Several hundreds of tourists exploring the Arabian Gulf on board regional cruises visited Qatar last week.
Hamad International Airport has been awarded Best Airport Award during the first Future Travel Experience (FTE) Asia Awards ceremony, held in Singapore on 18th November 2015.
Qatar Airways will double its services to Australia next year, by including more flights to Sydney in March and Adelaide in May, as it tries to narrow down the advantage now enjoyed by some of the flag-carries in the UAE, on connecting flights between Australia and Europe.
Most important stadium construction sites are evolving rapidly and will rapidly take shape on the ground.
Construction work on Doha Metro is currently in full zoom and the first phase of the project will be ready by end of 2019.
While you visit Qatar, tourists can explore the natural environment of Qatar by taking an exciting desert safari, relaxing at the many beaches and pools or just enjoying their favourite sport, be it bowling alleys, tennis, snookers, billiards, golf courses, or ice skating rinks. There is something for everyone in this wonderful place. Doha, the capital of Quatar is located halfway down the east coast of peninsula. Doha is an important commercial and Cultural center and is connected in an excellent manner with the outside world through state-of-the art seaports, airports and telephone links. read more
Marroub Fort located on the west coast of Quatar and was built during the Abbasside period on the foundations of an older fort. It carries the inscription of Abbasside architectural style. Located along the northern side of the Fort, about 250 houses are grouped together so as to form an arch. read more
Situated on the bank of the Arabian Gulf, Doha, the Capital city of Qatar is one of the choicest destinations to visit and live. Teeming with activity, Doha for long has been known as one of the most 'eventful' pearl fishing villages in the South East Arabia of the Persian Gulf.