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Two weeks following its implementation, a new law in Qatar governing the entry, exit and residency of expatriates has been amended by the Emir of Qatar.
Ladies Boulevard, part of the Magical Festival Village project, has been unveiled at Katara Cultural Village, Ezdan World, a subsidiary of Ezdan Holding Group, announced.
Organized by the Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA), the first edition of Shop Qatar is set to be unveiled on January 7th, featuring 30 pop-up stores across the five of the participating malls.
The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has activated e-gate services on expat ID cards and passports, enabling free entry and exit of expat residents through Hamad International Airport (HIA).
Three new parks have been opened to public early this week by the Public Gardens Department of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) on the occasion of Qatar National Day.
Qatar Airways has announced daily non-stop flights connecting Doha and Dublin, the capital of Ireland, on 12th June next year.
A mega-cruise ship carrying 3000 or more passengers in addition to 1300 crew members will dock at Doha Port on Wednesday, said the Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) said.
Hamad Port, following its inauguration tomorrow, will get fully operational and will handle all commercial shipments entering or leaving the country.
Doha ranks fifth among top ten cities to live, according to latest survey by Bayt.
With less than a month to go before Qatar National Day, stands for the annual parade are already beginning to come up on the Corniche.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar will be the most compact World Cup in history, allowing fans to watch multiple matches per day, the organizers revealed.
Within a short time, various locations in Qatar will see their first fully automated 24/7 self-service kiosks, which would make international money transfer more convenient.
A project to take fingerprints of expats as they enter the country, rather than waiting for a couple of days to take these at various government centres, has been introduced, a senior official said.
Hamad International Airport (HIA) opened North Node to operations early this year, meeting high passenger demand for more flights, and this makes HIA one of the fastest growing international hub airports in the world.
The new transit visa scheme, which permits passengers with a stopover time of five hours or more at Hamad International Airport, to seek a complimentary transit visa, is effective from today, the 1st November 2016.
Five new hotels and apartment hotels are likely to be built in the under-construction Special Economic Zone (SEZ) near Hamad International Airport (HIA).
Qatar Airways has announced the addition of special weekend getaway flights to help make the weekend trips easier for people commuting between Doha and Dubai.
With the cruise season nearing, Qatar has announced that it will implement fresh procedures to ease the entry of cruise passengers arriving at Qatari ports.
A revised tourism visa scheme is now available to passengers transiting through Doha.
Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) yesterday said that it would relocate to Msheireb Downtown Doha (MDD), serving as a foundation for Qatar’s new financial city.
A range of colourful events and fun-filled activities have been lined-up for visitors and residents across Qatar on the first day of Eid Al Adha festivities.
The first-ever zip-line in the country has been officially launched yesterday at Splash Water Park, at the Katara beach along the south-eastern side of Cultural Village.
The Mall of Qatar will house seven wonderful contemporary art pieces, which would also double-up as lighting fixtures installed within the domed rotundas through the mall.
With Eid Al Adha approaching, the Emiri Diwan has announced the Eid holidays.
More than 1000 cyclists from 75 countries are competing for the coveted rainbow jersey, during a competition in Qatar this October.
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