Dohan culture is Qatarian culture.  The capital contains half the population and nearly all the country’s monuments to itself. 

An Arabic, Islamic area, relgious customs and norms dominate culture and preclude nightlife, and although largely shaped by the strictures and customs of the greater Persian Gulf region, the numerous attractions and architectural beauty pervading the capital distinguish Doha from other cities in the Middle

Doha Fort is a Moorish museum from Ottoman times containing gypsum carvings, decorative wooden door works and arts and crafts encapsulating the past couple of centuries.

Other attractions of interest include the Doha Ethnographic Museum, the Grand Mosque, and the Corniche.  As the capital of one of the most prosperous nations in the Persian Gulf, Doha’s cornucopia of cultural activity and lures is expected.