The Cultural Village Foundation, Katara, has already established itself as a regional hub and popular tourist destination, proving the benefits of being a meeting place for cultures, customs, and people from all walks of life.
It has been a hub for creativity, cultural events, services, facilities, and top-tier international events for more than ten years. In 2022, it has once again succeeded in being more than just a community where people gather to celebrate and mingle; it has also succeeded in harnessing relationships between people through its programs and events that promote camaraderie while introducing people to a variety of cultures. 2022 will see Katara stage a number of festivals throughout the year, including the 13th Marmi festival in January, which attracted 1,400 falcons over the course of the 29-day celebration. The second Katara International Arabian Horse Festival was held in February after that, and according to Katara General Manager Prof. Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, it served as a manifestation of the sport’s history, culture, and tradition. The 10th Halal Qatar Festival was held in February as well. For owners, it offered a forum for exchanging thoughts and experiences.