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Qatar

Qatar caters to travelers with its rich cultural heritage, modern architecture, and shopping destinations ranging from traditional markets to luxury malls. Along with natural wonders and a vibrant culinary scene, Qatar hosts internationally renowned sporting events. The lure of luxury hospitality, art exhibitions, adventure activities, and year-round sunshine make Qatar an enthralling blend of tradition and modernity.

Where is Qatar?

Officially known as the State of Qatar, this is a sovereign country located in Western Asia, occupying the small peninsula on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Bordered by Saudi Arabia to the south and surrounded by the Persian Gulf on all other sides, it stands out as one of the richest countries globally, thanks to the world's third-largest natural gas reserves.

Hyper-modern and typically traditional

A Diverse Range of Experiences

Boasting futuristic buildings, rapid development, and incredible affluence, Qatar might seem like a direct comparison to its glamorous UAE neighbours. Yet, Qatar is more than just a Dubai counterpart - it possesses a unique character and a wealth of captivating nuances.

Qatar enchants its visitors with a fusion of ancient cultural heritage, art, and history, seamlessly blended with ultra-modern architectural marvels and progressive urban planning. A land of striking contrasts, it reflects the delicate balance between deep-rooted traditions and forward-thinking innovation, creating a distinct identity.

Where Should I Visit in Qatar?

Souq Waqif
Surrounding Deserts
Doha

Souq Waqif

'The Standing Market' as it is also known, Souq Waqif is a lively marketplace in Doha, Qatar, steeped in tradition. Lined with shops selling everything from clothing to spices and offering a variety of Middle Eastern cuisines, it is a cultural hub where history meets the present. With its traditional architecture, regular cultural events, such as falconry shows, and an art centre featuring local work, Souq Waqif offers a unique blend of shopping, dining, and cultural experiences.

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