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30April2017

Qatar Entertainer

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In a time where new gadgets change the way we live, celebrities are revered as gods and the majority of our entertainment is viewed through a computer screen, there’s only one answer. Qatarentertainer.com. we are here to provide everything you need, from the coolest gadget reviews, shopping for all your needs here in Qatar. This one-stop page is the ultimate portal for all men and the best place for a bit of humour, grooming and general lifestyle entertainment.

Social etiquette tips 

Qatar is a traditional country experiencing rapid social changes. It is important to Qatar to maintain its heritage and the modern appearance may mislead people into forgetting that it is still a traditional society with consequential social misunderstandings.

The following tips may be useful:
  • Foreign visitors are expected to dress in a style that is sensitive to the Islamic culture. Conservative clothing is recommended. Men generally wear long trousers and a shirt in public. Women's attire in public - as opposed to hotels or private clubs - should cover the shoulders, upper arms and knees. Western bathing attire is permitted at hotel and club swimming pools and beaches. Topless sunbathing is strictly forbidden.
  • Seek permission before taking photographs of people and be cautious about taking photographs in public. For security reasons Government buildings, military and some industrial sites, including some internal and external parts of the airport or shopping malls, should not be photographed.
National Dress 
Qatari national men wear a thobe, a long white shirt over loose pants. They also wear a loose headdress, called a gutra, in white or red and white cloth, held on with a black rope known as the agal. Qatari national women cover their head with a black headdress called a shayla, their body with a long black dress called an abayha. Some women also cover their face with a black bourga; sometimes the eyes are left uncovered.
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