Aqaba, Jordan – XX August 2018: Eagle Hills Jordan, the largest real estate developer in the Kingdom, announced a series of activities that it will be organizing as part of its festivities for celebrating Eid Al Adha across its developments in Aqaba. The family-friendly activities will be hosted at different times in Saraya Aqaba and Al Raha Village in Marsa Zayed.
As part of the festivities, Saraya Aqaba will be hosting movie nights from August 21st through August 24th twice daily. The first category of movies will be for children and will be aired from 7:00 P.M. till 9:00 P.M., while the second show will be movies for adults aired between 9:30 P.M. till 11:30 P.M. During both screenings, Eagle Hills will also be hosting a range of entertaining activities for both children and adults in order to ensure that everyone will enjoy the Eid festivities within Saraya Aqaba.
During the long holiday and away from the heat, Al Raha Village will host children to compete in its PlayStation FIFA football tournament at The Clubhouse and will have the opportunity to win one of many valuable prizes. The tournament will take place daily from August 22nd through August 24th from 2:00 P.M. till 5:00 P.M. While children compete, parents will be able to use the Clubhouse’s swimming pool and enjoy their leisure time in one of Aqaba’s modern and family-friendly gated communities.
Abdallah Al Fraihat, Executive Director at Eagle Hills Jordan, said: “We strive to continuously engage with and strengthen our role within the communities by hosting a variety of activations and initiatives that appeal to all lifestyles.” He continued, “Hosting these activities on the auspicious occasion of Eid Al Adha reiterates our commitment to building lively communities that provide unprecedented offerings within a modern setting.”
A highlight of Eagle Hills Jordan biggest projects and developments in the kingdom includes; Saraya Aqaba, Al Raha Village, St. Regis Amman and The Residence at the St. Regis Amman, W Amman and The Skyline Residences serviced by W Amman.