Celebrating Ramadan with a difference in Doha

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Qatar is drowning in Ramadan Festivities with every year offering something to remember! When it comes to our city only the best of everything strikes the chord. So we decided to help you filter down best experiences from around the city- waiting to be explored- Get ready to indulge your senses in these one of a kind celebrations that are just something a little different that leave you with a big smile on your face. 

Ramadan Market:

We will begin with the round up straight from the heart of the city, head to DECC until 30th May for a sensory overload with an entertaining shopping experience for whole family. This surely is the biggest shopping, food and entertainment destinations during the 2019 Ramadan season, covering a wholesome variety of food, handicrafts, jewellery and clothing. In addition to it, expect all the fun and the fro-locks as the lil ones are in for a ball of a time with the biggest inflatables and rides. 

 

 

 

Ramadan Paddling Festival

If you want to avoid crowded places, then head to AL Thakira Mangroves for probably the best excursion to unwind your senses without pinching your pockets. It’s a perfect excuse to gather up with your friends, enjoy a delicious barbeque by the beach and kayaking, with moonlight adding the much needed ambience. 

EmriganSutis Restaurant 

Waiting to tickle to taste buds this Ramadan, head to EmirganSutis Restaurant for an authentic Turkish buffet for iftar. Be swept away in sheer nostalgia this holy month with appetizing and rich cuisines starting at 75 QAR. 

Ramadan Iftar/Suhoor at Sealine Beach Resort. 

Nothing can beat the joy of having Iftar by the beach? Treat yourself daily to an elaborate Iftar buffet at a special price starting from QR 150 and delight in exquisite Suhoor Set menu starting from QR 95. 

There are plenty of reasons to step out and celebrate this once in year fiesta with a difference. You can explore from a range of activities across the capital at q-tickets.com/qa. Ramadan Kareem!

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