Tourists travelling with families will love the Childrenâ€™s Museum. It offers the visitors the achievements of modern science and technology. The visitors may explore the collection of original showpieces and take part in exciting experiments. The city of Muscat is famous for its natural attractions, the most popular of which is the Wadi Shab. An oasis of ultimate beauty embraced with the vast desert attracts many tourists.
The territory of the wadi features magnificent lakes, palm groves as well as vast meadows. These places will be of perfect heaven sent entertainment and leisure for tourists in the heat of the day. Muscat hosts the largest mosque in the world â€“ the Sultan Qaboos Mosque. The height of its main cupola is 50m. The snow white building of ultimate beauty featuring elegant arches and carved windows looks impressive.
The mosque features a luxury decoration of its interior. The main adornment of its hall is a handmade rug. Its length is 70m with the width of 60m. The handmade rug is a unique article being the largest in its kind. The sightseeing tour should definitely include a visit to the Muscat watchtower which is placed not far from the city center. It offers a scenic panoramic view over the suburbs; and the landmarks and sights of the city are seen in full view.