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About Qatar

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About Qatar 

The State of Qatar is a sovereign independent state in the Middle East whose laws and customs follow Islamic traditions. Since its complete independence from Britain, Qatar has surfaced and made its appearance as one of the world's most prominent producers of oil and gas. As of 2013, the country has been governed by HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani.


The State of Qatar is a peninsula located amid the western coast of the Arabian Gulf. The peninsula is approximately 100km across and extends 200km into the Gulf. The country includes several islands, the largest of which are, Halul, Shraouh and Al-Asshat. Qatar shares its southern border with Saudi Arabia and a maritime border with Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Iran.

Qatar is far more interesting than people may presume. With a population of only 2 million, it is known to be one of the top ten wealthiest countries in the world, hence explaining its outstanding airlines and its capability of being the first Arab-Islamic state to host the World Cup, this brings forth an opportunity to bridge the gap between the Arabs and Westerners.

Qatar's Neighboring Destinations

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Dubai

Discovering extravagant luxury and high-tech facilities in an old world charm. Located in the United Arab Emirates in the southwest corner of the Arabian Gulf. A booming center of innovation and international trade that bloomed into one of the world's most popular tourist destinations because of its state-of-art technology and epic infrastructure in such a strategic location - one of the many reasons Dubai has become the leading luxury holiday destinations in the world! Extravagance abounds in this captivating city-state.