The Oman Gas and Oil Exhibition Center is managed by the Petroleum Development Oman (PDO). It is a museum and an adjacent Planetarium. The facility was set up in 1979 to show the wonders of the universe and to show how modern science has evolved. The renovation made it a fully fledged center in 1995. Located in Muscat it is one of Muscat’s popular tourist attractions. Muscat Dinning is one of the other other highly accredited features about the city. Home to a wide array of restaurants with a wide range of cuisines.
When accommodation for tourist is taken into account there are quite a few hotels in Muscat , however one that leaves a mark has been the Ruwi Hotel. Located in the heart of the city the location makes it convenient to get to places of interest and attraction with ease.
The Oman Gas and Oil Exhibition Center is located in the heart of the city. The museum aims to show the history of gas and petroleum most of the exhibits are centered around the geology and history of natural gases and petroleum. One of the main highlights is the history of oil in the country and unique geology of Oman. The exhibits allow visitors get a hands on experience. There are six main displays that explain the formation of petroleum and how it is discovered and brought to surface and the purification process of it as well. Visitors also get to experience the role of technology in the oil and gas industry and what the future looks like for the industry as a whole.
Apart from this there are various other things to do in Muscat such as a visit to the Grand Mosque. One of the greatest modern architectural marvels with a grand main prayer room. There are some impressive beaches in the city as well as fine dining options as mentioned above.
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