Qatar’s 1st snow-themed park Snow Dunes opens Aug 14, 2019 0 3353 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQatar’s first-ever indoor snow-themed park Snow Dunes opened its doors to visitors on the second day of Eid Al Adha at Doha Festival City Mall. Spread over more than 9,500 square metres, the park offers a variety of rides and attractions suitable for the whole family as well as food and beverages outlets, retail store and party rooms. There are Silver, Gold and Platinum packages for individuals priced at QR190, QR240 and QR490 respectively as well as VIP rooms and party packages. Snow Dunes is the third indoor theme park operated by Trimoo Parks at DHFC after The Angry Birds World and Virtuocity. In addition to unique shows and roaming activities, shoppers can still participate in the last raffle draw of the season and get a chance to win cash prizes worth a total of QR 400,000 and a grand prize of a McLaren Spider 570S. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Entertainment shows at malls a hit among kids this Eid Aug 14, 2019 0 414 MME removes abandoned vehicles from Industrial Zone Aug 14, 2019 0 435 Fully prepared for start of new school year, says official Aug 14, 2019 0 568 Dazzling fireworks at Katara Dazzling fireworks light up the sky as hundreds of people thronged Katara Cultural Village on the third day of Eid Al Adha festivities on Tuesday. A large number of people turned up at Katara to take part in various .. Qatar slams Philippines attack QNA Doha Qatar has condemned the attack in the southern Philippines that resulted in a number of deaths. In a statement on Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated Qatar’s firm stance rejecting violence and .. Jailed Saudi activist told to deny torture in release ‘deal’ AFP Dubai Saudi authorities have offered to release jailed activist Loujain al Hathloul in exchange for her video testimony denying that she had been tortured and sexually harassed in prison, her family claimed on .. UK might release seized oil tanker soon, says Iran Iran’s port authority has said the UK might free its seized oil tanker after some documents were exchanged that would help secure its release. British Royal Marines last month seized the vessel off the shore of Gibraltar ..