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The Pearl Qatar

The Pearl is a man-made island that was once a shallow seabed popular for pearldiving. Qatar government decided to enhance the Doha’s coastline into a paradise island and was made possible through the support of the foreign investors.

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Porto Arabia

Porto Arabia has a modern Mediterranean design surrounded by the beautiful and breathtaking waterfront popularly known as La Croisette, a vibrant 2.5 kilometer pedestrianized walkway lined with renowned retail stores and famous dining outlets

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Qanat Quartier

Village feels is what Qanat Quartier trying to give, with the restaurants and shops along with canals, bridges and plazas that were inspired by the Venice charm.

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Viva Bahriya

Viva a Bahriya towers are directly built on sandy beaches giving more access to beachfront.

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Medina Centrale

The best way to describe Medina Centrale is an environmental city in an island. The place is like a park with a wide range of retail, community service and a broad selection of food and beverages.

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West Bay

West bay is the busiest place in Doha. Some offices, malls and tower are located in this area. During morning, the streets are full of people going to their works. Although it’s a very busy area, the view is quite fascinating.

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West Bay Lagoon

West Bay Lagoon is different from the other west bay. West Bay Lagoon is more like a compound. Family is what on management mind when they built the place.

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Lusail is an improving city located in the north of Doha and West Bay Lagoon. Lusail offers tower that has an overlooking view of the sea.

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Qatari nationals often choose to wear the traditional clothing of the Gulf region. Foreign visitors and residents are expected to dress in a style that is sensitive to local culture, with conservative clothing recommended. Men generally wear long trousers and shirt in public. Women`s public attire should fall below the knee and cover the shoulders and chest. Western bathing attire is typically permitted at hotel and club swimming pools and beaches. Close-toe shoes are expected in most establishments.

Shaking hands is the standard form of greetings for non-Arabs, particularly in a business setting. Muslim men and women often opt not to shake hands with members of the opposite sex, therefore it is better to follow locals` lead. It is customary to place your hand on your heart to symbolize a hand shake should you recognize the other person does not want to shake hands. Refreshments are commonly offered when meeting and refusal can be considered impolite. Please note that you should always use your right hand for drinking, eating and shaking hands as the left hand is regarded as unclean. Similarly, you should avoid showing the soles of your shoes or feet.

Working hours for ministers and governmental institutions are 7:00am-2:00pm, Sunday through Thursday. Most international companies and the private sector operate 08:00am-5:00pm those same days. Many private businesses are also open on Saturdays. All establishments are closed on Friday as it is a day for prayer. Please note operating hours during the holy month of Ramadan are greatly reduced. Public holidays include National Sports Day (the second Tuesday of February), Qatar National Day (December 18). Eid Al FItr and Eid Al Adha (dates and length of both Eid holidays vary each year).

Arabic is the official language of Qatar. English is widely spoken and understood, although some official documents will be in Arabic. Road signs and menus are typically in both Arabic and English.

The Qatari riyal, denoted QR, is the local currency. Coins are rarely used and most transactions are rounded up or down. The QR has been pegged to the dollar at $1-QR3.64 since 2001 Currency exchanges and ATMs that accept major credit cards are widely available in major cities.

UK-style, three-pin plugs at 220/240 V at 50 Hz are standard, US and European plugs can also be used but require an adaptor.

Foreign visitors can get emergency treatment for a nominal fee through state- run Hamad Medical Corporation. Private hospitals and clinics also provide a variety of services to visitors. All hospitals and clinics in Qatar have physicians that speak English.

Public taxis are easily accessible upon arrival at Hamad International Airport. Qatar has both a public bus and taxi system called Karwa. Cars are the country`s primary mode of transport and private cars are available at hotels, while taxis are available through both Karwa and taxi apps Uber and Careem. There are numerous rental car companies in Qatar, most with outlets at Hamad International Airport. Visitors can drive for one week with approved licenses from certain countries. Temporary driving licenses are also available for 3 months through the Ministry of Interior`s traffic department. Further details are available on the department`s website.

In august 2017 Qatar`s Ministry of Interior, the Qatar Tourism Authority and Qatar Airways announced that citizens from 80 counties can now enter Qatar without a visa, making it the most open country in the region. Citizens of the 80 countries are no longer required to apply for a visa, instead they will be granted a multi-entrance waiver upon arrival. Depending on the nationality of the person in question, this waiver will be valid for 180 days and will allow the holder to spend a total of 90 days in the country during that time frame. Other visitors will be given a waiver valid for 30 days, with the ability to apply for a 30-day extension.

"The four most dangerous words in investing are: 'this time it's different.'" - Sir John Templeton.
"The four most dangerous words in investing are: 'this time it's different.'" - Sir John Templeton.