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Ministry launches Water Park to boost tourism

As part of its efforts to boost tourism, the Ministry of Information in Kuwait, launched a Water Park on the Fahaheel seaside, adjacent to Al Kout Mall.

The park offers free entry to all. Weekends are special with musical concerts being held in the evening, and during Eid Al Adha. Some concerts would be held in the water part, at Kout Mall theatre.

The Undersecretary for Tourism Sector, Jasim Al-Habib at the Information Ministry said that the ministry is working with several government institutions to boost local tourism in Kuwait.

Speaking during the launch ceremony, Al Habib said that there are plenty of people gathering for the event, and this temporary water park would be open for another 45 days, after which, winter activities would begin.

This season there are 200 summer activities lined up, with more in pipeline. The Water Park forms part of the Summer Festival 2016 introduced by the Tourism Sector at the Ministry of Information, organized together with Condor International Gen Trade Company. This is the first festival to be held by the Ministry.

Lifeguards, paramedics, fire-fighters and diving team have been deployed to ensure safety of the visitors. Also, the organizers are available for any information or help, if required.

The Park is open daily from 10am to 6.30pm for families, from 17th August to 30th September 2016.

More information available at Instagram:@Kuwaittourism.

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