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Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque was built on the orders of Sultan Qaboos and is located within the Sultanate of Oman. This mosque is built entirely from Indian sandstone and its design was decided by holding a competition back in 1993. The mosque has a total capacity of worshippers as high as twenty thousand. This mosque is built in the classical Persian styling with domes and minarets. This mosque also features the second largest single piece of carpet. This single piece of carpet is hand woven and is very beautiful.

Royal Opera House

Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera house is the chief venue for musical events and arts. This Opera house was built on the orders of Sultan Qaboos. It is built on the contemporary Omani styling and can house as many as 1100 people at a time. The Sultan is said to be a fan of classical music and arts and thus ordered the construction of this house. It officially opened in 2012.

Travelling to Muscat, Oman

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Muscat is the capital of the Gulf of Oman and is the largest city in the country. This capital is not as flashy as the ones from the neighboring countries but generally comes off as a breath of fresh air. This city is flanked by the Hajar mountains on one side and an open sea on the other. This makes it one of the most exciting cities to visit. You can very easily b walking through the desert in the morning and yet end up sitting on the beach of a sea on the same day in this city. This city although known for its seafood has numerous attractions all around which makes this a very appealing place to visit.The tricky terrain in the backdrop of this city makes it all the more exciting.Another appealing aspect of this city is the rich traditions and traditionally made items like jewelry and ceramics which are not cheap but are worth taking back home as souvenirs.

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Muscat Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

The tickets are available at the entrances of all attractions. Expect the ticketing counters to have long queues and fairly long waiting time.

How To Get Around?

Getting around in Oman is fairly easy, and a private taxi is a quickest and safest way around the city. Avoid booking a random taxi and go for booking them online or through your hotel for safety reasons.

What Should I Wear?

Casual clothes are the way to go but make sure that the entire body is covered to avoid any issues at the religious places since this is a sensitive religious place. Make sure to carry a bag of essentials. Avoid wearing anything fancy or anything that would make you look out of place amongst the locals.

Muscat Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Muscat is during the winter months from November to March as the weather is the most pleasant during this period. During other months, the temperature tends to get quite high.


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Will I Need a Guide?

A guide is preferred to avoid any unintentional altercations with the locals as well as to explain the history of the attractions. Book the guide through a trustable source only.

How To Get There?

The city of Muscat is well connected by the road and travel times are short. You can also fly here and regular flights to other nearby cities are also available.

Additional Info

Avoid any situations which might cause disturbance for the locals or hurt their sentiments. Avoid carrying large sums of cash and use plastic money wherever possible. Also, avoid storing all your money in one place and distribute it as much as you can. Make sure that any bookings you make are through trustable sources only and beware of pickpockets as well as frauds while shopping or visiting any of the attractions.