Khasab is a metropolis in an exclave of Oman bordering the United Arab Emirates. It is the nearby capital of the Musandam peninsula and has frequently been dubbed the "Norway of Arabia" due to its widespread fjord-like craggy inlets and desolate mountainscapes. Khasab is a small city while in comparison to close by towns of the United Arab Emirates. It has many residents who often stay in mainland Oman and come to Khasab for vacations. There is a huge population of Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis just like mainland Oman who paintings in restaurants, grocery stores, supermarkets, excursion operators and many other locations.
The metropolis is evidently surrounded by the mountains of the Al Hajar Range. Khasab has a completely practical clinic and numerous hotels, seashores and parks throughout the town. The town's populace is ruled by way of ethnic Omanis from the mainland. Khasab additionally has a fortress that is known as Khasab Fort. The sea port is dominated by the dhows which take tourists for a cruise across the herbal, dry "fjords". The city is frequently visited by means of residents of UAE as the Khasab Coastal Road affords get right of entry to to the city from UAE by means of connecting with the E11 Highway in the UAE side. The city also can be accessed by using the ferry that's maintained through the Government. The ferries are modern-day.