Life in Qatar:

Though Qatar has been called the world’s richest country, also it has community with multinational people living together in peace and development. Once you are here, you notice the rich culture of the Middle East at one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Qatar has been ranked as one of the top twenty most peaceful countries in the world which in ranking it becomes above the United Kingdom and France. This marks this Middle Eastern country a great place to visit.

In economy you can call Qatar one of the fastest growing country in the Middle East. The capital of Qatar is Doha which contains the 80% of Qatar’s population and has become a constantly shifting metropolis. The name Doha means “the big tree” which is symbol of the growth. The impressive Doha skyline has bloomed in recent years and tourism in Qatar has boomed as well, and when current hotels under construction are finished, Qatar will offer more than 19,000 hotel rooms to tourists and guests.




Arabic is the National language in Qatar, however you can see most of the shops and hotel owners speak English and it is the language of choice for business interactions. Furthermore, many ex-patriots live in Qatar with approximately 300,000 of its two million population being nationals, and the rest being non-nationals.




In culture, it is very peaceful country and it’s hardly secularism, though you can see rich Islamic society.

When staying or renting, it’s best to research and check out the social etiquette tips by clicking on it. With many places in Qatar, culture can be different from western cultures in some aspects.

For example, modest dress is absolutely recommended unless at a swimming pool or beach. Good-natured bargaining in the Souq is not considered rude, though it’s encouraged!  To end with, since alcohol is available in some places still it’s not casual, and in public drunken displays are not looked on it in positive way. Most of the population in country are Muslim and public  will observe practices such as praying five times each day.




Qatar area comes in desert point, with a sub-tropic climate. As per Qatar Tourism Authority, visiting during the mildest months between October and April when temperatures dip, but still remain a hot alternative to northern winter weather is one of the best time to enjoy in Qatar. By summer when humidity and temperatures rise, air-conditioned indoor facilities are used more eagerly and it get required. Take your personal preferences for activities into consideration before planning your trip and visiting Qatar.


Tourist Attractions


Many options are available when it comes to tourist attractions, as Qatar has full of interesting man-made, natural and momentous prospects for sightseeing, from the Souqs to the Al Dakhira Natural Reserves which is unique on its own way. Tourists can walk along the Doha Corniche or visit the Museum of Islamic Art.  One of the most attracted place and beautiful island section of Doha is named the Pearl with most impressive tourist attraction in Qatar. Also for programs, cultural day and Art provenience Katara is the place of choice.


Shopping and Activities


Qatar has many shopping malls, hypermarkets and local markets and depend on your need you can have access to varieties ranges in shopping. For shopping, dining and entertaining Doha claims 25 halls and 5 cinemas, numerous malls and souqs, and many options for cuisine, from Italian, Arabic, and Indian to Mediterranean dishes.

Impact of sports are also known as part of Qatar tourism as well. Qatar’s watercourses are often used for boating and swimming, racing, and volleyball on beach and on its shores. The world’s capital has invested in Doha and as a result many people worldwide working on buy, rent and purchase housing in the area of Qatar.


Tourism Resource


Sadaf Aldhahabi remains an excellent resource for those wanting to visit, live and work in Qatar.  We provide one of the best and affordable rentals services. If you consider buying or renting in the beautiful Pearl quarter or stay in many other sections of the city for a break. We encourage you to follow us on our Instagram account and visit our website.

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