FIFA World Cup 2022: Lots for Malaysians to explore in Qatar

You can find The Thumb, a sculpture by French artist Cesar Baldaccini, in the Souq Waqif. — AFP

Whenever someone visits Qatar, one not only gets to see ancient Islamic architecture there but also marvel at futuristic skyscrapers in its capital city, Doha.

This year, as the host of one of the world’s biggest sporting events – FIFA World Cup 2022 – Qatar is the top destination to visit for many people.

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