First Phase of Salalah’s Al Haffa Beach Market Completed

Salalah: Muscat National Development and Investment Company – ASAS  – has announced the completion of the first phase of the “Al Haffa Beach Market” project in Salalah in the Dhofar Governorate.

The company executing the project, Asas, confirmed to Oman News Agency and Oman Radio and Television that the first phase of the project includes the waterfront, which consists of a series of shops, some of which have started their activities for visitors and tourists, in addition to the marine walkway that has become ready, and a number of other service and entertainment facilities. .

The “Al Haffa Beach Market” project consists of heritage markets, restaurants and cafes, family service and entertainment units, and rental areas exceeding 14,000 square meters.

The “Haffa Beach Market” is a global tourist experience in the Sultanate of Oman, and a year-round destination that offers visitors and tourists tourism, entertainment and marketing products with cultural touches inspired by the identity of the place with its heritage and historical character, and traditional architectural details, using environmental elements related to the fragrant heritage and its vocabulary.

It is worth noting that ASAS has indicated that the next phases of the “Haffa Beach Market” project have reached an advanced level, and are expected to open during the current year.

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