Love outdoor adventure? The breathtaking natural beauty, caves, beaches, and valleys will make your trip to Muscat memorable. The man-made structures and ancient monuments will surely raise your eyebrows. The more natural side of Muscat you explore, the more you will enjoy.
Let’s take a glance at the spots you should never miss:
Among the three largest mosques, Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque was built in honor of Majesty the Sultan. It took 6 years to complete and inaugurated in the celebration of king’s 30 year rule. Here you will see the blend of Islamic, Omani, and Persian architecture patterns and you will also see the world’s largest handmade rug in the mosque.
To embrace the beauty of architecture work, you should head out to Royal Opera House. It hosts some of international shows in the region and you have to follow the strict dress code rule if attending any event here.
In the hospitality industry, the Chedi Muscat is the most iconic name in Oman. With private beaches and beautiful resorts, this place is just perfect if you want to take a mental break. The restaurants here will offer you a chance to taste the Mediterranean cuisine and sip the alcoholic beverages on the seaside.
Being one of the culturally important districts of Muscat, Mutrah is the trade hub. The iconic views and beautiful surrounding will make your enjoy a peaceful time here.
When you are looking for a city that offers you the feel of unique culture, Muscat is the place you should consider this time. With delicious cuisine and scenic view, you will surely enjoy nighttime Muscat sightseeing tour. Be sure to check the details before planning your itinerary.