The Ramadan Market will be held at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre from 10th to 30th May, the organizers have announced.
The event is sure to provide an entertaining shopping experience for local residents, serving as a solid platform for local and international traders and visitors to sell their unique products to the Qatari market.
Organized by QSports, in collaboration with United Expo, the Ramadan Market organizers mentioned that the event’s atmosphere will characterize the holy month with bright lights and Islamic motifs at the venue.
Considered as one of the biggest shopping, food and entertainment destinations, the Market is the ideal venue for leisurely shopping and entertainment experience for families, as the local food vendors remain open from Iftar time until closing.
Children get to enjoy various inflatable activates such as the world’s largest Bounce Kingdome, five mechanical inflatables, two skill games, and special kids’ programme planned for Garangao.
The initiative is based on a unique concept that focuses on shopping with international flavour, with over 200 shops representing different cultures, handicrafts, ethnicity, and branded products from over 25 countries, as part of the event.
Apart from Qatar, other countries to be represented in the Ramadan market include Oman, Kuwait, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, China, India, Bangladesh, Philippines, Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Malaysia, Thailand, Italy and the US. Products and brands from other European and African countries will also be displayed.
One of the aims of Ramadan Market is to promote local and small businesses. Therefore, dedicated spaces have been reserved for local businesses wishing to participate in the event to showcase their products.
Local and international businesses wishing to book space at the event can contact 33666123 or email email@example.com. For more information on the event, visit www.facebook.com/RamadanMarket.qa.
The Ramadan Market will remain open daily from 2pm until midnight from 10th to 30th May 2019. Entry to the market is free for all.