Celebrate National Sports Day and get active with Mirqab Mall

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

To mark Qatar’s National Sports Day on the 12th of February, Mirqab Mall will host an action-packed day of activities for all the family.

The Mall will be full of activity, hosting an indoor paddling bike area in the Atrium, as well as a pop-up soft-play obstacle course area where children can test their physical skills and a football pitch for fans to showcase their skills.

Get Bouncy in the Obstacle Course

The obstacle course is a special play area with soft paddings where your energetic kids can really test their physical abilities. Discover their extent of fitness, the sharpness of their reflexes and their balancing skills by challenging them to the obstacle course. Admission for 4-12 year olds only.

Time: 4pm-9pm

Location: Dome

Age Limit: Admission for 4-12 year olds only

Dates: February 12 – 14, 2019

Free of Charge

Test Your Football Skills in the Atrium

Test your football skills and prove your accuracy by shooting goals. If your skills are judged to be worthy, you will have a chance to win prizes from Mirqab Mall!

Time: 4pm-9pm              

Location: Dome

Age Limit: Participants should be aged 12 years and above

Dates: February 12

Free of Charge

Zumba For All

Stretch your body and dance to the beats! This dance routine that doubles as a workout will be thoroughly enjoyable as much as it will benefiting to your body. Join Mirqab Mall on the mezzanine floor for a free Zumba class.

Time: 7:30 pm

Location: Mezzanine Floor, Near Go Sport

Age Limit: 6 years and above

Dates: February 12

Free of Charge

Walk On With Olive Suno Radio

This interactive walk will course through the ground floor of the mall from 6 pm to 9 pm with delightful surprises and prizes along the excursion. Register now at the Mirqab Mall Customer Service desk on the ground floor.

Time: 6pm – 9pm

Location: Starts on the Ground Floor 

Age Limit: 6 years and above

Dates: February 12

Free of Charge

The Paddle Race

It’s hard not to spot the inflatable race track in the Atrium. Hop onto one of the paddling bikes imported straight from Europe and race other drivers to the finish line. The rush will exhilarate you. Happy racing!

Time: 10 am – 11 pm 

Location: Atrium  

Age Limit: 5 years and above

Dates: February 12 - March 12, 2019

Price: 20 QAR for 10 rounds


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By Molten Metal• 4 days 15 hours ago.
Molten Metal

Yes, It is ..........

By Britonie• 5 days 13 hours ago.

Full enjoyment for full family.

By Molten Metal• 5 days 18 hours ago.
Molten Metal

You are welcome ............. .........

By zainadham• 6 days 7 hours ago.

Excited so much oh yea really .....................





By zainadham• 6 days 7 hours ago.

great work.





By zainadham• 6 days 7 hours ago.

thanks to you.

By Molten Metal• 6 days 16 hours ago.
Molten Metal

Excited so much oh yea really .....................

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