The port city of Muscat sitting pretty on the tranquil shores of Gulf of Oman, is the laid-back, happy cousin of Dubai. Muscat is known for its elegant and attractively uniform houses coloured white or cream and low-rise buildings with fine lines, arches and traditional designs. Unlike its glamourous neighbouring cities with their jungles of skyscrapers, Muscat looks and feels traditionally middle-eastern. If you’re heading to Oman and don’t have a clue of what to do in this charming city, we have curated a list of the most popular things to do in Muscat.
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