KUWAIT: The Gulf Popular Heritage Festival will kick off tomorrow at the Sabah Al-Ahmad Heritage Village, as several heritage activities will take place for three months. Visitors of this edition of the annual festival will enjoy new expansions and developments recently executed in the village. These include new buildings for entertainment, tourism and cultural events, as well an old Kuwaiti town with all details, big theater and new rest areas.

The village is perfect for all family members as it includes lakes, green spaces, cinemas, restaurants, coffee shops, museums and a hotel. The festival’s deputy supervisor and head of competitions committee Sheikh Sabah Fahad Sabah Al-Nasser Al-Sabah said yesterday that the event is seeing growing numbers of visitors each year, adding that the village is now fully prepared for the opening tomorrow. He noted that the festival will also include competitions for different types of camels, horses, birds and others, focusing on speed, color and beauty. – KUNA