tuesday to Thursday:  Rs. 600; Friday to Sunday and Public Holidays:  Rs. 700

Commenting on the much awaited public opening, Sanjeev Kumar, Director & CEO, KidZania India, said, “I am delighted to declare the KidZania Mumbai is now open. We are proud to be a part of this creative and hands-on experience which encourages self-development, community awareness and collaboration. We thank our investors, Industry Partners and the team who worked closely with us and supported us to create a better world for the youth of India! Team KidZania Mumbai looks forward to empowering children through role play activities where they learn while having fun, and welcomes them to come and have a great experience along with family and friends."

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