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Best Places in Muscat: 
Al Jalali Fort and Al Mirani fort, Corniche Area, Grand Mosque, Mutrah Souk, Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace, Bait az-Zubair Museum, Qurum national park, Riyam park, Naseem gardens, Kalbuh park, Bait Al Zubair, Bait Muzna Gallery, National Museum
Additional Information. Muscat 
Population : 600,000
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Airport - Seeb International Airport - is the ONLY airport despite being called Muscat it is some 40km out of the CBD, but still on the main route.
Shopping - Muscat City Centre, Seeb, currently the biggest mall containing a lot of shops, including a large Carrefour. Godiva Chocolates, Sabco Centre, Ruwi. Lulu Hypermarket, Darsait, Bausher and Seeb. The Al Fair chain of supermarkets sells just about everything you want (including lots of English products for a fraction of the price you can get at home) Many of them are on the Main Sultan Quaboos highway making them an easy place to spot.

  • Coral Hotel Muscat (former Best Western Hotel) - Qurum Beach, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
  • Crowne Plaza Hotel Muscat - P.O. Box 1730, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
  • Golden Tulip Seeb - Exhibition St., Muscat PC111, Oman
  • Grand Hyatt Muscat - P.O. Box 951, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
  • Holiday Inn AL Madinah Muscat - Al Azaiba 130, PO Box 692, Muscat 130, Oman

  • Al-exandria - Fanja House, Near Sabco Centre, Ruwi, Tel - 561611
  • Passage to India - PO Box 385, Jibroo, Wadi Adai, Hatat House Compound, Tel - 568480
  • Starbucks Coffee - Jawharat Al-Shati Plaza, Tel - 601406
  • Subway - City Centre, Seeb, Tel - 542225
  • Al-Haikal - Near Bus Stand, Ruwi

 Private tours in Muscat. Oman
  • Muscat City Tour Half Day (Muscat) - Muscat, the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, with a population of over 500,000 is a bustling commercial centre with many businesses and government offices. Most international Airlines serve Muscat and national carriers, Oman Air and Gulf Air, operate local and international flights.
  • Jebel Akhdar (Overnight Tour) (Muscat) -       Leave Muscat at 8 am and drive through the Sumail Gap and Izki by 4 WD      After Izki we drive up to the roof of Oman, the Saiq Plateau, which for hundreds of years has been accessible only on donkey's paths      The use of terraces on extremely steep mountain slopes is particularly impressive      Feel the change in climate on top of the mountain       Picnic lunch or lunch at local restaurant      A walk through the 'hanging gardens' along the falaj will be a lasting memory       Dinner and overnight at Jebel Akhdar hotel      After breakfast we stroll around to see some beautiful sights        Later, return to Muscat by lunchtime. .
  • Jebel Shams (Overnight Tour) (Muscat) - From Muscat travel to the interior via Fanjah, Izki, Nizwa by 4WDStop at Nizwa for a stroll through the Old Capital and continuing on to Al Hamra. Visit the old village of Ghul to see the abandoned Persian ruinsTravel up the Canyon near the Summit of Jebel ShamsFeel the change in climate on top of the canyon.
  • Nizwa - Bahla - Jabrin (Day Tour) (Muscat) -   A journey to the past through the Sumail Gap that divides the Western and Eastern Hajars and onto the Old Capital of Oman, Nizwa, famous for its silver souq and big round fort.   After visiting the souq and fort, we take our lunch from a local restaurant.
  • Wahiba Sands (Day Tour) (Muscat) - With eleven wilayats, this is one of the most densely populated regions in Oman. The sea offers a lot to the visitor along with the fertile wadis, dramatic gorges.
  • Barricades and Beehive tombs (Overnight Tour) (Muscat) -      A Journey to the past leading from Muscat through the Sumail to Nizwa, Bahla, Jabrin and on to Ibri by 4 WD     Visit the fortresses and castles, markets of past and present.      Dinner and overnight at hotel     Next day after breakfast, visit the ruined city of Sulaif and the Beehive tombs of Bat, that have stood since 3rd millennium BC without the help of mortar.
  • Muscat City Tour Full Day (Muscat) - Muscat, the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, with a population of over 500,000 is a bustling commercial centre with many businesses and government offices. Most international Airlines serve Muscat and national carriers, Oman Air and Gulf Air, operate local and international flights.
  • A Dakhliya (Muscat) - A'Dakhliya with its eight wilayats is regarded as a county for trade between the coast and the interior. The region has a multitude of forts and watchtowers to guard the caravans and a 17th century if the witness to the glorious past.
  • Dolphin Watch (2 Hours) (Muscat) - We will pick you up from your hotel at 7am. Make a dream come true; step aboard to explore the hidden treasures of Oman's magic coastline.
  • Ras Al Hadd (Overnight Tour) (Muscat) - Start off at 8 am from Muscat and journey down the Coast stopping at Bimah Sinkhole a geological formation and a scenic wonder. Pass through some magnificent sights with mountain on one side and Gulf of Oman on the other and reach Qalhat to see Bibi Miriam Tomb, the only building left standing after the Portuguese razed the town in the 16th century.
  • Al Batinah. Nakhl - Rustaq (Day Tour). (Muscat) - First stop is at Barka, a seaside town with small souqs and a fort along the shorelineAs you approach Nakhl, keep an eye out for the fortress that sits on a hillock outside the town. The fort's origin is pre-Islamic with major contributions by the Al Ya'ruba and the Al Busaidi dynasties.
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  • Guide in Muscat. Mark Tours - Oman is a very beautiful country, with its own culture, different from others. So tourist interest in Oman grows very fast.
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