One Perfect Day in Muscat

Here is something I recently wrote for Genevieve at her website ‘The Wanderbug’ which has lots of information about travel in Australia and abroad. I highly recommend you pop over to her site and take a visit.

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Today’s guide to Oman comes from Australian communications expert, photographer & savvy traveller, Amy Feldtmann. You can read Amy’s take on the world around her and check out her photography at her website.

One of the friendliest countries I have ever visited, Oman has been listed on the New York Times ’52 places to go in 2015’. If I only had one day in its capital, Muscat, this is how I would spend it:

Morning

After a breakfast where I would indulge in the excellent hummus that would be on offer, I’d head to one of the most important and impressive locations in Muscat: the Grand Sultan Qaboos Mosque. It is only open to tourists for a few of hours, usually 8am to 11am, and you will need to be appropriately dressed (men should not wear shorts, and women needing to cover hair with scarf). Be sure to visit the Islamic…

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