Question: What is not allowed in Qatar?

Importing drugs, alcohol, pornography, pork products and religious books and material into Qatar is illegal. All luggage is scanned at Hamad International Airport Arrivals Hall. DVDs and videos may be examined, censored and confiscated.

What is prohibited in Qatar?

Things like drugs, importing alcohol, obscene material, pork related products, weapons, religious books, etc., are all banned in Qatar.

Is it allowed to wear shorts in Qatar?

Skirts and shorts are acceptable, but avoid anything too high or skimpy. Leggings can be worn underneath anything you feel might be too short. An ordinary T-shirt or blouse is fine, but nothing with too low a neckline revealing cleavage or showing your midriff.

Can I take food to Qatar?

You may bring your dietary solid food on board. Please take into consideration the limitations of carrying liquid and gels on board.

How much cash can I carry from Qatar?

Local currency (Qatar Riyal-QAR) and foreign currencies (other than Israeli currency): no restrictions. Amounts equal to or higher QAR 50,000. - must be declared on arrival. This includes jewelry, precious metals or stones if its value is equal to or higher than QAR 50,000.

What medications are banned in Qatar?

It is prohibited to carry medicines which contain narcotics or psychotropic substances while arriving in the country, the embassy stated. These include medicines like Lyrica, Tramadol, Alprazolam (Xanax), Diazepam (Valium), Zolam, Clonazepam, Zolpidem, Codeine, Methadone, Pregabalin.

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