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Doha Express City Tour
"Discover The Pearl an extraordinary artificial island created in a shape of an oyster which has set the standard for luxury. Explore then Katara the stunning cultural village in a beautiful beachfront at the heart of Doha with an amphitheater an opera art galleries and restaurants from various countries and cultures. Next stop is The Equestrian Club or “Royal Stable” which gives home to the royal race horses and international priceless spring horses. Continue with The Museum of Islamic Arts the iconic museum including pieces covering over a thousand years of Islamic Art. Conclude at Souk Waqif the authentic traditional market with its fascinating maze of alleyways and typical atmosphere retaining its old-character
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Doha Express City Tour
"Discover The Pearl an extraordinary artificial island created in a shape of an oyster which has set the standard for luxury. Explore then Katara the stunning cultural village in a beautiful beachfront at the heart of Doha with an amphitheater an opera art galleries and restaurants from various countries and cultures. Next stop is The Equestrian Club or “Royal Stable” which gives home to the royal race horses and international priceless spring horses. Continue with The Museum of Islamic Arts the iconic museum including pieces covering over a thousand years of Islamic Art. Conclude at Souk Waqif the authentic traditional market with its fascinating maze of alleyways and typical atmosphere retaining its old-character
From $60.00
 
Private Souk Waqif or Al Wakra Souk Shopping Tour in Doha
"Enjoy a visit to the Souq's of Doha. Be picked up from your hotel and taken on an unforgettable shopping tour.A visit to one of the falcon shops is a unique experience – some shopkeepers will allow you to photograph and handle the birds while exp particularly on festive occasions and opportunities to photograph donkeys with traditional patterned saddles. Enjoy your day or evening at the Souq before returning to your hotel.""""Souq Waqif is a showpiece of traditional architecture handicrafts and folk art and was once a weekend trading area for the Bedouin. The only traditional souq to remain in the Gulf
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HOW DO YOU CALL THEM?

Kuwait`s young generation is westernized rapidly all over the country. Nevertheless, they still keep some of the basic respect toward the elders in their family. SIR (male) and MADAM/MA`AM (female)...
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Dress Codes In Kuwait

The dress codes of the local will be the most concerned one for everybody whenever they will travel to a Middle East country. As one of The Middle East countries, dress codes in Kuwait could be seen...
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Kuwait Greetings, Rules for men and women

Whenever you visit a house or enter any rooms here, great anybody in the room.It will be greatly appreciated.ASSALAMUALAIKUM is the common greeting in here.It means PEACE UPON YOU.You may answer...
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W.I.B. - Women in Black!

Remember the movie Men in Black? (MIB) Well, Kuwait is the country of W.I.B. I know I'm being a tad profane and less than PC, but the truth is, I think Allah - in light of Global Warming - would be a...
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Diwaniya - Phase III

After everyone finishes dinner, people will start to wander outside to the smoking tent. If your host has lots of money, this is more like a smoking house, but we'll call it a tent to make him...
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The Diwaniya - Phase I

One great Kuwaiti custom is the diwaniya -- or "gathering." It is typically a weekly event giving men the opportunity to discuss business, socialize with other men, or just look important by hanging...
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The Diwaniya - Phase II

The second stage of a diwaniya evening is dinner. After all of the guests have arrived and had a good chance to introduce themselves and get settled in, the host will stand and head to a separate...
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Dishdash - traditional Islamic clothing

The traditional clothing of the Islamic people in Kuwait, and other Arab nations, is called the dishdash. In Kuwait, it is always a long white gown, usually with a white head covering and sandals....
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Foreign Workers

Foreign workers -- or "third country nationals" -- make up a huge percentage of the population of Kuwait. By some estimates, as many as 1/2 of Kuwait's 3 million people are foreigners. Of these...
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Arabic Hospitality

As being guest in a house or in an event, Arabs will offer you coffee and dates. Arabic coffee has quite a bitter taste, served in small glass cups. Traditionally they will keep filling your glass...
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Ramadan

If you are not a Muslim, then plan your travel to Kuwait outside of the Holy Month of Ramadan. During the month of Ramadan, everything pretty much is closed from dawn until dusk. If you are in Kuwait...
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Do not make a lot of eye...

Do not make a lot of eye contact with women. Do not entend your hand for a handshake with women. Mens hand shakes are not firm. Slow down. They are not in a hurry....unless they are driving.
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