Mina District Beckons Visitors With Ramadan Activities

(MENAFN- Gulf Times) With an elegant atmosphere and Ramadan decors, the Mina District is beckoning visitors to be part of numerous Ramadan activities. The popular landmark offers visitors traditional Arab cuisine at the cozy eateries facing the shore while being caressed by the cool breeze.
The newly opened Souq el Mina embodies Qatar's culture in every sense while imparting a great ambience and a journey of tastes in a fusion of tradition and modernity. Spread over the area and the adjacent Box Park, Mina District has 20 Ramadan activities each giving unique experience for residents and tourists alike.
Ghabga, the late-night meal, is available at Mina Market where friends and family can gather. Mina Majlis is another place where the art workshops can be enjoyed while relishing the Arab architectural features of the heritage buildings.
“The vibe is amazing and Mina District has turned out to be a destination for all. Our kids find Mina as the best place to spend the evening,” said one of the visitors.
The Ramdan activities are held with the participation of more than 80 local commercial institutions and some well-known brands. Mina District is expected to receive more than 15,000 foreign tourists in six cruise ships during Ramadan.
The Souq el Mina is selling traditional Arab clothes at fair prices. Also, the souq has outlets of international brands where visitors can buy souvenirs.
During Ramdan, Mina District also provides an opportunity to practice marine activities in the evening before Iftar by providing kayaks, paddle boards and marine bikes for rent. Other marine sports are practiced at the Box Park until Iftar. The traditional dhows provide unique services including Iftar and Suhoor meals in an exceptional experience for the visitors of the port.
Mina District has cannon firing to announce the Iftar time at the garden opposite the Box Park. The cannon firing is one of the oldest popular legacies that mark the holy month.
The port also provides owners of yachts and marine vehicles moored outside the port by providing a temporary mooring service to enjoy Ramadan events and experience the facilities and commercial units.


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