A great lookout post from the cliffs of Mutrah
Time Out Says
The maze-like shopping streets buzz with atmosphere and a sense of Oman’s trading roots. Here you can haggle for anything from jewellery, furniture, souvenirs, rugs, clothing, accessories and much more in a tourist-friendly environment. More vibrant than air-conditioned and overly sanitised shopping malls, the souq is also home to some great street food, too. Although the idea of market sellers hawking their goods has stood here for generations, it has been modernised somewhat. And tastefully so. A visit and a perfumed purchase is essential for any Muscat visit.
27 Mar 2019
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