Gulf visitors confirmed that Souq Waqif has been a major destination for them to buy Eid Al-Fitr needs for many years.
Visitors said – in a survey of Qatari media website – that Souq Waqif goods are characterized by high quality and competitive prices, indicating that Souq Waqif is a tourist and recreational destination for them, in addition to obtaining the needs of Eid.
Khaleejis: For these reasons, we come to shop from Souq Waqif before the Eid, for decadeshttps://t.co/Xf4Y9Viwv2 #Souq _ standing #Eid _ Al-Fitr #East _ in _ Ramadan _ is _ not pic.twitter.com/vbBRxq2ozP
- Qatari media Newspaper – Qatar (@alsharq_portal) April 18, 2023
They added that one of the advantages of Souq Waqif is also that it contains heritage goods that remind them of the atmosphere of Ramadan and Eid in the days of the good people, heritage goods that are not found in other places in Qatar and the Gulf.
And Muhammad Al-Qahtani from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia says: We shop in Souq Waqif because the goods are distinguished and of high quality, and the Eid needs are available in the market at competitive prices.
Jassim Al-Ghanimi from the State of Kuwait confirmed: We have been accustomed to shopping before Eid in Souq Waqif for years, and it is a habit that has not been interrupted until now, given the market’s heritage goods that suit the needs of all family members.
Muhammad Al-Rashed from the Sultanate of Oman believes that Souq Waqif is one of the best markets for shopping for visitors to Qatar because the heritage goods it provides are not found in other places in Qatar and the Gulf. He explained that it is not possible to visit Qatar without visiting Souq Waqif, which provides all the needs of the Gulf family.
Youssef Al-Faisal from the Emirates agrees with Al-Rashed that we cannot come to Qatar without visiting Souq Waqif, especially before the festive period, as the market provides everything that the Gulf family needs, and indicates that Souq Waqif is one of the best Gulf heritage markets to bring all the needs of families in the feast. .
Fatima Al-Abdullah, a Bahraini citizen, says that her mother, who is Qatari, used to accompany her to Souq Waqif before Eid Al-Fitr since childhood, and adds: Even after we have grown up, we still maintain this habit and come to the market to shop and buy Eid clothes for our children from Souq Waqif.
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