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February 2016


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Qatar is a peninsular Arab country whose terrain comprises arid desert and a long Persian Gulf shoreline of beaches and dunes.

Also on the coast is the capital, Doha, known for its futuristic skyscrapers and other ultramodern architecture inspired by ancient Islamic design, such as the limestone Museum of Islamic Art. The museum sits on the city’s Corniche waterfront promenade.

Consisting of 10 regions, each with its own unique appeal, the country offers visitors plenty of different areas to explore. The country offers 3 unique cities to discover such as Doha, Mesaieed, Al Khor.

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Quick Facts
Population 2.16 million
Timezone GMT +3
Currency Qatari Riyal
Climate Arid
Top Places to Visit
  1. Museum of Islamic Art
  2. Souq Waqif
  3. The Pearl-Qatar
  4. Villaggio Mall
  5. The Kingdom of Aladdin
  6. Dahl El-Hamam Park
  7. Aspire Tower
  8. Doha Corniche
  9. Khor al Udaid Beach
News & Events


Dubai's Non-Oil Sector Stays Vibrant

Dubai has been ranked among the top 10 cities that are powering economic growth within their nations, according to Brookings Institution's Global Metro Monitor. The report said Dubai's growth was boosted by a 4.7 per cent annual rise in employment. Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade reached Dh966 billion during the first nine months of 2015.

"The foreign trade sector has enhanced Dubai’s capacity to build sustainable economic growth. Alongside other economic sectors, particularly tourism, it has positioned Dubai as a leading global and regional trading and business hot spot, in spite of the general slowdown in the world economy" said Sultan Ahmad Bin Sulayem, the Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC), and Chairman of DP World.

Dubai's economy grew 3.9 per cent with its gross domestic product (GDP) rising to Dh88.7 billion during the first quarter of 2015, spurred by vibrant logistics and trading activities. The number of hotels grew 7.7 per cent while real estate and business services posted a 4.4 per cent surge. In the first half, Dubai's corporate earnings expanded 3.7 per cent year-on-year to $4.1 billion on the back of strong banking sector growth.

Analysts also noted that travel, tourism and construction industries have improved, and this trend is expected to continue in early 2016.

Source: WAM, Gulfnews, Khaleej Times, Dubai Eye 103.8

City Walk redefining Dubai mall culture


Surrounded by a large number of well established residential communities in the heart of Jumeirah, CITY WALK is destined to become a popular and vibrant retail destination.

Conveniently situated at the junction of Al Wasl Road and Safa Road, the development is in easy walking distance to the surrounding areas and a mere 15 minutes walk from the Dubai Mall metro station. Easily accessed from Sheikh Zayed Road via Interchange 1, this exciting new development will become a focal point of this established community and a destination for visitors and residents across Dubai.

Anchored by a dynamic mix of top range brands, the large footprint retail areas at either end of CITY WALK spill out into generous plaza spaces. The main Piazza provides an ideal focal point along CITY WALK, an ideal setting for local residents and visitors to dine and socialize.

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