Oman’s oldest port to be transformed into coastal tourist haven

Oman’s oldest port to be transformed into coastal tourist haven

Oman Port

Dubai-based luxury designer Damac has collaborated with leading master planning, framework, building structure and development supervision firm SSH to inhale new life into Oman’s Sultan Qaboos ocean terminal, changing it into one of the biggest waterfront tourist and lifestyle havens in the region. One of the most visited tourist destinations in Oman, Mina Sultan Qaboos Waterfront is located in the 200-year-old historical centre of commerce in Muscat.Damac was picked by the Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran) to form Port Sultan Qaboos into a world-class, blended use waterfront goal and to build up the port as a fundamental new the tourist industry hub for Oman.

The Mina Sultan Qaboos Waterfront Regeneration Project advancement will incorporate two fundamental zones, in particular tourist port recovery regions, just as other task locales, for example, Shotayfi Village, Al Rabia peak bundles and Hay Al Mina. SSH was subsequently awarded the scope of detailing the master plan and completing the infrastructure of the new waterfront destination. In addition, SSH is carrying out design consultancy services for the buildings and components of Zone 1 – Bab Al Mina.

The Bab Al Mina zone conceals an assembled territory of roughly 150,000-sq-m and incorporates a four-star inn, private squares involving 430 units and a few retail and amusement contributions. “SSH is extremely glad to work cooperatively with regarded organizations, for example, Omran and Damac on a venture of this gauge,” said Omar Nuri, general administrator – Oman, at SSH. “We anticipate conveying an extraordinary advancement that will have a positive social just as monetary effect on Oman. A definitive vision is that the change of the Mina Sultan Qaboos Waterfront zone will add to the sultanate turning into a main the tourism goal in the Mena district.”