Five Corniches To Try In Muscat This Weekend

T-Mag Wednesday 25/May/2016 17:49 PM
By: Times News Service
Five Corniches To Try In Muscat This Weekend

1. Muttrah Corniche
Have a long walk along the Muttrah Corniche from the Fish Roundabout to Riyam Park. The busy walkway is crowded with tourists, expats, and locals enjoying the oceanic views and the proximity to the historic Muttrah Souq. After your walk, you can linger at one of the numerous restaurants and cafes.
Muttrah Corniche, Muttrah

2. Al Ghubra Corniche
Al Ghubra Corniche is a lush green stretch situated at Al Izdihar Street, near Al Ghubra lake garden, which is fast becoming a popular destination for family picnics because of its safe, quite ambiance. If you stop in the garden after your stroll, be ready to pack up your stuff before 11pm to avoid getting showered by the water sprinklers.
Al Izdihar Street, Al Ghubra

3. Shatti Corniche
Located on Shatti Street, locally known as ‘love street,’ this walkway is in a very happening area. With its beautiful palms, BBQ areas, and plenty of restaurants and cafes, it is perfect for an afternoon chill or for a lively evening watching all the sporty cars in Muscat cruising up and down the lane.
Al Shatti Street, Qurum

4. Seeb Corniche
Seeb Corniche is a beautifully developed 8-kilometre corniche located between Mabela and the Seeb fish market. It’s been renovated and adorned with trees and flowers along the interlocked walkway which also features a kids’ playground. This quiet place is a must-visit in the cool evenings.
Seeb Corniche, Seeb

5. Al Hail Corniche
Al Hail Corniche is a personal favourite of ours; vibrant and packed with youngsters playing football in the sand, families grilling meat and corn, and people exercising. It is a wonderful place for a bonfire with friends.
North Al Hail, Seeb, Muscat