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I have visited many souks in the past. This one is just another one. I don’t really see anything different from other souks, lots of salesmen trying to make you buy some made in China product, but, sold as authentic. The streets around are a...More
I thoroughly enjoyed walking through the Mutrah Souq. I bought myself a silver chain and a precious stone pendant. The staff are friendly altohugh some can be rather annoying asking you to come into their shops but its part of what goes on there so...More
Do you want to step away from the fashion stores of the big malls into a whole new world and experience what the locals see and crave? Time to get a taxi and go to the Mutrah Souq (Marketplace) to buy everything from Frankencense to...More
The Muttrah Souq is the traditional old city souq in Muscat. To be honest, it’s much like any other old souq in the middle east. There are a few slight differences, and it’s worth visiting, but a large proportion of the wares for sale will...More
One of the oldest marketplaces in the Arab world. It's located near Muscat harbor.
We can find everything there..mixed smells of frankincense, perfume oils, spices. Omani silver, brightly colored cloth, scarves, Omani pots, paintings, leatherwork, incense, etc..
You can try delicious local food there..
Souqs around the Middle East should have the locals selling local products to offer a unique experience to all travellers. While Mutrah Souq, located on the corniche, is a great place to find all Omani products and souvenirs, you'll rarely see any local at this...More
No visit to Muscat is compete without giving a visit to Mutrah souq. It's located on the Corniche front the view from where is amazing and you can stroll around on the street and find many eateries suiting your pocket and taste.
You will get...More
Mutrah Souk is run down and the majority of its shops sell the same over-priced tourist tat which explains why the shopkeepers are incredibly pushy, verging on rude. Not a patch on Souq Waqif in Doha and frankly not worth bothering with unless you enjoy...More