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Top sights in Doha

Who knew that there is a multitude of things to do in Doha? The powerhouse of the Middle East, this once boring desert capital boasts extravagant malls, lavish hotels, and dramatic high-rises, as well as sandy beaches and mangrove lagoons. Listed below are some of the best things to do in Doha, a city of confidence and style!

Museum of Islamic Art

The Museum of Islamic Art is known for carrying the largest collection of Islamic artifacts in the world. Standing off the mainland, this natural stone structure rising out of the water is composed of two limestone buildings, an Education Wing, and a five-story main building - all connected across a central courtyard. Inside you’ll find ceramics, metalwork, jewelry, glass, textiles, and woodwork dating as far back to the 7th century.
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Souq Waqif

Dating back to around 250 years, Souq Waqif is a labyrinth bazaar and the Qatari capital’s oldest souq. Its name translates to “standing market” and is called as such because vendors used to stand at the entrances to sell their products. Explore the souq’s tiny stores along the mud-coated stone walls and find everything from scented oils and diamonds to even falcons. Then visit the Falcon Souq where you can see the majestic birds up close and even take a photo with a falcon perched on your arm.
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Doha Corniche

The corniche is a 7km crescent-shaped waterfront promenade running along Doha Bay from the Sheraton Hotel to the Museum of Islamic Art. Due to its location, Doha Corniche provides unobstructed views of both the bustling business district and the quiet Persian Gulf. It also has shaded paths that make the boardwalk one of the best places in Doha to run, have a nice walk, and enjoy a picnic. During the day, take a boat tour in the gulf and at night, enjoy the views of the famous skyline.
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The Pearl-Qatar

A man-made island off the West Bay coast, the Pearl-Qatar is built to resemble a string of pearls symbolizing the pearl-diving sites upon which the infrastructure is built. It features Mediterranean style marinas lined with yachts, as well as upscale residential towers, world-renowned hotels, and luxury shopping destinations. Other than admiring the superyachts along the marina, you can also settle down at one of the many waterfront restaurants. You can also try your hand at paddleboarding or rent a boat.
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