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How I See Muscat
Muscat is a magical city that offers many contrasts between the mountains and ocean. Explore the local culture and be delighted by a combination of traditional and modern lifestyle.
Know Before You Go
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Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
[as.sa.la.mu a.laj.kum] exclamation
Never go wrong with a friendly greeting!
As-salamu alaykum, how can I get to Muttrah Souq?
Neighborhoods to Explore
1. Mutrah Corniche
Take a refreshing stroll along the boardwalk, stop at Muttrah souk for souvenirs, and the fish market to take in the local fishing culture. If you have energy left, climb to a lookout point and watch the sunset over the Arabian sea.
2. Shati Al-Qurum
At the doorstep of our fabulous property, Shatti Al-Qurum is the heart of modern Muscat. Home to the Royal Opera House Muscat, shopping malls, restaurants, and bars and the famous Muscat coastline.
3. Old Muttrah
A maze of alleyways and traditional Omani homes featuring ornate doors and iconic window balconies. Take in the history and finish up with an ice cream or local chai karak by the beach.
4. Al Mouj
Known as The Wave, Al Mouj is a hip place to enjoy a walk by the seafront, with a big variety of restaurants and cafes to visit.
Al Muntazah St
Kunafa (or kanafeh) is a sugar-soaked pastry that is common in a number of Arabic countries. It's a must-try and this is the place.
Take a stroll through Eye Candy, the most unique boutique at Opera Galleria. You’ll find everything from shoes to rings to bracelets.
Coming here is like going back in time. The atmosphere is amazing and the food is even better!
Al Bahri Rd
Take a walk thru the colorful paths of the traditional souq in the heart of Muscat. Get some goodies while talking with the locals.
1. Sunblock – Make sure to have skin protection while exploring the Arabian streets of Muscat
2. Kaftan – It’s always useful to cover your shoulders or knees while respecting the culture
3. Water Bottle – Stay hydrated while sightseeing
4. Sunglasses – Sun is always shining in Muscat, so protect those eyes
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