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As an expatriate who has recently moved to Doha, you would like to explore this beautiful city with your family. Doha has various destinations for leisure and recreation with your family. The top 10 destinations are considered as following...

Qatar’s bustling expatriate population has one big reason why it considers this city so family-friendly , and that is having the choicest of private schools. There are plethora of choicest schools in Doha that conform to either the local Arabic or to the International curriculums such as British, American, Indian or French. For all expatriates who move to Qatar, the following schools are amongst the popular choices

Nestled between Al Waab road and Salwa road from two sides, and enclosed in between Sports City street and Al Bustan street from the other two, Al Waab is a settlement situated between the municipalities of Doha and Al Rayyan in Qatar. One of the most posh areas popular with families and specially expats, Al Waab offers easy access to the main routes and is in close proximity to the Villaggio Mall and Aspire Park.

Doha is truly a melting pot of cultures, people , languages and cuisines, and nothing reaffirms that better than the multitude of restaurants that dot the cityscape.

For an Expat, deciding on where to live largely depends on a couple of things – the sector/industry that you work for, family size and annual income. Most of the expats working for blue collared jobs are from the Asian subcontinent and almost 98% live in the Industrial Area or its surroundings.

It's with great excitement that we at Q-Homes write to inform you of our new partnership with Downtown International.

Hospitals and Clinics in Doha In Qatar, the standard of medicine in general and of government medical institutions is fairly high, but most expats prefer to go to private clinics and hospitals because of the in-built Mediclaim and Insurance cover provided by their sponsor or employer as part of their salary.

Old airport is a community in Doha located on the site of the only airport that used to service Doha before the new Hamad International Airport became operational. Encircled between the D Ring Road and the E Ring Road, and nestled between the Najma Street and Al Matar street, this trendy downtown suburb offers a wide selection of townhouses, villas and multi-layout apartments.

The Pearl Qatar is a mixed-use development with 10 distinct themed districts comprising of beachfront villas, exclusive town houses and apartments, five-star hotels, marinas and upscale retail outlets and restaurants. This is also the first area where foreign nationals can purchase freehold property...

West Bay, a newly developed neighborhood in Doha, is a very popular choice amongst expats and local Qataris alike, because of it's panoramic views and prime bay-facing location. It is located on the north end of the Corniche and stretches from Al Dafna to the Diplomatic area. This community has some of the tallest skyscrapers in the city.