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Two top destination for expats and Qataris

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Travel advisor claim that Georgia is now becoming a popular destination for travellers from Qatar.

Georgia has a visa on arrival policy for all holders of Qatar Resident Permits, and this is the closest place you can visit from Qatar which is part of Europe.

Securing a Schengen visa can be sometimes daunting for some expats so it is appealing to them knowing that they can easily go there and not worry about the visa.

Georgia is located on the crossroad of Europe and Asia.  The capital and largest city is Tbilisi. Georgia’s total territory covers 69,700 square kilometers. Population in Georgia is almost 5 million.

Citizen of the State of Qatar and stateless person permanently residing in the State of Qatar may enter Georgia without a visa for a short-stay visit, with the right of stay for 90 days in any 180 day period Fortunately, State of Qatar, is of the countries exempted from requiring a visa.

All visa exempt nationals are allowed to stay for a maximum of one year in Georgia.

Even holders of visas or residence permits of other GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries can travel to Georgia visa-free for a period of 90 days.

Pattaya in Thailand turns to be second sought destination. This is mostly due to less travel cost, said a travel expert. Pattaya is a town on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast known for a wild nightlife scene that attracts international visitors, weekenders from different countries.

As per policy Qatari citizen are allowed to enter Thailand without any visa for a period of 30 days.

Pattaya is a 147 kilometers southeast of Bangkok, facing the Gulf of Thailand. It is Asia’s premier beach destination attracting families, couples and single visitors.

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