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Al Saad Area, Behind Al Muftah Jewelry, Doha, Qatar
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Forum Posts

transit visit

by nomadtraveler

i will be going to dubai with 8 hr transit in doha. i am planning to have a city tour- get out of the airport. Is this possible? i need a visa for this?

Re: transit visit

by george5b

Yes, you'll need a visa.
However some nationalities can get an entry stamp at the airport for free allowing stays up up to 60 days. Unfortunately you don't state your nationality, there I can't tell whether yours is one of those that qualify.

Re: transit visit

by george5b

Sorry I forgot something : Are you aksing about entry regulations to Qatar or the UAE. The above answer was re thouse of the UAE, if your question was about Qatar : The same as above goes, only that select nationals can get their visa on arrival (55 QAR, not free), while others need to pre-arrange it.

Re: transit visit

by nomadtraveler

thank you, your info is helpful. by the im holding a philippine passport

Re: transit visit

by JessH

I believe on a Philippine-passport you need to apply for your visa BEFORE you travel to Qatar.

Travel Tips for Doha

Hooka / Shisha

by frankcanfly

Most restaurants offer a Hooka for customers to smoke. It actually smells quite delicious when you walk past. The cost is about 15 to 20 Riyal

You can buy them at the Souqs too, for a reasonable price.

Sports City

by jungles

Sports City is a vast new complex built to be the showcase venue for the Asian Games in December 2006. It includes Khalifa Stadium, Hamad Aquatic Centre, an indoor basketball hall, and a number of smaller venues that are part of the ASPIRE Academy for Sports Excellence. The latter is a sports training academy for promising young athletes, and is the largest indoor sports complex in the world. Under one roof it contains a football pitch (official size), a smaller football field, an athletics track, an olympic swimming and diving pool, a gymnastics hall, thirteen table-tennis courts, two squash courts, and other facilities. Outdoors it has another seven football pitches and two tennis courts.

There are biking and walking tracks for public use around the grounds of the complex, as well as different fitness stations for performing various exercises. The bicycle lanes are also good for rollerblading. Even if you're not feeling active, it's impressive just to see the facilities. Other amenities are under construction nearby, such as a hotel and a shopping mall that will be Qatar's largest when completed.

Al Wakrah Fort

by bpwillet

Important during the Turkish occupation these defenses were built along the coast of the penninsula. The fort is off the sea only by a few hundred yards and it is hard to say if it is in much use today.

INTERCONTINENTAL BAR

by iyigun about INTERCONTINENTAL L FLOOR

LADIES LADIES LADIES

GOOD LIVE MUSIC
GOOD LIVE MUSIC 2
GOOD LIVE MUSIC 3

SOUR FACED STAFF : (
HIGH PRICES (better be loaded (drunk) more than half capacity alcahol before getting in) None;
But dont forget that u re in a 5 star hotel.

Hummus and Shwarmas are AWESOME!

by OneWill about Shwarma Alley is the place to go...

Shwarma Alley is more a place than a restaurant. There are several restaurants along the street and people pull in (or just stop in traffic) to order shwarmas from the vendors who aggressively vie for your business. Shwarmas are wraps usually filled with chicken or beef, some veggies, a pickle, and some sort of garlic sauce...delicious! I eat them every chance I get. I've had them at restaurants and mall fast food joints. Some places, they are better than others. Shwarmas generally run about USD $1.50 or so apiece.

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