The Pearl is one of the largest mixed-use developments in the region and the fastest growing community in Doha. This impressive man-made island sits on 4 million sqm of reclaimed land and is located 350 metres off the shore of Doha’s prestigious West Bay district.
Divided into ten architecturally distinct precincts inspired by the most charming of Mediterranean cities, The Pearl is considered an iconic site that embodies smart and sustainable features, offering an eclectic mix of residences, retail, restaurants and entertainment.
Surrounded by parks and piazzas, it is a mini city with its own beachfront and amazing apartment views that extend across the marina and the Arabian Gulf.
A Metrolink service takes you directly to and from The Pearl to the Legtaifiya Metro station (Red Line).
Qatar brings together old world hospitality with cosmopolitan sophistication, the chance to enjoy a rich cultural tapestry, new experiences and adventures. Here is a taste of what’s on offer.
AL BIDDA PARK
Prominent, urban park featuring a playground, cultural heritage center, shops and open green space.
As one of the oldest souqs in Qatar, Souq Waqif is a marketplace noted for selling an array of traditional garments, spices, handicrafts and souvenirs. It is also home to dozens of restaurants featuring cuisines from across the world.
This 600,000 square metres shopping mall and is the largest operating retail complex in Qatar and is home to more than 200 international brands, including IKEA and the world's largest Monoprix Hypermarket.
As the largest and most multi-dimensional cultural project in Qatar, Katara Cultural Village features a stunning waterfront amphitheater, in addition to a range of exhibition galleries, shops, eateries and large sandy beach area, perfect for families.
One of Doha’s most popular outdoor areas, the Corniche is a spectacular waterfront promenade featuring breath-taking views of the Arabian Gulf, extending for seven kilometers along Doha Bay. The perfect environment for joggers and walkers alike, the Corniche features plenty of shaded areas, parks and eateries and is the location for several annual celebrations of national holidays such as Qatar National Day and National Sports Day.
MSHEIREB DOWNTOWN DOHA
With contemporary architecture, gleaming white mosques, an array of global dining options in high-end hotels and a cluster of history museums housed in elegant, Qatari-style mansions, Msheireb is fast developing into one of Doha’s most up-and-coming areas.
Featuring an attractive fusion of global brands, plenty of sumptuous dining options, and a movie theatre.
DOHA GOLF CLUB
This 18-hole, 7,374-yard, par 72 championship course was designed by Peter Harradine and is one of the first grass golf course ever built in the Middle East.
Is a long walkway built over an area of 142,600 square metre with additional services like the park, shops, cafes and restaurants.
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Qatari cuisine is a subtle blend of influences from India, Persia, Lebanon, and North Africa, and, much like the landscape of the country, is constantly evolving.
The country’s culinary landscape has been influenced by foods from all over the world, with many franchises from any country you can think of.
In recent years, there has been a large emphasis on healthy food and lifestyle in Qatar. There are many local restaurants providing these healthy options, as well as farmers markets and organic food stores.