A first of its kind in the Arabian Peninsula, The Museum of Islamic Art boasts 14 centuries world-class Islamic art from around the world. The museum is spread over 42,000 m² and showcases one of the world’s most complete collections of Islamic artifacts.
Dhows, which are traditional Qatari ships, have been a staple along the coastline since the Doha first became known as fishing and pearling port. The Dhow harbor, located along Qatar’s iconic Corniche Promenade, is where you can embark on Qatar’s most famous tourist past time: a dhow trip.
No trip to Doha is complete before a visit to Souq Waqif. Built in the style of an historical bazaar, Souq Waqif features traditional handicrafts, perfumes, fabrics and art. Featuring an eclectic set of restaurants and cafes, the souq is the place to meet friends in Qatar.
At 300 meters high and boasting a 360° panoramic view of Doha, The Torch is a haven for discerning visitors, from sports enthusiasts and business leaders to health and wellness seekers. Named the Torch because it was built in the lead up to the Doha Asian Games, the five-star hotel is spread across 51 floors and features 163 state-of-the-art rooms and suites.
Built in 1976 and fully renovated and expanded for the 2006 Doha Asian Games, Khalifa International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the ASPIRE Zone. Seating 76,000 people, it hosts world-leading tournaments across the years. The stadium will buzz with excitement on January 2nd when it hosts Paris Saint-Germain for its friendly game against Real Madrid FC.
Rising to international prominence through the successful staging of the 2006 Doha Asian Games, Qatar’s ASPIRE Zone boasts some of the world’s finest sport stadia and venues. The world-class sports complex is thus a unique sporting, sports medicine, as well as sports research destination for global sports industry.
The world-class cultural facility – located next to the ocean – features restaurants, cafes, open-air and indoor theater venues, art galleries and art centers, as well as an annual calendar of activities focused on showcasing both Qatari and international cultures.
The Pearl is a man-made island located off the coast of Doha’s West Bay. The Pearl features a beautiful ocean-side boardwalk, world-leading shopping outlets, and some of Qatar’s finest restaurants.
Immerse yourself in a truly delightful Spa, where the elements create the perfect environment for a truly peaceful experience.
Inspired by Asian traditions and progressive European concepts, the Ritz-Carlton Spa provides a natural relaxation for the body, mind and spirit.
Besides Roman baths and indoor pool, the spa offers a vast choice of massage and body treatment.
A gastronomic Qatari journey experience in the Torch Doha Hotel with chef Aisha Al-Tamimi:
Get curious and enjoy an exclusive cooking class experience with the Paris Saint-Germain Handball players, delighted by the delicious Qatari dishes like Chicken Makhboos and Saqo dessert!
Enjoy our meal!
An extraordinary safari in the Qatari desert, which offer fabulous landscapes including the famous Inland Sea, where the sea meets the desert.
At the heart of the Arabic world, let the desert mesmerize you, live each moment to the fullest in this area of rolling sand dunes and calming beauty.
The desert offers a challenging terrain for those seeking adventure in Qatar, there are a number of desert-centric activities that you can engage in.
Al Shaqab stands as an enduring tribute to the Arabian horse and the tradition of equestrian excellence that has co-evolved with this breed in Qatar.
The range of equine disciplines and programs that Al Shaqab promotes ensures that the cultural legacy and appreciation of the Arabian breed are lovingly handed down in Qatar from generation to generation.
The Fire Station Artist in Residence sits at the heart of Doha’s flourishing art community. It provides the perfect springboard for creativity, helping people take their passion to the next level.
The Mathaf Museum of Modern Arab Art opened in Education City in 2010 and hosts regular exhibitions of contemporary art with a permanent collection of regional art and design.
Msheireb Enrichment Centre is a landmark destination created to serve as an educational portal to showcase Qatar’s glorious past and soaring ambitions for the future.
The Centre is currently docked at the picturesque Doha Corniche, in close proximity to one of the city’s oldest landmarks, the Sheraton Hotel.
Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), part of Qatar Foundation Research and Development (QF R&D), is Qatar’s primary incubator for technology development, fostering the environment required for accelerating commercialization of research and supporting innovation and entrepreneurship.
The Doha Corniche is a waterfront promenade extending for several kilometers along Doha Bay in the capital city of Doha, the state of Qatar.
Doha Golf Club boasts an 18 hole Championship Course, a 9 hole Academy Course, an enormous driving range and putting green, 8 artificial lakes, graceful landscaping and a beautiful clubhouse designed in old traditional Arabic style, which has been located at one of the highest points on the course giving it a magnificent prominence.
Al Thakira Mangroves are Qatar’s hidden natural treasure. Far away from all the hustle and bustle of city life, Qatar is home to the Avicennia Marina, also known as the “grey mangrove” or “white mangrove tree”.