20 Reasons You Should NEVER Visit Oman - Blaber Blogger

Latest News

20 Reasons You Should NEVER Visit Oman



READ IN BETWEEN LINES

No beautiful locations, no scenic views, no lovely beaches, no culture. You should never visit Oman and I will give you 20 reason why you should never visit Oman.

1. Let me start by saying, its amazingly, there is no scenic beauty in Oman,
See nothing beautiful.

So ugly, right?

2. Over crowded, dirty beaches all over the country.

See how dirty this beach in Oman is for instance.
3. The desert in Oman isn't interesting and there isn't anything you can do in the desert. Desert safari, sand bashing and desert adventurous sports are something Oman has never heard of.

Look at this pic from the desert of Oman, so unattractive.

4. If you love the ocean, this isn't the place for you. There is nothing in Oman for ocean lovers.
No ocean, no seas, no blues at all in Oman?

5. There isn't any place in Oman where you could have a good time driving. Whether be in the marine drive, the desert highways or the streets by the hills or the Omani highways, there is no place for driving in Oman.
No good places to drive.

6. There is no beauty in the landscape of Oman. The rocky mountains and hills have nothing attractive.

So ugly and unattractive!

7. There is no beauty in the landscape below the ground in Oman too. The underground caves in Oman has nothing special in it.
Yeah, nothing special. Kind of view you can get anything in the world.

or this one?
See so plain and simple.

8. There are options for people in Oman to try boring stuffs like ocean diving and discovering the flora and fauna underwater. Dolphin watching, whale watching, diving and snorkeling are some really lame thing one can do.
Discovering underwater in Oman is so lame right?

9. Oman has a lot of wadis. What are wadis? Well Wadi is a valley that is normally dry but during the monsoons after the rain, it is filled with water, forming like an oasis with of water and vegetation. And yes, Oman has plenty of them. and there are not pretty at all.
See, not pretty!

10. The architecture of Oman is not beautiful and unique. It is not colorful and does not reflects Omani design and art in such an amazing way. And not to forget the old traditional Omani buildings, which comes in different and sizes which are also not fascinating.

Omani architecture, really plain and ugly.
How about this one, another ugly one right?
Yes, nothing cultural and beautiful? huh?


12. If you love shopping, Oman has no modern shopping malls and Oman has no souks too. Shopping in Omani souks will be a very different and brilliant experience, with traditional Arab market where there are thousands of items you would love to take home. But there are no souks in Oman.

At the souq in Oman... wait a minutes.. no souq in Oman right?

13. You would never see more beautiful sporting event than cute Omani kids playing football during sunset at Omani beaches. Yes, Omani are football crazies and playing one in the beaches in fun to play or watch. Oh wait that's also not interesting, right?
BORING!

14. Not just is the city beautiful, but the city’s night skyline is lame and not really special. Whether it be taking a look at Muscat city from the hill of Alamirat or taking a glass of Muttrah from the port, the view would be something so dull that you would rather stay in your room watching tv.
Boring night view of Muttrah, Muscat.

View of Muscat from Al Amerat, and its so ugly.

15. You won't find any mosques in the city and yes, you won't find them in every other street and neighbourhood as well. And even if you do, there are not beautifully lighted, amazingly designed and does not show the beauty of Omani architecture.
Grand Mosque in Muscat... not at all beautiful and far away from being an architectural perfection?


16.  You won't find any food that is tasty or even looks tasty.
Doesn't look tasty right?

Are you sure you mouth isn't watering?

17. Having some traditional Omani sheesah or hookah is also not interesting.

18. No rich culture and fashion.
Beauty, culture, heritage and fashion. Can't see? Maybe blinded?

19. No kind, hospitable people and not a single smiling face.

See... the face doesn't look kind or hospitable.
20.  So when you visit Oman, be assured that you would be welcomed to this beautiful country by people there with no warm and hospitable smiles.
See.... no one is smiling

Oman a Country Study Oman a Country Study
Since the development of the country's infrastructure in the 1970s, national development plans have given priority to reducing dependency on oil exports and encouraging income-generating projects in non-oil sectors (diversification), promoting privatesector investment, and effecting a wider geographical distribution of investments to correct regional imbalances. Such a wider distribution is intended to narrow the gap in the standard of living in different regions, develop existing areas of population, and discourage migration to densely populated urban centers, such as Muscat (also seen as Masqat), the capital. Equally important are the national goals to develop local human resources, to increase indigenous participation in the private sector, and to improve government management and organization.


Lonely Planet Oman, UAE & Arabian Peninsula Lonely Planet Oman, UAE & Arabian Peninsula
Discover Oman, UAE, and the Arabian Peninsula Sneak (legally) into the dunes of Saudi Arabia's Empty Quarter and experience all that's romantic about the desert. Look beyond Dubai to the rest of the UAE - count the camels on the sublime desert drive from Sharjah to Kalba. Hike where fragrant rosewater is produced from the pink roses of Oman's Jebel Akhdar. Discover the secret to eternal life - and what make Suqutra the Galapagos Islands of the Middle East. In This Guide: More off-the-beaten-track UAE info than any other guide Special Haj feature tells the ultimate traveler's tale Dedicated Expats chapter packed with tips on living in another culture The only guide with independent reviews of everything you need to know about Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar

1 comment:

Now its your TURN.
Is there anything you want to say about the post above? Do let me know by leaving your valuable comments in the comment box below. Thank you!

Blaber Blogger Designed by Nischal Gurung Copyright © 2016

Theme images by Bim. Powered by Blogger.