Month: July 2018

50 years of BIG MAC and the commemorative MacCoins

Recently, BEST LIFE QATAR was chosen as one of the few social media influencers in Qatar to join McDonalds in their global campaign for the 50th years of BIG MAC. And to commemorate this international celebration, McDonalds unveiled a first ever food-backed currency – a MacCoin* which could be exchanged for one free BIG MAC

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Kids Cooking Class at Eataly

DID YOU KNOW THAT? Eataly Arabia is hosting a weekend cooking class for kids every Saturday from 11:00am to 12:30pm. Held at their branches in Doha Festival City and Mall of Qatar, kids will learn to appreciate Italian food and prepare their well-loved pizza, pasta and more, the traditional way. Supervised by their resident Chefs,

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KIDS CLUB at Doha Festival City

The Kids Club was officially launched at Doha Festival City during a simple ceremony on the 12th of July, 2018. Attended by members of the media and some prominent bloggers to introduce a first-of-its-kind loyalty program where children will be given exclusive access to unique experiences, exclusive offers and signature services created just for them.

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DAYCATION? A new way to enjoy Doha summer

We know staycation. Now, people have invented another term called DAYCATION for a shorter 1-day only escape within the city or nearby destination. While it’s not really a new term, but for Doha’s busy professionals and parents wanting to have a quick relaxation and bonding moment, this could be a new alternative. The word daycation basically refers

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CROWNE PLAZA DOHA: A FULL-BOARD EXPERIENCE

As Doha’s summer heats up, many families would tend to go somewhere comfortable, relaxing, and cool. Some would opt to roam around the malls, go on a road trip, relax in an open park, and others prefer to have a staycation in a hotel. Just like us, we spent an overnight stay at Crowne Plaza

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Hotel Prices in Qatar

Have you experienced checking-in at a 3 or 4 star hotel and ended up being frustrated with their services and facilities? Aside from being a bit expensive, you realized that they don’t have even some of the basic hotel facilities like a decent restaurant and a non-smoking lobby. If you have been living in Qatar

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