Welcome to the world of Snow & Chaos.Visited on a weekend (26th May 2018).Charged 600 for adults and 550 for kids. 2-11 yrs is the determined age slot for kids.Strategically placed ushers guide you towards Snow Kingdom, located on the 2nd floor. They ask for your details and check with no of guests, promise discounted entry but it just a marketing gimmick.The entry is a disaster waiting to happen. They lack crowd control. The entry and placement of kiosks for baggage/shoes placement could be better. There seems to be no systematic flow or movement of crowd. Upon enquiring the coordinator/crew about the entry procedure he was quite apathetic the way he was handling the crowd.As soon as they call for the times tour, crowd seems to rush for baggage kiosk, creating a stampede like situation. I cant even imagine what will happen if a toddler slips near that counter.After you have somehow managed to handover your bags/shoes, next big task will be getting your winter protection gear(jacket, gloves, socks, winter boots, etc).Though they have seating arrangements, they need to control crown movement/flow to avoid people using elbows to avoid/hit each other. Rather than letting all at once, maybe allow only 10 patrons at a time.They seem to underestimate the footfall for weekend. They definately lacked manpower. However the crew was helpful.Once suited up, you will enter (Without further ado) Snow Kingdom.Its a fun place with some slides, statues, igloo, caves, dancefloor, rock/ice climbing. One would normally spend about 45-60 min. The crowd tends to jump the line, push/shove.The steps for slides are covered with snow and lack anti-skid protection. The footwear does provide fair grip.Entry/Exit point is same resulting in stampede like situation. Visitors are ruthless and selfish.The place is fun but definately avoid visiting on a weekend. You will be overwhelmed with crowd rather then enjoying with your family.