Bandai Namco launches biggest indoor amusement park in Mumbai
Bandai Namco launches biggest indoor amusement park in Mumbai

Bandai NAMCO, the world leader in indoor Amusement Park & Entertainment Centres, has launched its second centre in Mumbai at Seawoods Grand Central Mall, Navi Mumbai. With this centre, Bandai NAMCO India Pvt Ltd fills a critical vacuum of high quality and safe play zones where the entire family can enjoy hours of leisure time.

NAMCO Seawoods Grand Central is 28,782 sq ft large, making it the biggest Indoor Amusement Park in Mumbai region.

The uniqueness for the visitors, besides the sheer size, is the Kids & Family Play Area “KIDS World” where the children can play with their family. The company believes that like their other centre, this one too will be a central place of attraction for families & friends on every weekend.

Shuichi Kikuchi, President & CEO, BANDAI NAMCO India Pvt Ltd, said, “Mumbai is a vast market where customers look for sophisticated Indoor Amusement Parks that can give them novelty and engagement. Also a complete family experience by adults, youngsters and children alike is very satisfying for a family to visit. We are very pleased to open our large 28,782 sq ft Indoor Amusement Park at Seawoods Grand Central, Airspace and look forward to opening many such centers in other Indian cities in the near future.”

Takeo Yagi, Director & COO, BANDAI NAMCO India Pvt Ltd, added,” Mumbai welcomed us with open arms in Oct 2015 when we opened our first center. We envisaged a much bigger & state-of-the Indoor Amusement Park for our second center. The strategically located Seawoods Grand Central was the perfect choice due to its accessibility and popularity among residents around Navi Mumbai. The centre has Amusement Game Machines, Joy-rides, Go-kart, Carnival games for kids and special attractions for teens & above include Digital Squash, Trampolines, Basketball, Bowling, Ninja Course a VR Driving.”

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