It was Ramadan when we were there. So night time was busy and great atmosphere. During the day was very quiet.
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This might look initially like another generic Arabic Bazaar, but on close inspection, you notice is much more. It is a high end, sanitized version of an Arabic Bazaar. Almost like a Disney version of a bazaar. However, it retains enough of the local and...More
Souq Waqif is in the other dimension, one of the best places ever if you're explorer soul. Close to most of things worth of visiting. Definitely the beating heart in Doha and one of main places to visit in ME. I didn't check my googlemap...More
What can I say about this place? Its the oldest traditional Souq in the middle east and as you walk through it with its smells, sights and sounds you are almost taken back to a land when Arabian knights mixed with the Bedouin people as...More
The place is spread out in small streets and is okay if one wants to get a taste of Arab food, street activities and more. However, it is a bazaar so do not expect high quality stuff. There are a number of fine restaurants tucked...More
Flying through Doha we've stopped for a night to visit the Museum of Islamic Art and Souq Waqif. Early June during ramadan was not the best choice. The museu opens only after 8 pm and the souq was empty all day till 7 pm. At...More