Get on-board and fly from the land of Arabian Sea to the City of Doha, with the low-cost airline, Air India Express.
Doha is the capital city of one of the richest countries in the world, Qatar. With a revolution in remoulding the city, Doha may become the most visited city in the Middle East, surpassing other cities. If you are planning to spend a vacation filled with many exciting activities and sight-seeing, you should probably visit Doha. From architectural wonders, fine restaurants, amazing shopping malls and bustling markets, the city of Doha has many things in-store for you to experience.
Dubai is often hailed as the center of best shopping malls in the United Arab Emirate. But once you visit Doha, things may change. Doha is the pride of Qatar with its fantastic shopping experience.
Places like the Italian themed shopping and entertainment mall called Villagio Mall or even the Landmark Mall, Exclusive will keep you shopping throughout the whole day.
Kochi is a city surrounded by the Arabian Sea to its west and districts like Paravur to the north, Aluva to the northeast and Cherthala to its south. The very famous Periyar River flows to the north of Kochi.
There are several reasons why one should visit the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea.’ Fort Kochi being one of the most interesting and visited place in Kochi. Fort Kochi is an area in the district of Kochi. It is also known as Old Kochi or West Kochi. Fort Kochi is part of the several water bound regions of Kerala. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on its north. There are several ferry routes connecting Fort Kochi to other parts of the mainland.
The Vembanad lake flows alongside Fort Kochi and joins the Arabian Sea. There are many attractions in Fort Kochi including the extremely famous Chinese fishing nets on the Fort Kochi Beach. One can see huge nets set up along the coast, and they stand even today. The beach is beautiful and gives you fantastic panoramic views of the sunset.
Fly with Air India Express from Doha to Kochi and Vice Versa.
Happy flying, everyone!