Muscat City Centreとその近隣エリアの人気アクティビティ
I’m calling In Muscat in March on a cruise but prefer to wander around myself rather than go on organised tours. Is the centre easily accessible from the cruise terminal and is the city safe to wander taking the usual savvy precautions?
The cruise ship terminal is in walking distance from the town. Muscat is very safe, extremely well maintained and clean.
Hi Everyone Im an Omani national . I offer private tour guide around Oman to all dissertation. Sea , mountain , desert and villages. I have been working with as a tour guide for 3 years now . Im flexible with time and price. I can also help tourists with hotel booking and amy other enquiries . I speak English
We will be arriving on the Sapphire Princess cruises ship Nov 28th—-are you available to give us a day tour???
Muscat City Centre what kind of food does the food court hold?
The food court has food outlets of all taste Indian, Italian, Arabic, Chinese, Fast food - KFC, MacD, etc. Food is priced reasonable the food court has adequate neat and clean sitting arrangements also.
ciao,quindi si puo scendere dalla nave e andare a piedi a visitare il tutto?
Ciao, Muscat è carina da girare a piedi. Dal porto potete fare una bella passeggiata sul lungomare e poi salire nei giardini e scendere per la città dall'altro lato. C'è un souk carino, io ci ho comprato un sacco di vestiti tipici. In taxi invece fatevi portare alla Grande Moschea del Sultano Qaboos, in poco più di un quarto d'ora ci si arriva, ne vale la pena. Buon viaggio !
There seems to be some confusion about this listing. Is this page meant to describe (A) City Center Muscat, the shopping mall just west of the airport (citycentremuscat d o t com) OR (B) the old souk in Muttrah? If the answer is A, then there are a bunch of misplaced and confusion-inducing reviews here. There is already a page for the Muttrah souk (search TripAdvisor for "Old Muttrah Souk")
There are 2 different issues and here is your answer that can help you A. City Center Muscat Developed and is managed by Majid Al Futtaim Properties, City Centre Muscat shopping mall was opened in October 2001. It is located on Sultan Qaboos Road (3 km from Muscat International Airport), Sultanate of Oman. City Centre Muscat underwent an expansion in 2007 that doubled the size of the mall introducing more than 60 new stores and increasing its retail space to 60,484 sqm. In June 2013, the mall announced a second redevelopment to add 48,500 sqft of retail space dedicated to entertainment and leisure. B.Mutrah Souq Every place has its distinctive flavour and every city has a market that relates its stories, embraces its history and accompanies its evolution. If you enjoy visiting public markets, you must see Mutrah Souq, the most beautiful market your eyes will ever see! Mutrah Souq is one of the oldest markets in Oman, dating back about two hundred years. Its antiquity has perhaps increased the extent of its beauty, magic and allure. You cannot see Mutrah Souq from the outside, as it stretched deep within the city. The market starts at a gate facing the Sea of Oman and Mutrah Corniche, and ends with another gate in the city’s old quarters that usually receive the majority of visitors coming from other Omani towns and villages. Mutrah Souq is a prototype of old Eastern markets, characterised by narrow winding alleys roofed with wood. This Souq goes by another name among the Omanis: the Market of Darkness, due to its myriad of alleys and roads lined by shops that block the sun during the day. This name applies specifically to the section that extends from the Prophet's Mosque to Khawr Bimbah. And as if two names were not enough for this souq, the east and west parts of Mutrah Souq, separated by Khawr Bimbah, are also known as “the small market” and “the large market”. The Market of Darkness is the small market, whereas the large market is the wholesale market. When passing through this souq, your senses are tantalised by the aromatic smells of frankincense, incense and Arabian perfumes. Mutrah Souq is known for its handicrafts like silverware, daggers, traditional cloth, new apparel and shoes, in addition to the famous Omani sweets (Halwa), spices and braziers (receptacles in which incense or frankincense is burned). Enjoy your trip
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