A city rich in culture, undergoing exponential growth, Doha is home to a diverse multicultural community. Fly with Qatar Airways; 5-star service awaits you onboard.
Souq Waqif is a shopping destination renowned for selling traditional Arabic handicrafts and goods, including spices, pashmina's, rugs and souvenirs. It also encompasses restaurants offering international cuisines; Soak up the atmosphere at dusk from one of the rooftop terraces. Participate in Shisha; a traditional water pipe using unique tobacco flavours including grape, strawberry, apple and mint.
Visit the Museum of Islamic Art, the Singing Sand Dunes and Katara where you can immerse yourself in the cities rich and diverse culture.
Exquisite malls can be found all over Doha. Villagio is designed in the style of an Italian city and encompasses a cinema, bowling alley, children's amusement park, ice rink, go karting track, restaurants and a 500-meter long canal with gondolas. City Centre houses an ice rink, cinema, climbing wall, restaurants and over 300,000 sq.m. of shops.
If you seek a more upscale and sophisticated shopping environment; “The Pearl”, an old pearl diving site, depicting Qatar’s rich past in the pearling industry awaits you with 5-star dining and exclusive designer boutiques.
Enjoy a symphony or orchestra at Katara Cultural village, pack a picnic and drive over the dunes to the Inland Sea (a naturally formed inlet of the Gulf). Forget you’re in the desert and visit the Gulf’s most awe-inspiring park. With 88 hectares Aspire Park is the largest in Doha and has the only lake in Qatar, it’s a great place for families.
On Friday celebrate the weekend with the residents of Doha at one of Doha’s luxury 5-star hotels; presenting a feast of divine international cuisines with delicacies like foise gras, sushi and sumptuous deserts.
Currency: Qatari Riyal (QR)
Voltage: 240 V
Plugs: 3 square pin
Language: Arabic, English
Timezone: UTC + 3 hours
International dialing code: +97 4