Passing through the main road of Sultan Qaboos, taken from the name of the Sultan of Oman, a typical Arabic scene is very pronounced. Barren and sandy hills, palm trees lined the road. Although most of them look barren, many flowers and green gardens are scattered everywhere. The air feels very hot. Even though the air temperature has dropped due to winter. In summer, the temperature can reach 50 degrees Celsius. Fortunately, the house of an air-cooled friend. The typical Arabic house shape also makes the temperature in the house cool. Meanwhile, you can go to www.arabic.world/learn-arabic-online to find a good course center to learn Arabic online.
Houses in Muscat are box-shaped with almost uniform paint colors. Beige. According to my friend, the color is typical of Omani Arabia. The architecture is a blend of modern and European Arabic. If you want to see a house that is more typical of Omani Arabia, you have to go out of Muscat. One of them is in the former capital of Oman and the old city, Nizwa. About 140 kilometers from Muscat or 1.5 hours by car.
Don’t forget to visit the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Oman. This mosque is one of the largest in the world. Can accommodate 20 thousand worshipers. Inside it is covered with handmade and seamless carpet covering an area of 4,343 square meters. Once a carpet without the widest connection in the world. The court is also spacious and surrounded by gardens full of flowers.