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Oman, officially called the Sultanate of Oman, is a landscape with mountainous valleys, dunes, and steep canyons. It is an excellent place for all nature lovers, with wild Arabian leopards at Jebel Samhan Nature Reserve in Dhofar, turtle hatching in Al Dimaniyat Islands, humpback whales, spinner dolphins, and coral reefs in the coastlines.

The city of Musandam in Oman is rich in architecture, and the clear water is excellent for scuba diving. Bahla in the Dakhliya region is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wadi Shab is great for hiking. 

The souqs are vibrant, and some of the best souqs in Oman are the Nizwa, Muttrah, Ladies Souq Ibra, and Al Husn/Haffa. Apart from the local Souqs, Oman also has shopping malls, some of which are the City Centre Muscat, Oman Avenues Mall, and the Salalah Gardens Mall.