‘Seef Properties’ Welcomes Saudi Visitors at Its Malls Starting from May 17

Seef Properties, one of the leading integrated real estate development companies in the Kingdom of Bahrain, welcomed the reopening of The King Fahad Causeway on May 17, confirming that this step would have the greatest impact on reviving the economic, commercial and tourism movement in the Kingdom, in light of the unprecedented circumstances imposed by the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

The Company also affirmed its full preparation to receive the visitors from Saudi Arabia, including tourists and shoppers, assuring them that it is providing a healthy and safe shopping environment for all, and reiterated its commitment to take all precautionary measures, and conduct disinfection and sterilization operations in all facilities of its malls.

This announcement comes simultaneously with the reopening of cinema theatres and Magic Island indoor theme park in Seef Mall – Seef District and Seef Mall – Muharraq, in addition to Jumpoline, the largest trampoline park in Bahrain, located in Seef Mall – Isa Town, starting from the first day of Eid Al Fitr, as per the decisions recently announced by the National Taskforce to Combat Covid-19 in Bahrain.

This also coincides with the launch of Seef Properties’ latest “Shop & Win” 2021 promotion at Seef Mall – Seef District, Seef Mall – Muharraq and Seef Mall – Isa Town, continuing until January 8, 2022.

Through the promotion, Seef Properties offers shoppers an exceptional shopping experience and the opportunity to win valuable monthly prizes, as shoppers who spend BD30 or more in the malls will be granted the opportunity to enter the draw for several prizes, the first of which are luxury cars (Lexus ES 350) for one winner in Seef Mall – Seef District and Seef Mall – Isa Town, and (Toyota Avalon) for one winner at Seef Mall – Muharraq.

Commenting on the occasion, Seef Properties CEO, Mr. Ahmed Yusuf said: “The reopening of King Fahd Causeway is a pleasant occasion, as it is considered a lifeline for the national economy, and our malls, which are spread across the Kingdom, will be ready to welcome all our brothers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and provide them with an unforgettable shopping experience in a safe and healthy environment, in line with national and international standards for combating the spread of Covid-19.”

He added: “Everyone was eagerly awaiting the reopening of King Fahd Causeway, as it is a pivotal moment for the tourism, hospitality, retail and trade sectors, which are anticipating an important economic boom during the coming period, as it constitutes a key cornerstone in the recovery of Bahrain’s main economic sectors. As accustomed for decades by our brothers in Saudi Arabia, Seef Malls will remain the preferred shopping option for families and individuals.

On his part, Seef Properties’ Senior Manager- Property Management, Mohammed Al Qaed stated: “We are glad to welcome our brothers from Saudi Arabia after the reopening of King Fahd Causeway, and at the same time with the reopening of cinemas and entertainment centers for children in our malls. On this occasion, we highly value the national efforts made by the Wise Leadership, the Respected Government and the National Taskforce to Combat Covid-19 to contain the virus and prevent its spread. We, in turn, reaffirm our full commitment to take all appropriate measures to ensure a healthy and safe shopping and entertainment environment, in a way that serves the promotion of public health across the Kingdom.”

“Visitors of our malls from citizens and residents from Saudi Arabia will have an exceptional shopping and entertainment experience, thanks to the malls’ facilities and stores that meet all needs of different tastes and age groups, in addition to rewarding them with valuable prizes with the unique ‘Shop & Win’ promotion, while taking into account our utmost concern for the sustainability of our excellence in the field of applying the best health practices and preventive measures in cinemas, entertainment centers, retail stores and other hospitality facilities.”