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Qatar Airways Holidays launches Ramadan Packages

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Friday, 7 September 2007

Qatar Airways Holidays has launched a raft of special offers for the holy month of Ramadan.

From a lead-in price of QAR 740 for two nights in Bahrain to four nights for the price of three to the idyllic island of Bali starting from QAR 3,600, Qatar Airways Holidays has put together a variety of holiday packages for departures from Doha with all offers including return flights in Economy, accommodation and breakfast.

Two nights in Dubai are being offered from QAR 1,060 while a three-night break in Beirut leads-in at QAR 2,320. Travelling further afield to Hong Kong, on a choice of Qatar Airways daily departures from Doha, a three-night, four-day package, including a day park ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland starts at QAR 3,700.

For those keen on a cultural break covering the imperial cities of Morocco, a week-long package to the North African country costs QAR 3,340, which includes all sightseeing entrance fees.

Qatar Airways Holidays is offering a wider choice of packages covering cities as diverse as Muscat and Tehran to Istanbul and Colombo.

In addition, members of Qatar Airways Privilege Club loyalty programme will be able to earn bonus miles and earn 1 Qmile for every QAR 5 spent on a Qatar Airways Holiday.

All packages are available from the start of Ramadan in mid-September to 10 October and are priced per person based on two people sharing a room.

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