Mina Al Sultan Qaboos’ (MaSQ) on-site discovery centre is currently being outfitted, and will soon open its doors to the public, Damac International has announced.
The development is in line with the National Strategy for Tourism 2040, and led by Muttrah Tourism Development Company, a joint venture between Omran and Damac. Located across from the historical port, the centre is the first visible structure in the transformation of MaSQ into a modern waterfront destination, a development in strategic partnership with Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran), the government’s tourism development arm.
The space will offer unparalleled views of the Arabian Sea and aims to enrich visitors with the rich heritage of Muttrah. Located at the southern end of the Muttrah Corniche, the MaSQ Discovery Centre will also house an Omani restaurant operated by Bait Al Luban, where visitors can enjoy fresh seafood against the stunning backdrop of Muscat’s prized port.
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