Hamad International Airport
Hamad International is Qatar’s new airport, opened in 2014 next to the city of Doha and the glittering Arabian Gulf. Home to five-star airline Qatar Airways, our architecturally...
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Doha Exhibition Center
Located in Doha, the Doha Exhibition Centre is one of the favorite centres of visitors and exhibitors all over the world. Spread over an area of 1500 square meters, the Doha...
Qatar Cricket Ground
Yet to be named, the new cricket stadium is in Industrial Area and easily approachable from any part of the city. It is a couple of minutes’ drive from the Qatar Racing Club (QRC...
Umm Bab Beach
Umm Bab is also known as “Palm Tree Beach” because of the small cluster of palms at the end of the road alongside the small breakwater. From Doha, take Salwa Rd, clocking 29 km...
Simaisma Beach
For this beach, take the highway towards Al Khor, and look for the exit to Lusail International Circuit. Instead of going right on the bridge, go left, until you reach the coastal...
Sealine Beach Resort
Just south of Mesaieed, this resort with a five star hotel, two swimming pools and landscaped grounds, has villas and chalets available to rent overnight, weekends or holidays,...
Ras Abrouq Beach
Ras Abrouq (Bir Zekreet) is a favourite spot for weekend campers. It is located at the very tip of a peninsula northeast of Dukhan (four-wheel-drive is required). Follow the main...
Beach near The Diplomatic Club
he beach at The Diplomatic Club offers a pleasant view of the West Bay Lagoon and buildings from the Pearl in the distance. Sit back on one of their lounge chairs and take in the...
Maroona Beach
his beach is also known as ‘42 km Beach’ or ‘French Beach’. To get there, take the turnoff from Al Shamal (North) Road 42km north of the Al Khor turnoff. There is a small signpost...
Fuwairit Beach
To reach this beach, take the Al Shamal (North) Road past the Al Khor turnoff and after 44 km, turn right at the Fuwairit sign; follow the road leading to a small village and as...
Al Ghariya
To get there, take the Al Ghariya turnoff 4.5 km beyond Fuwairit on the Al Shamal (North) Road and follow the tarmac road, keeping to the right when the road splits. Once the...
Dukhan Beach
Dukhan is the centre of Qatar’s onshore oil industry and at the beginning of the 20th century had the only aircraft landing strip in the country. The security-gated complex owned...
Dukhan Souq
Dukhan Souq is located near the New Dukhan Masjid, Al Khatiya. The total area of Dukhan Souq is 25.624 m2. The below list shows the names of shops (operative and inoperative) :...
Barzan Tower
Located in Umm Salal, this building was previously built as a watchtower in the 19th century.
Umm Tais-Natural Reserves
Designated as a nature reserve and protected area at the time of the 15th Asian Games in 2006, Umm Tais has small islets and sand bars with mangrove forests, beaches, geological...
Khor Al Adaid
so known as the Inland Sea, this breathtakingly beautiful area, surrounded by crescent-shaped sand dunes, is one of Qatar’s finest treasures and a prime tourism asset. A shallow...
Al Reem-Natural Reserves
Represents almost all the quarter northwest of Qatar, where oryx and Arabian gazelles can be spotted. - See more at: http://www.qatartourism.gov.qa/en-us/thingstodo/...
Ras Abrouq Natural Reserves
Ras Abrouq or Bir Zekreet, a favourite spot for weekend campers, is at the very tip of a peninsula northeast of Dukhan (four-wheel-drive is required). Follow the main Doha-Dukhan...
Qal'at Murair
Qal'at Murair was built by the Utub tribe Al-Khalifa in 1778, just two years after their arrival in Zubarah.[2] It was built in attempt to thwart off challenges by the Al Musallam...
Al Zubarah Archaeological Site
The walled coastal town of Al Zubarah in the Gulf flourished as a pearling and trading centre in the late 18th century and early 19th centuries, before it was destroyed in 1811...
Al-Thagab Fort
Al-Thagab is a fort built in traditional style (rectangular ground plan with a tower in each of its corners). Similarily to Al-Zubarah fort Al-Thagab has three of these defensive...
Omani Souq
The Omani souk, reportedly so-called because many of its goods are imported from nearby Oman, sells quite a hodgepodge of items such as desert truffles, dates, plant pots,...
Falcon Souq
This fascinating new souq, next to Souq Waqif, is worth a visit just to see the kind of paraphernalia involved in falconry. All kinds of equipment, such as burkha (hoods) and...