Chill out at Qatar’s coolest summer hangout

Walk, shop or dine in 25°C at 21 High st in Katara

Chill out at Qatar’s coolest summer hangout

It’s impossible to be outdoors in this heat. Wrong. Not only can you be outdoors but you can also shop, dine and relax.

21 High st at Katara Cultural Village has added a new dimension to fun during the hot summer months in Qatar with air-conditioned outdoors.

This is literally the coolest place to spend your leisure time with family and friends. The one-of-a-kind outdoor cooling system at 21 High st offers visitors a comfortable and cool climate.

There are over 500 vents on the ground blasting out chilled air and yes, you can have a few Marilyn Monroe moments.

The attractive architecture with wide, open spaces in a unique, ancient European style setting is very appealing, making it the ideal walking destination for the whole family.

You can blissfully forget about the soaring temperature of 40°C plus and the humidity levels and walk under the open blue sky at 25°C as you browse through the exclusive boutiques on the premises.

When you’re done window shopping (or actual shopping), grab at seat at Café Pouchkine. This French-Russian café has the best latte in town and if you’re craving some Russian borsch, this is exactly where you can find it.

This is the first lifestyle destination in Qatar with outdoor cooling technology.

Spanning approximately 40,000 sq m, 21 High st is home to luxury, fashion, watches and jewellery brands from all around the world, including the iconic French department store Galeries Lafayette.
21 High st, Katara Cultural Village, West Bay Lagoon.

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