Welcome to Sinaw
Many people pay a visit to Sinaw just to see its old Bedouin-frequented souq, but this modest town does have another, mostly overlooked attraction. If you pass the souq gate on your left and veer around to the right, a left turn after about 500m takes you up the hill towards a cemetery. After a couple of kilometres more, you’ll come to the old quarter of Sinaw. This neighbourhood of old mud-brick houses is charged with atmosphere and begs to be photographed in the late afternoon when the contours of the tall buildings soften.