Free entry at Lost Paradise of Dilmun
Manama, November 1, 2008
The Lost Paradise of Dilmun is granting free entry to all visitors under 1.2 metres starting November 1 until the end of the 2008 season.
The Water Park said that the offer, which is part of its end of season promotion for 2008, is aimed at encouraging visitors to enjoy the remaining weeks before the Park closes.
"We have decided to grant all visitors under 1.2 metres in height free entry from November 1 until the end of the 2008 season," said Paul Blunt, general manager of Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park.
"This is our way of thanking all the visitors who have frequented the Park throughout the year. Our guests can now enjoy the Water Park with their little ones entering for free."
In addition to the free entry for visitors under 1.2 metres in height, and due to the high demand from our female guests who frequent the Water Park, the Lost Paradise of Dilmun is also introducing a Ladies Day for all female guests and children aged 10 and under.
Ladies Day will run for two Saturdays, on November 8 and 22 from 10am to 5pm. Females over 1.2 metres in height can enjoy the Park for a full day for BD13 ($35) while all visitors under 1.2 metres in height can enjoy the park for free.
"Due to the exceptionally high demand for Ladies Night which ran for three months, we have decided to dedicate two Saturdays in November as a Ladies Day for all our female visitors and children 10 years and under," said Blunt. "This move comes as part of our ongoing efforts to fulfil our visitor’s requests."
The Park is open from 10 am to 5 pm every day, and will remain closed on Tuesdays with the exception of school and public holidays. - TradeArabia News Service
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