100% Satin Silk with hand rolled edge finish.
42″ x 72″.
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BECOME: A Cityzen of DOHA and……
SMELL: Oud – agarwood burned and used in perfumes
SHOP: At the traditional Souq Waqif market for local and regional craftwork, dates, spices and honey
VISIT: The Museum of Islamic Art with its magnificent geometric architecture that blends Islamic and modern styles
TASTE: Qatar’s most important traditional dish, machbous: a stew of richly spiced rice topped with chicken, lamb or fish
APPRECIATE: contemporary Arab art at The Mathaf museum
LISTEN: To Qatari folk music at Gulf Folklore Center or the Qatar Philharmonic at Katara The Corniche
DRINK: Qahwa, the lightly roasted Arabian coffee spiced with cardamom and served with dates
STAY: At the Arumaila Hotel and enjoy the roof top terrace with views of the city
READ: Qatar: Sand Sea and Sky to get an overview of the country and its journey into modernity through stunning photographs
WATCH: The traditional Ardah dance by men waving swords to an array of percussion instruments
TAKE: A cruise on a traditional boat known as a dhow along the Corniche and view the breathtaking skyline