Muscat

When is the best time to book a flight to Muscat?

 

Muscat displays a hot, arid climate with long summers and warm winters. Temperatures reach as high as 49°C during summers. For sightseeing, the best time to fly into the city is between December to March as the air is moderate and pleasant, making it quite easy to tour around. Annual rainfall is very rare, mostly falling during winter months.

 

 

Where is best places to eat in Muscat?

 

Now booking cheap flights to Muscat from any major airport in the UK is as easy as you think. Just fill in your travel details to book a low cost airline to suit your finance. Once you disembark from your flight at the Muscat International Airport (MCT), avail our car hire facility to drop you at your hotel. By searching our site you get to avail various travel offers, discounts and guaranteed travel guidance from our experts.

 

 

Best to shopping around in Muscat?

 

Muscat has surely come a long way from simple crowded bazaars to the ultra-modern gleaming shopping complexes and departmental stores. The city center has a number of shopping malls which are mainly situated in Qurum at the split of the main highway and the Al Khuwair facing various other markets and food courts.

 

The local produce in the super markets is reasonably priced with a good brand name and standard. There are various Indian and Middle Eastern furniture and handicraft shops with few antique galleries too.

 

Deciding a place to shop can be baffling. Al Araimi, Al Sarooj, Sabco Center, Lulu Hypermarket, Muscat Grand mall, City Plaza, Al Khamis Plaza are few names highly regarded among the ardent shoppers.

 

 

Travel Guide

 

Muscat offers a captivating snapshot of the past and the present. Being Oman's commercial tourist destination, the city is undeniably modern with white-washed suburbs, multi-lane highways, brilliant coastlines, swanky restaurants and gigantic malls.

 

You will love admiring the city's past remains. Each and every district has a beguiling tale that draws not only international tourists, but even the locals too. The salty seafront is lined up with old forts, vivid mosques, beautifully sculpted Arabian building and sky-kissing museums.

 

Once described as 'beggarly poor town', today, the sprawling metropolis is a massive modern creation, magnetizing visitors and families from all over the globe.

  


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