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Bringing back the fun at KidZania’s Xciting games
August 16, 2017, 1:45 pm
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KidZania Kuwait, the exciting kid-size metropolis, kicked-off its Xciting Games Program today, presenting children with the ideal space to engage in a series of fun sports activities in KidZania, all throughout the summer.

Running from August 11 until September 30, the program features a combination of entertaining sports challenges in a giant setting that will test children’s physical, coordination and team-work skills, as well as their ability to remain patient while completing the task in each activity. The stations included in the program comprise of a giant billiard, bowling and basketball fields that are fun, engaging and super exciting.

Commenting on the launch of the new program, Vice President of Leisure and Entertainment Department at M.H. Alshaya Co., Fernando Medroa said: “Part of our responsibility in KidZania is to offer children holistic entertainment programs combined with learning in a way that aids their mental, physical and social skills. This is why we remain innovative by introducing a variety of fun programs such as the most recent Xciting Games that we are certain children will love.”

The seven-week program is among many other programs at KidZania that are designed to reflect the brand’s core focus on edutainment; entertainment integrated with learning, to give children the opportunity to learn whilst having fun. Among these annual programs are Kids for a Greener World, KidZania’s Summer Camp, and Winter Festival.

At an additional cost, children visiting KidZania during the duration of the program can double their experience by purchasing the “XL Pass” that gives them access to endless fun and free giveaways from KidZania’s National Store Gift Shop.


 

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