is a common expression of any returning visitor.The first thought that would cross your mind upon thinking of an Arabian country is ridding through the red sand dunes on a camel back. Apparently, Qatar has a lot more that the sand dunes. The country has a perfect balance between the new flanged architecture and primordial ethics.
People often paint a different picture regarding the country, they lead you to the point in believing that Qatar is an extremely strict country “That’s certainly is not the case” Although, the culture and traditions are far more different to Western values, you will inquisitively admire how preciously the country has preserved its ethics.You are undeniably bound to be astonished to witness how diverse Qatar is, there are people from almost all parts of the world living and working in this Arabian Peninsula.
So, how touristic is Qatar?
Here are the top 5 places in the country that you must visit.
Corniche is a waterfront broad walk that extends along the Doha Bay. Its a place where people come to unwind themselves. Enjoy the picturesque view of the skyline of Doha or grab a cup of tea and enjoy the breeze blowing through the Arabian Sea.
Museum Of Islamic Art is an iconic building in Corniche. It represents Islamic arts for over 1400 years from 3 different continents. The architecture of the building was designed by the world’s renowned architect I.M Pei.
“ Souq” in Arabic means Market. Souq is always buzzed with people walking through the narrow alleys of the historical traditional market doing window shopping, or enjoying shishas.
Souq houses various shops, boutique hotels and number of restaurants serving authentic international cuisines like Italian, Malaysian, French, Moroccan etc.
Aspire tower or The Torch Hotel, is the tallest building in the country. Standing 300 meter tall, this was recognised as the focal point for the 15th Asian Games, hosted in the year 2004 by Qatar.
Pearl Qatar, is a rivera style man-made island, spread over four million square meters. Pearl Qatar is the home to massive yachts. You can simply sit in one of the many restaurants or coffee shops, sipping in a cup of coffee by facing the harbour.