Check out these beautiful images of different landmarks and places in Qatar clicked by different Instagrammers and we guarantee they'll make you want to visit Qatar as soon as possible.
Beware, these images may just make you fall in love with Qatar. In fact, it may just be a matter of love at first sight!
This beautiful image of the Aspire Park was taken by akoubeisi.
Aspire Park is one of Qatar's most famous parks. It covers an area of 88 hectares, and is Doha's biggest park. The park, with its lush green ground, offers refreshment to every age group. There are beautiful fountains, playgrounds for children, running tracks for joggers and other family-friendly fun features. There is also an artificial lake with paddling boats, with lush green hills as their backdrop. All these world-class facilities attract people to visit this park, especially during weekends and evenings.
This beautiful image inside Qanat Quartier was taken by __mjm.
Qanat Quartier is on the left-hand side as you drive through The Pearl - Qatar. It looks like a part of Venice beamed to Qatar with its colourful townhouses and canals throughout, but here we're showing you the residential area of Qanat Quartier, also lovingly known as QQ.
This beautiful image of The Pearl - Qatar was taken by jcmfdo.
The Pearl-Qatar is an iconic
mixed-use urban development project that sits on 4,000,000 sqm of
reclaimed land, along 32 km of seafront off the coast of Doha’s West Bay
and can accommodate 50,000 residents. The Island offers a variety of luxury
apartments, villas, penthouses, townhouses, diverse leisure and
entertainment facilities, award-winning marina and beautiful serene
beaches, as well as a selection of world-class restaurants and shopping
This beautiful image of the Doha Skyline was taken by hasan.xaidi.
Doha's skyline along the Corniche is one of the first things that greets any new visitor to the country. It is beautiful both by day and by night, dotted with interesting and iconic landmarks throughout its stretch.
This beautiful image of the NMoQ was taken by ju.lavergne.
The NMoQ is dedicated to bringing to life the unique story of Qatar and its people. It actively gives voice to the nation’s rich heritage and culture and demonstrates our extensive network of ties with other nations and people around the world. Designed as a vibrant and immersive space, diverse communities can come together and experience Qatar’s past, present and future.
Check out the following links for more information about the NMoQ:
This beautiful image of the MIA was taken by ejnoomen.
MIA is one of Qatar’s most iconic buildings and is world-famous for its exotic collection of Islamic masterpieces from different Muslim countries spanning across centuries. Thousands and thousands of visitors pass through its doors every year to witness the marvel and splendour that make up the Islamic world through art pieces collected over the years and carefully conserved so visitors can understand the Islamic traditions, culture and heritage through the centuries.
Check out the following link for more information about the MIA: All you need to know about Qatar's Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) and more!
This beautiful image of Msheireb Museums was taken by hedboi.
Msheireb Museums is situated in the very heart of the city, Doha’s old downtown area, and is made up of four houses where Qatar’s rich traditions and cultural heritage have been preserved to highlight Qatar’s history and how the country grew from its humble beginnings to one of the richest countries on the planet. Each of the four houses showcases Qatar’s traditional community-based lifestyle but each house has a different story to tell and each story comes to life using the latest technology and old natural resources.
For more information about Msheireb Museums, please click on the following link: Must visit museums in Qatar.
This beautiful image of Souq Waqif was taken by pointandshootwanderlust.
Souq Waqif (which means the 'standing market' in Arabic) is a beautiful must-visit attraction in Qatar that isn’t to be missed. Walk through its twisting alleyways where you can buy all sorts of goods from saffron, traditional Qatari spices, nuts, perfumes, household items, traditional Qatari clothing, ready-to-wear clothes, fabrics, shoes, toys, sweet and so much more. And, when you’re tired and want a bite to eat, take a seat at one of the many restaurants all around the Souq.
This beautiful image inside Villaggio Mall was taken by vishnuamz.
Villaggio is located on Al Waab Street in the west end of the city and within Aspire Zone. Villaggio is one of the most sought after destinations in Qatar for the top of the line luxury brands including Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Gucci, Valentino, Dolce, and Gabbana, Cartier and much more. You can also find other brands there like Gap, Next, Zara, Aldo, etc. It has a Venetian styled interior combines with an astonishing range of shopping, dining and entertainment venues to make it a unique and unforgettable attraction in Qatar; one that no visitor can afford to miss.
This beautiful image of Al Marina Twin Towers was taken by sam_forever0.
The Al Marina Twin Towers are two-luxury office space buildings located in the Marina District of Lusail City, one of the most promising destinations in Qatar, added with an astonishing view over The Pearl Qatar to the South-East and opening on three main roads in Lusail.
This beautiful image of the 2022 Building was taken by fakhroo.qr.
2022 Iconic Landmark is the world’s first building in the shape of the number of a year. The 2022 is one of Qatar's newest landmarks, and is located opposite the Aspire Zone in Al Waab. You can see from the image that if you look at the building from the front and from the top, it reads 2022. The 2022 is a mixed-use building that's made up of administrative offices, integrated health club and a number of restaurants and cafes as well as meeting rooms and an auditorium.
This beautiful image of Film City was taken by aimhighqatar.
Film City is a recreation of a traditional Bedouin village of the Gulf region and rests deserted behind a canyon in the desert area of the Zekreet, or Brouq, peninsula, and is not too far from the Arabian Sea. The buildings in this village are a mixture of small rooms, towers, staircases, walls, wooden doors and poles, and you can go in and out of them as you please. Everything is mud-rendered and the whole area feels surreal.
This beautiful image of the Fuwairit Beach was taken by maldabbas.photography.
Fuwairit Beach is pure beach with white sand and clear turquoise waters. It’s a great place to just relax, tan, go for a swim, and then come back to hot fresh off the grill barbecue. Fuwairit Beach is also home to the Hawksbill sea turtle hatching site, but it depends on the season of course.
This beautiful image of the Khor Al Adaid was taken by chang.kimy.
Khor Al Adaid, which also goes by the name ‘Inland Sea’ and is one of the topmost destinations in Qatar, for visitors and those that reside in Qatar. It's is a haven of tranquillity, serenity and relaxation, and is nature in it’s untouched and purest form and is one of just three places in the world where the sea meets the sand dunes. It has a lagoona system that is unparalleled elsewhere in the world.
Get to know more about this beautiful beach and the silky smooth sand dunes that surround it when you click the following link:
Khor Al Adaid: Five reasons to visit this extraordinary 'Inland Sea'.
This beautiful image of the Shura Awa Island was taken by fakhroo.qr.
Shura Awa Island is a beautiful, largely untouched island just off the coast of Qatar and is the talk of the town right now! It’s a small island - just less than 1 km long and c.500 m wide. It's made up of rocky hills with crags and slopes and a good cover of salt-tolerant bushes.
This beautiful picturesque island is surrounded by dazzling pristine green - blue waters with waves lapping at the shore and rich golden sand on its beach that’s soft to the touch and a pleasure to walk in. The coral reef that surrounds the area is a must-see and adds to the splendour of this small, yet perfect little island.
Want to know more about this beautiful island. Click on the following link: Have you heard of Qatar's Shura Awa Island?
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