Vacation In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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As the nation's capital, Riyadh represents a hub of commerce, culture and transport. Located in the center of the country, Riyadh has kept pace with the world's richest cities, with structures of architectural note climbing high into the sky and building over time an impressive list of fancy restaurants and luxury hotels. The modest historical core features some of the main cultural attractions of Riyadh, including remnants of the old city walls that once protected the humble stop on the desert trade route. Riyadh is in Riyadh Province.


Located in downtown Riyadh, is a castle made of clay and mud-brick that once played a significant role in the Kingdom’s history. It was where the recapture of Riyadh took place in 1902. Even today, Al Masmak Fort still plays a big part in the country’s tourism. This stunning architecture lets you re-live the memories of the years gone by as the old castle was turned into a museum. It showcases a variety of antique guns, costumes, set-ups of a traditional Saudi house and exhibits of old photos of places and civilizations of the kingdom. Another good thing about this awesome place is that the entrance is FREE. But be sure to check the schedules first, as there is a separate visiting schedule for men and families.


After you get a dose of Saudi history, it’s time to do some bargaining at Deerah Souk. Souk is the Arabic word for market or bazaar. It is located just behind the Masmak Fort. This is the best place to buy souvenirs for your family and friends back home as there are lots of stalls to choose from and the price here is cheap. Toys, ref magnets, key chains, scarfs, shawls, carpets, lanterns, scented oils, dress, make-ups, gold, accessories, spices… Everything you need can be found in the souk. There is a separate area for each. Do not be shy to haggle!


If you want to see Riyadh from up above, this is the best place to be. Located on the 99th floor of Kingdom Tower, the third tallest skyscraper in Riyadh is a 56-meter sky bridge where you can have a panoramic view of the city. It takes two speedy lifts to take you to the top. Whether you come to visit it during the day or night, both offer a spectacular view. There are also shopping malls and restaurants on the ground floor. The Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh is also located at the Kingdom Center.


You heard it right. The world’s largest integrated farm can be found on this desert land. Al Safi Dairy Farm in Al Kharj is a Guinness World Record Holder with more than 50,000 Holstein cows. Upon entering the company’s premises, cars will undergo a series of disinfection. A company staff will welcome the visitors and conduct the tour using their spacious bus. First stop is the farm. Just like any other place in the Kingdom, male and female cows cannot just mix up. Cows are also separated based on their age. A great experience for children is that they can touch and bottle-feed the baby cows.

Next stop is the state-of-the-art milking parlors. Be amazed on how they pamper these female cows to get the best quality milk. A short visit to the machine-operated factory is also part of the tour. But the best part of the trip is at the end where they are giving away lots of freebies. The trip is free, but you have to contact the company first and book in advance.


For a quick weekend getaway, head to the Red Sand Dunes. Rent an ATV, do some picnics or barbecue with the magnificent view of Tuwaiq Escarpment on the back drop. It’s better to go there in the morning or the late afternoon when the sun’s heat is still bearable.


Almost 90 km north of Riyadh hides this breathtaking rock formation. Located at the Acacia Valley and part of Tuwaiq Escarpment, this amazing place is a common trekking spot for expats. Standing on the edge of the cliff with the endless view of the valley below will make you feel as if you are on the edge of the world. It is believed that this place was the bottom of an ocean some thousands of years ago. The best way to get there is by using a 4×4 vehicle as the road is rocky and sandy. This is where your driving skills will be put to the test.


What better way to understand Saudi Arabia than by visiting its national museum. The museum is divided into eight well-designed halls namely: Which are Man and the Universe, Arabian Kingdom, The Pre-Islamic Era, The Prophet’s Mission, Islam and the Arabian Peninsula, First and Second Saudi States, The Unification and The Hajj and the Two Holy Mosque. It offers a vast display of antiques, manuscripts, miniatures and artifacts. There are also audio-visual presentations both in English and Arabic for the more enjoyable experience. Entrance fee cost SAR 10 for adults and FREE for children.


This UNESCO World Heritage Site should not be missed when visiting Riyadh. It was the original home of the Saudi Royal Family and the first Saudi capital. Old houses made of mud are such a wonderful sight to behold knowing the glorious past it once witnessed.


Since the price of petrol in Saudi Arabia is incredibly cheap, why not invite your family and friends on a road trip. From quirky-shaped buildings, beautiful mosques, huge palaces, green date farms, a vast desert scene, superb sunrise and sunset views and much more, Riyadh has it all.


With a large percentage of expat population, Riyadh is surely the best place to try a wide array of cuisine. From Middle Eastern, Lebanese, Turkish, Indian, Pakistani, Asian, Italian, American and more, Riyadh will surely satisfy your craving appetite.


Situated in the center of the Arabian Peninsula on a large plateau is Riyadh, the capital and largest city of Saudi Arabia. Unlike other modern cities in the Middle East, Riyadh is known for being conservative, even compared to other cities in the Kingdom like Jeddah and Dammam. Others might also think of it as a very boring city. Women cannot go out in public without wearing the abaya. A long, black cloak used to fully cover the body, while men are discouraged from wearing sleeveless shirts and shorts.

Women are not allowed to drive and they cannot mix with men unless they are married to them, or they are direct blood relatives. All establishments stop their operation during prayer times which is five times a day. Religious police or mutawa are a common sight even in the malls. The word “culture-shock” really applies if you are a newbie on this part of the planet. But just like any other places, obeying the rules is the best way to cope up with the daily life in Riyadh.

King Khalid International Airport is located 35 kilometers north of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, designed by the architectural firm HOK and Arabian Bechtel Company Limited served as the construction manager on behalf of the Saudi government.

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital and main financial hub, is on a desert plateau in the country’s center. Business district landmarks include the 302m-high Kingdom Centre, with a sky bridge connecting 2 towers and 267m-high Al Faisaliah Centre, with a glass-globe summit. In the historical Deira district, Masmak Fort marks the site of the 1902 raid that gave the Al Sauds control of Riyadh.

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