Oman planning to build iconic landmark like the Eiffel Tower

The idea is part of a number of projects to attract more tourists

Oman planning to build iconic landmark like the Eiffel Tower

Oman is planning to build an iconic landmark similar to the Eiffel Tower in Paris in a bid to attract more tourists.

The plans, unveiled in the 2019 annual report produced by the Implementation Support and Follow-up Unit (ISFU), would see the tourist attraction built in a mixed-use development.

The report says, “With Oman increasingly finding itself in the international tourism spotlight, this initiative aims to create an iconic landmark that a global audience could associate directly with the Sultanate of Oman.

“Similar to landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, the proposed landmark would also function as a destination product to attract tourism into the country.”

No further details were revealed as to what the landmark would be, but the report noted that the team were looking for a suitable location.

Other initiatives covered in the report include eco-tourism, creating food and beverage cultural precincts - including a Muscat food court - and targeting new tourism markets such as Russia and China.

Oman also plans to classify its restaurants and create a food directory app.

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