Child Play Area at Mumbai International and Domestic Airport

 priyanka dalvi

The Mumbai’s International Airport is one of the best airports in India and is equipped with excellent facilities for customers. To take the services further and to meet the needs of satisfying the curiosity, playful nature of children, the Rainbow International School in Thane(Top CBSE School in Thane) has opened up child play area here. The enclosure is manned by representatives, and has several entertaining activities for children, which they can use when awaiting a flight.

The play area has animal-themed toys, slides, books for reading, pictorial dices and stools. There is artificial plantation around. The surroundings are much colourful and eye-catchy. The idea of an attractive child play area in an airport was inspired from the futuristic plans as deemed by honourable and late Shri. APJ Abdul Kalam, the ex-President of India, who had said that creativity, is the key to success in the future.

Safe Toys for Children and All Security Measures Maintained

Abiding by the sentiments of our ex-President and to better the experience of people at the Mumbai International Airport, the Rainbow preschools have launched the innovative play area that will keep both the parents and their children engaged. The unique child play area at the Terminal T2 of the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and the Domestic airport. All the safety measures are maintained in the child play area. The materials, equipments here are completely child friendly. The design of the play area is also such that it allows kids to move freely around without consequences of any harm.

Enjoy Playful Activities at No Cost or Fees

The space is monitored by two airport executives round the clock to take care of the children. This project is a proud moment for the Rainbow International School and India. The preschool aims at giving maximum freedom to kids. Unlike other child play areas that require parents to pay for the tickets or fee to let their children use the facilities, the child play area at the airport is free of any charge.

The children can enjoy themselves and meet new kids around here and interact with their kinds without hesitation. Parents can be carefree of handling their children as they would be in safe hands with necessary security measures present in the space already.

Children of all Age-groups can Use the Child Play Area

Child play area at the International Airport of Mumbai draws colours of the nature and reflects shades of the rainbow in its elements, which is very pleasing to kids. Being air-conditioned space, children need not sweat it out literally but can take pleasure frolicking around without restrictions.

The project is greatly appreciated as an initiative by the Rainbow International School, Thane, which plans to keep the space upgraded with facilities, toys, and activities that appeal to children of all age-groups. Both toddlers and children in teenage or lower age-group can find things that entertain them through their play here.

So, even if parents have grown-up children, they can spend quality time in the nook, with their kids having merry on the swings, graphical jungle surroundings and a lot more.


Rainbow International School Thane

Phone No. 022 61147114

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