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Quest: Qatar’s first-ever indoor theme park opens in Doha

Qatar’s first-ever indoor theme park, Quest, has opened with more than 30 rides and attractions at Doha Oasis, a mixed-use development.

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Quest, operated by MR-ProFun, is an indoor theme park covering 32,000 square metres within Doha Oasis, a mixed-use development in Msheireb Downtown Doha.

Quest boasts more than 30 rides and attractions, including thrill rides, media-controlled simulators, virtual reality (VR) experiences and family-friendly offerings.

Signature rides at the indoor park include EpiQ Coaster, the world’s tallest indoor roller coaster, and Magma Blast, the world’s tallest indoor drop tower ride.

Quest theme park open at Doha Oasis

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Additional rides comprise a 3D flying theatre attraction called Wings of Destiny, a mini drop tower titled Jumpin’ Star, a spinning swing ride known as Gravity Swing, and a family thrill ride called Time Travel.

VR attractions include VR Fun Station and VR Fun Racer, while experiences incorporate Climb Quest and a 3D motion simulator known as Legend of the Golden Oryx.

The attraction is separated into three different time dimensions, which are Oryxville, City of Imagination and Gravity. F&B outlets include Planet Hollywood Doha, Sarab Kiosk, Space Cantina and Quest Cafe.

Doha Oasis is a leisure and entertainment hub located in the heart of Msheireb. The mixed-use development includes a Banyan Tree hotel, Banyan Tree residential suites, and the cutting-edge VOX Cinemas Qatar.

EpiQ Coaster and Magma Blast at Quest

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Also launching in Doha is the Qetaifan Island North (QIN) destination, an innovative entertainment destination with a state-of-the-art water park and luxury hotels.

The award-winning Qetaifan Island North will begin a phased opening from September 2021 and will be fully inaugurated at the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Blooloop spoke to Hesham Sharaf, COO of Qetaifan Projects, who said: “The whole idea was to reference the wealth, history and heritage of Qatar, rather than just building a theme park. The design goes into every tiny detail.”

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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