|Popular in||August||High demand for flights, 15% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||July||Best time to find cheap flights, 10% potential price drop|
|Average price||฿ 22,869||Average for round-trip flights in January 2021|
|Round-trip from||฿ 14,308||From Bangkok to Doha|
|One-way from||฿ 22,420||One-way flight from Bangkok to Doha|
You may wish to book your flight to Doha during the months of May through to September. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to rise as high as 43 degrees during June, July and August. This hot and humid weather can be quite unbearable and hazardous, especially for those with specific medical conditions, but if you think you can bare the heat, cheap flights to Doha are available during this period. Between October and April the weather is a lot cooler and quite dry, with lows around 15 degrees and highs reaching up to the mid-20s.
Flights to Doha are more expensive during peak season, which runs between November to March. March hosts Doha’s annual Cultural Festival which is designed to promote their culture through an array of art, fashion, theatre, dance, music, poetry and photography and is an event that is extremely popular with tourists. Check online for bargain deals for summer holidays between the months of June and August.
Doha is an exciting city and the perfect destination for those wishing to experience Middle Eastern culture with a liberal dosage of glitz and glam. This city is famed for its colossal new buildings, modern Souqs and its crescent shaped corniche. Doha architecture is impressive, and the Burj Qatar building, World Trade Centre Doha Tower and Aspire Tower, create a strikingly modern landscape. The Souq Waqif is the place to go for fine dining, shops and cafes. This market was redesigned, to retain its ancient 19th century style. The site where the Souq stands was originally a market place, where Bedu tribes traded cattle for various essential items. Although newly refurbished, the Souq Waqif looks authentic and you’ll find traditional garments, perfumes, antiques and modern art galleries here. Note that most of the shops, in the Souq, close from 12 noon till 4pm. The cafes and restaurants remain open throughout the day though.
The corniche is a waterfront promenade and a popular spot for tourists and locals to visit. In the early evening, you’ll see families spending time on the grass, enjoying picnics, while early hours of the morning bikers and joggers occupy the cycling tracks and footpaths.
Visit one of the many cafés in Doha to relax and people watch while ordering some delicious Middle Eastern treats. Try some Shisha while here too.
Desert Safari excursions are a popular attraction too and various tour operators organise them so you can benefit from their expertise. Experience overnight camping in the desert and explore heritage sites during the day.
Doha has a very reliable bus network that provides services across the city. Most people rely on taxis to get around though and the high demand of cabs can lead to long waiting times. Car hire is also a favoured option.
Once you have arrived on your flight to Doha, transportation from Doha International Airport (DOH) to the city is varied. Large hotels provide shuttle buses for their guests and standard or VIP class limousine services are also available for those wanting to travel to their hotel or holiday rental in style. Airport taxis provide a 24 hour, 7 day a week service and can carry up to 5 plus passengers. There are also buses travelling to the city centre.