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The must visit places in Qatar if you are heading to watch Liverpool in the FIFA Club World Cup

3:16 PM SGT 19/11/19
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Qatar is all set to host the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup in December this year and these are the top things that you must do in the desert country...

  • West Bay

    West Bay

    West Bay is an area in Doha that comprises the east coast districts of Al Qassar, Al Dafna, West Bay Lagoon and Onaiza. It's picturesque skyline with modern skyscrapers standing proudly offers a gorgeous view. Don't forget to hop on a dhow (local boat) to have an unhindered view with local Qatari music in the background. 
  • Dune Qatar

    Dune Bashing

    The exotic sand dunes are a treat to sore eyes. They are high and steep which makes driving more thrilling and adventurous. For the best experience, you should opt for an overnight package and spend the night in tents and sleep beneath the stars - a surreal experience!
  • Souq Waqif

    Souq Waqif

    Souq Waqif is Doha's ancient market which will give you a taste of Qatar's rich cultural heritage. This place is buzzing round the clock with traders dealing indigenous goods, spices, linen, and artwork. Additionally, the eateries in this market serve the best kebabs which will definitely satisfy your taste-buds. 
  • Museum of Islamic Art

    Museum of Islamic Art

    This is an architectural wonder built by I.M.Pei on a standalone island. Boat rides to the museum make the travel even more aesthetically pleasing. Calligraphy, Islamic patterns, jewelry and textiles from the ancient period are the main attractions in the museum. 
  • National Museum Qatar

    Qatar National Museum

    This piece of monument is another grandiose celebration of modern architecture inspired by the desert rose. Designed by French architect, Jean Nouvel, its curved disk-like roofs with cantilevered angles is a marvel of the 21st century. The newly restored palace of Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim Al-Thani, which itself represents the heart of Qatari national identity, adds a nationalistic fervour to the place. A roof-top restaurant and a landscaped park helps you unwind and relax.
  • The Pearl

    The Pearl

    The Pearl is the hub of various water sports like surfing, kayaking, and wakeboarding. You will find luxurious yachts rocking against the pristine waters. It has a plethora of multi-cuisine restaurants, gaming parlours, and pedestrian squares to spend a lazy afternoon. 
  • Katara Qatar

    Katara

    If you are a connoisseur of art, then Katara is a must-visit for you. On your way to Pearl, stop by this place to get a glimpse of a turquoise and purple-colured mosque, a beach, an amphitheater by the seaside and an opera house home to the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra. The narrow lanes are a paradise for photographers and film-makers. This place is also replete with international cafes and restaurants to satisfy your hunger. 
  • Corniche Doha

    The Corniche

    A five-mile stretch of land along the Persian Gulf is the perfect place to hang out with friends. You will find fitness equipments fitted all along the pedestrian lane to shake up your muscles. Since the Persian Gulf is just adjacent to it, you can find Dhows to rent from here as well.