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Work in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Work in Oman

Working in Oman requires that you hold a residence permit. In common with other Gulf countries, you must be sponsored by an employer to obtain a residence permit. It’s not uncommon...

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Eat in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Eat in Oman

The food is mainly Arabic, Lebanese, Turkish, and Indian. Many Omanis make a distinction between “Arabic” food and “Omani” food, with the former being the...

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Drink in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Drink in Oman

Bottled drinking (mineral) water is easily available at most stores. Tap water is generally safe; however, most Omanis drink bottled water and to be safe, you should too. Alcohol is...

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Sleep in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Sleep in Oman

Oman has the full spectrum of accommodation – from ultra-luxurious hotels to extremely rustic huts in the desert constructed from date palm leaves. In recent years, Oman has been...

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Stay safe in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Stay safe in Oman

Oman is a relatively safe country and serious crime is rare. The Royal Oman Police is notably efficient and honest. Driving in Muscat can sometimes be a problem, although this is due more...

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Stay healthy in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Stay healthy in Oman

Oman is warm year-round and summers can be extremely hot. Always carry drinking water with you and be wary of de-hydration in high temperatures. If you’re not used to the heat it can...

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Respect in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Respect in Oman

The Omanis are generally very humble and down-to-earth people. The usual rules of respect when traveling in a Muslim country should be followed in Oman, even when locals appear to be a...

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Cope in Oman

Posted in on 5-16-13

Cope in Oman

Visitors may be interested in the monthly English language lifestyle magazine, Oman Today [5], which is widely available in Oman.

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