Things to know about the Sultanate of Oman


Oman Flag Oman is the oldest state in the Arab world. It is an independent state. In the 19th century, it considered being the most powerful and influential state. Oman has strong ties with the United Kingdom since the 19th century. According to the 2017 census, its total population was 4.5 million. The most widely spoken language in Oman is Arabic. The majority of them are Muslims.

Oman located in the east of Arabia, which forms its corner. Historically, the country was associated with the trade of commodities, which traded in commodities. It is a moderate country, so, have good relationships with other countries.

Oman's climate is hot and dry. The temperature in Oman sometimes goes up to 43 ° C. Even in winter; the temperature stays just 17 ° C. Rainfall is also very low here. The average rainfall here is 100mm.

Oman's cultural features are similar to those of its neighboring Arab countries; Shipbuilding has a long tradition here. Oil reserves were discovered here in 1964. The discovery of oil proved to be very helpful in increasing the GDP of Oman.

Oman's Capital

Oman is considered a breath of fresh air. Muscat is famous for its seafood. This region of Oman is thrilling. The port also has the support of the mountains. The people of Muscat are very hospitable.

Muscat is a port of Oman surrounded by mountains. Mountains and deserts surround it. There are many shopping malls in addition to the historical buildings; Bani Sultan Qaboos Mosque can see. Its dome is 50 meters high. The carpets here are exquisite, Where 2000 people can live.

Things to Do in Oman

Mutrah Souq is a place where people come to visit Souq. It has a modern wooden roof.

Jabreen Castle is a beautiful castle capable of capturing a set of modern villas. It is an excellent place.

The Royal Opera House Muscat is a beautiful Arabian design made of marble and wood.

Nakhal Fort is built during the reign of Imam Said bin Sultan. It reflects the old history of Islam.