The shining jewel of Qatar, Doha is a multicultural city, home to most of the country's population as well as expatriate communities from a range of origins. Shopping abounds in the city's plentiful malls, while the Corniche impresses visitors with picturesque architecture and dazzling views of the harbor. Doha boasts myriad cultural facilities, including the futuristic Education City and the National Museum. Having hosted the 2006 Asian Games, the city is home to many sports complexes as well.
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Set in the MIA Park on the Doha waterfront, the museum building stands out as an architectural gem. Once inside, you will see masterpieces of Islamic art, including metalwork, ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, textiles and glass, collected from three continents and dating from the 7th to the 19th century. Entry to the museum is FREE.
Its a Must to go place for travellers. You'll get a good information about Islamic History, art and culture. Its a 4 storey building with different segments almost covering Ll the aspects of Islamic art and history. This meusuam architecture itself is quite beautiful. After visiting museum, you can also enjoy the out park of museum and can have a view of Doha Skyline.
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Souq Waqif a buzzling place not only for tourism. Build in the style of an old souq fully modernized but kept the admostphere of the old times. Use parkings underground very close between the souq and Cornish.
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Visited the Aspire Park with my family during the Qatar Sports day, it was a great and beautiful park within the Doha beside the villagio mall. The park is really very big area with cycling tracks, exercise equipments, Kids playing zones, small Restaurants, running tracks etc.
Families comes to enjoy their food in the green meadows.
(1) Big and beautiful park
(2) Long running tracks and exercise equipments
(3) Good party place and for gatherings
(4) Volleyball court
(1) Parking limitations
(2) No BBQ preparation allowed
4.5 based on 320 reviews
This is a wonderful place definitely worth a visit. If you are Muslm, please come here for prayers.... there is a separate section for women.... and the place could not be nicer. Good to find places in Qatar for spiritual recharge. If you are not Muslim, it is fine to sit quietly in the mosque and pray and meditate. This is an authentic cultural experience and sacred place. It is very special.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
I was lucky to have 2 trips to desert to dessert with 2 companies and I enjoyed both!!!Awesome!Funny and open,extreme and hot!Camel ride,extreme car driving in sand dunes,staying in the camp and swimming in the sea!Just be careful jelly fish can bite you!Sunset is so beautiful,it is great to go there and make million photos,best memories!
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Corniche in Doha is hardly a suitable Promenade area in comparison with the Corniche in Abu Dhabi, for example. Lack of cafes, green areas, benches and even pavements doesn’t make it a good place for walk. Yet it has something to offer though - a great number of dhow boats to choose from. Renting a boat for one hour trip is an affordable and pleasant endeavor. Enjoying sea breeze and city views is particularly recommended at sunset.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
Msheireb Museums are an integral aspect of the inner city's regeneration of the old commercial centre in Doha with its traditional community-based lifestyle. The restoration of the four heritage houses, Bin Jelmood House, Company House, Mohammed Bin Jassim House and Radwani House, into world-class museums forms a vital part of the Msheireb Downtown Doha development.
All 4 houses are well worth a visit to get an historical perspective of Qatar's cultural, social, and historic development. Each of the heritage houses provides a unique aspect of the history of the region: from enslaved peoples, pearl diving, the discovery of oil, educational and scientific development, and traditional family life. Don't miss the 6-minute video in the Company House. Msheireb Museum is centrally located in oldest part of Doha near the Souq Waqif and Islamic Cultural Center and walking distance to the Corniche. Free admission/Friendly staff/2-3 hours to see it all at a relaxed pace.
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This shopping center is so popular and new you can find every brands..There is a small like a lake activity.You can take amazing photos.There are many unique and famous international brands inside.The roof is very interesting.You should visit and feel good.The price is not high.The best shopping center in Doha...
4.5 based on 412 reviews
The museum is a bit chaotic, but has some really interesting exhibits on display. The collection of weapons, books, carpets, furniture and ancient stones are particularly impressive. The museum’s huge space and the number of exhibits which amounts to more than one thousand are a little bit headache inducing, so don’t try to see everything, just focus on what is of particular interest specifically to you. The museum is located rather far away from Doha, but quite close to the Mall of Qatar. So visiting this museum and the mall in one trip seems like a wise idea.
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