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  • |No Alcohol at Public Places| Qatar is an Islamic country, so alcohol is ban in public places. However, non. Muslims can buy alcohol from the licensed restaurants and bars. So, when you visit, please respect Qatar's culture. --Sidra Ramay
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  • Smoking in public places especially malls, parks and hospitals is prohibited. Please avoid! --Sidra Ramay
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  • Please avoid spreading rumors about strict labor laws, because the labors in Qatar are living a way better life, than many other countries. --Sidra Ramay
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  • At public places do not film or take anyone's pictures without consent. People may ask you to delete, if you captured it mistakenly. --Sidra Ramay
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  • Qatar is home to some 80 nationalities. So you can find variety of cuisines such as, Indian, Pakistani, Turkish and English. Enjoy food from all over the world! --Sidra Ramay
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  • Qatar is home to the world best airport i.e Hamad International Airport. --Sidra Ramay
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  • There is no income tax in Qatar, on salaries and wages and allowance. --Sidra Ramay
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  • If you want to witness Qatar's culture and traditions visit: * Souq Waqif * Souq al Wakrah --Sidra Ramay
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  • Karak is one of the most famous drinks in Qatar, originated from the subcontinent, loved by both locals and expats. It's a blend of Milk, Water, Tea and Cardamom. You can find karak at every other mile in Qatar, from kiosks, cafes, restaurants. Try best karak from: * Chapati & Karak * Poori & karak --Sidra Ramay
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  • "Kunfa" is the most famous dessert in Qatar. Al Aker is the best place to try crunchy, cheesy & creamy kunafa. --Sidra Ramay
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  • If you're new to Qatar and striving to socialize. Try joining free events by: * Internations Qatar * Qatar Expat Women You'll find like minded people. --Sidra Ramay
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  • Mandi is another famous arabic dish you can find in Qatar. It is made from rice and meat. If you don't like spicy food must try this dish. --Sidra Ramay
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  • Arabic is the National language of Qatar. English is known as a second language. Urdu/hindi is widely spoken among expats from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. --Sidra Ramay
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  • If you want to give some one a unique gift. Get it from souqs( a traditional market) of Qatar. --Sidra Ramay
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