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RCO and LPOD officials at the ribbon cutting ceremony

Bahrain's Lost Paradise of Dilmun Waterpark re-opens

MANAMA, March 3, 2015

Lost Paradise of Dilmun (LPOD), Bahrain’s biggest waterpark, officially re-opened on March 1.

The opening ceremony was inaugurated in partnership with Royal Charity Organisation (RCO) headed by Dr Mustafa Al Sayed and represented by Yusuf Abdulla Yusuf Al Yaqoob, assistant secretary general for Planning and Charity Resources Development along with RCO officials and the waterpark management team headed by general manager Pierre Vasseur.

Now in its eighth season, the kick off was celebrated through its March theme “Colour Festival”  where guests were entertained to the beats of the Bhangra and Dhol performers alongside the upbeat performances of energetic Bollywood dancers.

The opening also launched the waterpark’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) campaign “Fun is for Everyone!”

“Allowing us to host the children of RCO in the waterpark is indeed a humbling experience that makes the waterpark business much more meaningful, In addition it also supports in further promoting Bahrain’s very own tourism & leisure sector. Along with the entire LPOD Waterpark management and the essential support of several companies our aim is to inspire and boost the morale and welfare of our fellow beings,” said Cristina Fulgencio, Senior public relations and marketing manager, LPOD Waterpark.

For this season the waterpark continues to offer more than 18 exhilarating slides and fun filled attractions. Focusing on comfort and privacy, the facility now adds family private cabanas and family lockers plus latest offerings on its wide variety of food and beverage menu. For corporate or groups, new teambuilding packages and newly built fully equipped conference room is also opened. – TradeArabia News Service




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