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Whether it is a museum, a market or a musical attraction you are looking for, d2Dusit Salwa is a wonderful destination where exciting activities meet gracious Thai hospitality in the heart of Doha.

Discover Tourist Hotspots
  • Doha Corniche –2.6 km; offers great vistas and a vehicle-free recreational space in the heart of the city.
  • Souq Waqif–2.3 km; enjoy an authentic taste of traditional Qatari street life, architecture, culture and food at Souq Waqif.
  • Museum of Islamic Art –3.4 km; discover centuries of the finest Islamic art, housed in a modern architectural masterpiece on Doha’s Corniche at Museum of Islamic Art.
  • Katara Cultural Village –9.8 km; an innovative interpretation of the region’s architectural heritage.
  • The Pearl Qatar –11 km; features Mediterranean-style yacht-lined marinas, luxury residences, as well as top designer boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
  • Al Zubarah–91 km; a UNESCO World Heritage Site that comprises Al ZubarahFort and archaeological works covering the remains of an historic pearl diving and trading centre.
  • Khor Al Adaid–70 km; an impressive wonder of nature and is one of the few places in the world where the sea encroaches deep into the heart of the desert.
Discover Cultural Treasures
  • National Museum of Qatar –3.8 km; spread over 1.5 km, visitors’ journey through an exciting mix of all-encompassing environments and compelling storytelling that will engage all the senses.
  • Sheikh Faisal bin QassimAl ThaniMuseum –27 km; features a collection of a fascinating array of more than 15,000 exhibits covering a spectrum of arts, personal artefacts and equipment, as well as many everyday household and traditional items that evoke a flavourof Qatari life in the pre-oil era.
  • BarzanTowers –19 km; Barzanmeans ‘the high place’ and the towers may have served as a lookout to protect local water sources and an observatory to determine the dates of the lunar calendar.
  • Al WajbaFort –15 km; its historical importance derives from being the site of a famous battle at which the Qatari forces defeated the Ottomans in 1893, as well as being the residence of the sheikhs during various periods of its history.
  • Al Koot Fort –2.1 km; Al KootFort (also known as Doha Fort) was built in 1927 and was first used primarily as a police station to protect the nearby Souq Waqif.
  • Qatar National Library –9 km; state-of-the-art building, located in the heart of Education City, is a model 21st-century library.
Discover Natural Wonders
  • Flora & Fauna; Qatar provides a superb habitat for a variety of wildlife, from birds and reptiles to the fabled Arabian Oryx.
  • Dunes of Qatar; Qatar’s many dunes, with their spectacular views, are a major attraction for tourists who wish to undertake recreational safaris.
  • Ras Abrouq Rock Formations; A lunar-like landscape of limestone rock formations sculpted by the wind, Qatar’s west coast offers plenty of interest for both tourists and residents.
  • Dahl Al Misfir Cave – 32 km; The 40-metre deep cave at Dhal Al Misfir formed by fibrous gypsum that sometimes gives off a faint, moon-like phosphorescent glow.
Address: Salwa Road, Wadi Al Markh Street, Muntazah Area, Doha, Qatar
Phone: +974 4004 7777
Fax: +974 4004 7778
Email: d2do@dusit.com