Book tickets on some of the cheapest Chennai to Muscat flights and vice versa to get a feel of both the cities. Chennai is one of the most populous cities in India and it is the political capital of state of Tamil Nadu. The city is situated on the “Coromandel Coast off the great Bay of Bengal”. It is a port city and its economy is largely based on wide gamut of industries such as computer technology, automobile, healthcare and manufacturing. One of the highlight of this exotic city is its IT or ITES related industry, which is considered to be the second largest in the country in terms of export. The city also has a major chunk of the automobile industry in the country, which makes it the “Detroit of Asia”.
India is such a diverse country in terms of cultural heritage that you will feel that you never had enough of the country especially after visiting Chennai. Carnatic music and Bharat Natyam has originated from this very city and Tamil film industry is the second largest in the country. These are some of the main tourist attractions of the city. The city which was once a British colony has a nice mix of British architecture, which can be found in certain parts of the city. If you are in Chennai and you haven’t thought about visiting the beaches here then you are definitely not doing justice to yourself. Some of the best beaches in the country can be found here. You definitely need to visit Marina Beach (which is the second largest beach in the world) and also other beaches like Edward Elliot’s beach, Breezy beach and Covelong. Other places of historic importance that one needs to visit are Basilica of the National Shrine of St. Thomas, St. Mary’s Church, and St. Thomas Mount, Big Mosque, Kapaleeswarar Temple and others.
From Chennai you will get cheap air tickets for Chennai to Muscat flights with all the amenities that one requires for traveling. Muscat is the capital of Oman. Known since the second century AD, it is one of the oldest cities in the Middle East and the largest city in the Sultanate of Oman. It is also the largest city in the governorate of Muscat.
Bahla Fort, one of the four historic fortresses represents the city. The city also offers many eye capturing sites like The Wahiba Sands-a vast mass of undulating sand dunes that rise up to 200m, Jabel Shams, the highest peak in Oman, Rasal Junaiyz -a sanctuary for green turtles, Al Alam Palace-an example of modern Arab architecture, Batinah coast, Fort Jalali and Fort Mirani and Nakhl Fort which was built in the 17th century. Tourists reach the city to view these interesting spots, which help them to know more about the historical and cultural background of the country.