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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 1152/1/2/255/2023 Amending Some Provisions of the Executive Regulation of the Tourism Law


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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 1152/2/251/2023 Deeming Wadi Shab a Tourism Region


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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 1152/1/2/1010/2023 Amending Some Provisions of Ministerial Decision 136/2021 Forming the Government Committee for Licensing Integrated Tourism Complexes and Its Working System


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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 334/2022 Determining the Fees for Visiting Forts, Castles, Historic Monuments, Tourist Centres, and World Heritage Sites

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Based on the Financial Law promulgated by Royal Decree 47/98,

the Tourism Law promulgated by Royal Decree 33/2002,

the Cultural Heritage Law promulgated by Royal Decree 35/2019,

Royal Decree 91/2020 Amending the Name of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture to the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, Determining Its Competences, and Adopting Its Organisational Structure,

Ministerial Decision 209/99 Imposing a Fee for Visiting Some Forts, Castles, and Museums,

and the approval of the Ministry of Finance,

and in pursuance of public interest,

it is hereby decided

Article I

The fees for visiting forts, castles, historic monuments, tourist centres, and world heritage sites are hereby determined in accordance with the annex attached to this decision.

Article II

Forts and castles that the private sector has invested in are hereby exempted from this decision.

Article III

Official government delegations and school trips organised by educational institutions are hereby exempted from the payment of the fees stipulated in article I of this decision.

Article IV

The aforementioned Ministerial Decision 209/99 is hereby repealed, as well as all that is contrary to this decision or in conflict with its provisions.

Article V

This decision shall be published in the Official Gazette, and comes into force on the day following the date of its publication.

Issued on: 2 Jumada Al-Thani 1444
Corresponding to: 26 December 2022

Salim bin Mohammed Al-Mahruqi
Minister of Heritage and Tourism

Published in Official Gazette 1476 issued on 15 January 2023.


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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 220/2022 Amending Some Provisions of Ministerial Decision 100/2021 Determining the Fees for Visiting Fatah Al-Khair Centre

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Published in Official Gazette 1451 issued on 24 July 2022.

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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 75/2022 Amending Some Provisions of the Executive Regulation of the Tourism Law

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Published in Official Gazette 1441 issued on 15 May 2022.

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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 136/2021 Forming the Government Committee for Licensing Integrated Tourism Complexes and Its Working System

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Based on the System for the Ownership of Real Estate in Integrated Tourism Complexes promulgated by Royal Decree 12/2006,

Royal Decree 91/2020 Amending the Name of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture to the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, Determining Its Competences, and Adopting Its Organisational Structure,

Ministerial Decision 43/2007 Forming the Government Committee for Licensing Integrated Tourism Complexes and Its Working System,

and the Executive Regulation of the System of the Ownership of Real Estate in Integrated Tourism Complexes issued by Ministerial Decision 191/2007,

and in pursuance of public interest,

it is hereby decided

Article I

A government committee for licensing integrated tourism complexes is hereby formed under the chairmanship of the Minister of Heritage and Tourism and the membership of:

1. The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism for Tourism           Deputy

Chairman

2. The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning for Urban Planning

Member

3. The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Investment Promotion for Investment Promotion

Member

4. The Director General of Criminal Inquiries and Investigations in Royal Oman Police

Member

5. The Director General of Planning in the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism

Member

6. The Assistant Director General of Environmental Affairs in the Environment Authority

Member

The committee may seek the assistance of whomever it deems appropriate from consultants, experts, and specialists to attend its sessions in order to be guided by their opinions, without having a counted vote in the decisions issued by the committee.

Article II

The committee is competent with the following functions:

1. Examining licence applications to grant the status of integrated tourism complexes.

2. Proposing amendments to the licensing rules and controls for the establishment of integrated tourism complexes.

3. Any other matters referred by the chairman of the committee that are relevant to licences for integrated tourism complexes.

Article III

The committee shall have a secretariat, which shall be competent with the administrative functions of the committee, the preparation and coordination of its meetings, and the archiving of its documents and the decisions adopted by the committee.

Article IV

The application for obtaining a licence for an integrated tourism complex shall be submitted to the secretariat of the committee on the form prepared for this purpose, provided that 8 (eight) copies of the following documents are attached to it:

1. Preliminary development plan.

2. A statement by the consultant on the percentage of the land area used for construction, distributed according to the type of use.

3. The title deed or the real estate right in rem.

4. The commercial register, passport, or identity card of the developer.

5. A preliminary statement of the number of shareholders (if any) and their shares in the project.

Article V

The licence application must meet all the conditions and requirements stipulated in this decision. In the event that any of them is not met, the secretariat of the committee shall notify the licence applicant of the deficiencies in his application, and shall grant him a grace period not exceeding 60 (sixty) days from the date of his notification to complete the required documents, otherwise, the application is considered rejected.

Article VI

The committee shall meet upon the call of the chairman or his deputy within 30 (thirty) days from the date of submitting the application, fulfilling all the prescribed conditions and requirements. The meeting of the committee shall be valid if attended by the majority of its members, provided that the chairman or his deputy is among them. The committee issues its decisions by a majority of the votes of the attending members, and in the case of a tie vote, the side that includes the chairman of the meeting prevails.

The chairman may call the committee to convene whenever necessary.

Article VII

The committee shall examine the application and decide on it within a period not exceeding 30 (thirty) days from the date of its presentation before it. In the event of rejection, the decision must be reasoned.

Article VIII

The licence applicant may, in the event that his application is rejected, file a grievance against the decision of the committee to the Minister of Heritage and Tourism within 60 (sixty) days from the date of his notification of the rejection. The minister shall decide on the grievance within 30 (thirty) days, and the lapse of the period without a response is deemed a rejection of the application.

Article IX

The licensing fees for integrated tourism complexes are hereby determined in accordance with the attached annex.

Article X

The aforementioned Ministerial Decision 43/2007 is hereby repealed, as well as all that is contrary to this decision or in conflict with its provisions.

Article XI

This decision shall be published in the Official Gazette, and comes into force on the day following the date of its publication.

Issued on: 5 Safar 1443
Corresponding to: 12 September 2021

Salim bin Mohammed Al-Mahruqi
Minister of Heritage and Tourism

Published in Official Gazette 1409 issued on 26 September 2021.


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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 124/2021 regarding the Addition of the Activity of Organising Adventure Tourism Trips to the Activities of Travel and Tourism offices

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Published in Official Gazette 1404 issued on 22 August 2021.

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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 125/2021 Determining the Price of the Journal of Oman Studies

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Published in Official Gazette 1404 issued on 22 August 2021.

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Ministry of Heritage and Tourism: Ministerial Decision 100/2021 Determining the Fees for Visiting Fatah Al-Khair Centre

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Published in Official Gazette 1404 issued on 22 August 2021.