The seasonal weekend market 'MIA Park Bazaar' is back

The seasonal weekend market 'MIA Park Bazaar' is back

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

This year’s Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) Park Bazaar, a seasonal weekend market, is proving popular since it opened to the public last weekend. For home-based business owners especially, it has proven to be an opportunity to boost trade and increase exposure.

MIA PARK

Started on Friday, January  3, 2020, MIA Park Bazaar is set to take place every weekend on Fridays (2 pm – 8 pm) and Saturdays (12 pm – 8 pm) until April 25, 2020.

MIA Bazaar has got a vibrant mix of 120 stalls and new ones will constantly pop up. MIA Park Bazaar is a modern version of the old souq tradition.

MIA PARK

The stalls are offering a wide range of gastronomies from all over the world.

MIA PARK

You can also browse and grab handcrafted artifacts, accessories, canvases, fashion wears, designer ornaments. If you’re looking for significant or customized presents for your precious ones, the bazaar offers a huge range of products for all the age groups. 

MIA PARK

Enjoy some Karak with a dramatic view of the Doha skyline and cherish some quality time with your family or friends as the mercury drops!

MIA PARK

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