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Muscat has always been a major port in the Gulf of Oman. This city has served as an integral trading link between the east and the west and Muscat is influential widely.
Mucat is the capital of Oman and remains an extremely important city to the governorate of Oman. In fact it is the largest city and also happens to be the seat of the government. Muscat includes six provinces or wilayats. Muscat has a multi ethnic society and has been witness to rapid industrial and infrastructural growth.
A breath of fresh air compared to most Middle Eastern cities, Muscat was the perfect destination for a long weekend. Its slow-paced yet steady ambience greets every visitor with comfort and a strange familiarity. The beautiful architecture of the city, as seen in the Al Bustan Palace Hotel, Sultan Qaboos Mosque and the Royal Opera House, is a treat for the eyes! While the Middle Eastern cuisine is popular, the specialty here is seafood. Don’t miss out on beautiful walks along the Corniche, especially during sunset!
Muscat is accessible through air and land. (Read More)