Kicking off in Qatar
The Pearl: The extraordinary artificial island known as The Pearl should be explored for its luxury residential apartments.
The Museum of Islamic Art: Housing one of the most comprehensive collections of Islamic art in the world.
The Museum of Islamic Art: The museum's priceless and iconic collection represents Islamic art from three continents over 1,400 years.
The Museum of Islamic Art: Allow a good few hours to absorb the exhibits, a portfolio that features ancient items fashioned in glass.
Katara Mosque: Lined with hand-painted ceramic tile panels in predominantly blue, purple, and turquoise all inlaid with gold leaf.
Qatar State Mosque: The national mosque of Qatar is the Imam Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab Mosque, also known as the Qatar State.
Al Zubarah Fort: Completed in 1938, this historic military fortress situated in the ancient town of Zubarah, which in turn is located on the northwestern coast of the Qatar peninsula.
Al Jassasiya Carvings: Al Jassasiya is the most impressive of Qatar's dozen rock-carving sites.
National Museum of Qatar: One of the finest cultural institutions in the region, the National Museum of Qatar is immediately recognized for its exterior.
National Museum of Qatar: The museum preserves numerous rare and precious treasures including the magnificent Pearl Carpet of Baroda.