A place to escape from the everyday.
How I See Muscat
Muscat is a coastal haven that lies along the Arabian Sea. Its eclectic mix of modern city life and historic clifftop landmarks combine to ignite a unique energy.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
A friendly way to say hello.
Hayyak! What's up?
Neighborhoods to Explore
1. Al Qurum
Al Qurum is in the north of the city along the Gulf of Oman with amazing sea-front views. Home to the Royal Opera House, this area bustles with an exciting variety of restaurants, clubs, and eateries.
Heritage meets modernity in the ancient district of Muttrah, home to Sultan Qaboos Port and Al Riyam Park.
3. Al Khuwair
Al Khuwair is a unique neighborhood where both commercial and residential buildings can be found amongst an array of shops, cafes, and restaurants.
4. Madinat Al Sultan Qaboos
Nearby the beach and several embassies, the roads are pedestrian-friendly. It's also family-friendly, hosting several international schools.
Al Bashair St
Kargeen is the old Omani word for a little wooden cottage and the café lives up to its name in the truest sense of the word.
1952 Way, Darsyt Park
The ultra-chic indoor and outdoor venue offers striking sweeping panoramic views of Muscat.
Dohat Al Adab St
Amouage brings artistry to perfumery with an incomparable distinction.
Opening early 2019.