Oman students tour The Wave, Muscat masterplan
Group also visited Almouj Marina and Almouj Golf
The Wave, Muscat has welcomed a group of students aged 13-15 from Jaifur bin Al Julanda Private School for a tour of the master planned development.
The students were given a glimpse of existing and future residential, commercial and luxury hotel projects at The Wave, Muscat before visiting Almouj Marina and Almouj Golf.
Hafidh bin Nasser Al Maskary, corporate communication manager of The Wave, Muscat, said: "We welcome the opportunity to allow students to explore new horizons and witness the meticulous planning behind our waterfront community. Touring the completed areas and sharing our vision for the future has proved inspirational for the students.
“The unique architecture and scale of The Wave, Muscat showcases a sophisticated representation of Oman and offers an ideal platform for growth opportunities and success, where people can live and work equipped with all of the necessary services for a sustainable and thriving community."
Salma bint Suleiman Al Abdali, headmistress of Jaifar bin Al Julanda Private School, said: "Our visit to The Wave, Muscat was very insightful and we learned a lot about the project and its components which are not only open for residents, but also for public use.
"We enjoyed our time experiencing the different services and amenities such as Almouj Marina and learning from the professionals at Oman Sail."
The world class community amenities and retail facilities are complemented by Almouj Golf, Oman's only signature designed PGA Standard 18 hole links golf course, and the 400-berth Almouj Marina, Oman's largest private marina.
Maizoon bint Jabr Al Khanjari, a student at the school, added: "We are really impressed with what we have observed at The Wave, Muscat.
“We were not aware that all of these activities were available at The Wave, Muscat before and it is a really remarkable project that is also a great place to live and visit."
The Wave, Muscat is spread along six kilometers of coastline.