Spring Festival spreads joy at Souq Waqif and Souq Al Wakrah

Spring Festival spreads joy at Souq Waqif and Souq Al Wakrah

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

The Spring Festival kicked off at the Souq Waqif and Souq Al Wakrah on Saturday, December 21.

The festival, which is being held by the Organizing Committee of the Private Engineering Office, is set to run until January 4, 2020.

The festival features some entertainment activities for families, including circus shows, parades, minds and skills games.

Visitors can also witness wild animals like lion and tiger at the circus shows.

Souq Al Wakrah

There will also be traditional performances from different parts of the world, which is one of the highlights of this year's Spring Festival. 

If you are looking for some adventure, you can visit Souq Al Wakra to experience water sports including kayaking and boating. Children will also get to enjoy water sports including inflatable rides along with other activities such as horse, camel, and pony rides.

Souq Waqif

The Spring Festival at Souq Waqif and Souq Al Wakra will be open to the public every day from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

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