Kicking off in Qatar

The Pearl -
The extraordinary artificial island known as The Pearl should be explored for its luxury residential apartments, villas, hotels, Mediterranean-style marinas etc.

The Museum of Islamic Art -
Housing one of the most comprehensive collections of Islamic art in the world, this spectacular museum is justly regarded as one of the most prestigious found anywhere. 

Qatar State Mosque -
The national mosque of Qatar is the Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque, also known as the Qatar State Mosque

National Museum of Qatar -
One of the finest cultural institutions in the region, the National Museum of Qatar is immediately recognized for its exterior, designed by Jean Nouvel.

Umm Salal Mohammed Fort -
The late 19th-century Umm Salal Mohammed Fort is distinguished by its Barzan Towers, a series of watchtowers built to protect a valley.

Souq Waqif -
You'll no doubt want to take home a souvenir of your stay in Qatar. 

Villaggio Mall -
Those preferring to shop in more luxurious surroundings can spend hours at the Villaggio Mall, located in the Aspire Zone in the west end of Doha.

Falcon Souq -
For a glimpse of Qatari heritage, don't miss the Falcon Souq.

Qatar National Library -
Bookworms can turn a page or two at the state-of-the-art Qatar National Library.

Katara Towers -
The fabulous Katara Towers stand as one of Qatar's defining buildings. 

Banana Island Resort -
You're spoilt for choice in Doha when it comes to seeking out exclusive beach resorts.

Torch Hotel -
Another emblematic Doha hotel property is The Torch. Standing 300 m (984 ft) tall.

Sheraton Grand Doha -
The pyramid-shaped Sheraton Grand Doha is pinpointed by its unusual anvil-shaped roof, from where enviable panoramic views of the city can be enjoyed.

Bin Zaid -
Bin Zaid—or to give its full name, Abdullah Bin Zaid Al Mahmoud Islamic Cultural Center—is distinguished for its mosque, which has a unique minaret design. 

Al Reem Biosphere Reserve -
Qatar's Al Reem Biosphere Reserve is located in the northwest of the country and is UNESCO protected.

2022 FIFA World Cup -
From November 20 to December 18, Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup—the first World Cup ever to be held in the Arab world. 

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