“There is something for everyone at the Eid celebrations in Qatar and with two more days of festivities, there is plenty of time for the entire family to enjoy this holiday,” Hamad al-Khaja, head of Events and Festivals Technical Support at Qatar Tourism Authority yesterday said.
“As more families come out to ‘Capture Joy’ on the second day of Eid, we are delighted to see such great attendance from visitors and residents at the myriad entertainment options available across Qatar,” he added.
Meanwhile, cultural shows continued to entertain large numbers of single workers at the Asian Town near the Industrial Area. Huge crowds of workers, most of them Asians were seen at the venue, yesterday also, the second day of Eid al-Fitr.
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