About an hour after taking off from Dubai, I arrived at Mascot, the capital of Oman.
Compared with the noise, publicity, luxury and openness of Dubai, it looks quiet, stable, simple and slightly conservative. There is much more green here than Dubai, which shows that the environment here is more suitable for life growth.
Oman is an ancient civilization in the Arab region. Although the current economic development is far less than the surrounding oil exporting countries, such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, etc., its history of civilization is far ahead.
The collections are all architectural things, which are more complicated. If you don’t read the introduction next to them, some of them will not be understood. Relatively small mosques
The largest museum in the area is privately owned and has a rich collection that shows the development of local handicrafts.
Small oil country in the Middle East, just passing by, generally not worth traveling alone
Muscat’s largest private museum with a history of 100 years (Bait Al-Zubair) The museum is actually the private property of the Al-zubair family in Oman. The house has a history of more than a century.
Preston_Dominguez: As-Saidiyah Street, Oman
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bait Al Zubair Museum,Al Jalali Fort & Al Mirani Fort,Sultan’s Palace,Omani - French Museum,The National Museum