Riyadh Province in Saudi Arabia, from Middle East region, is best know for Sacred & Religious Sites. Discover best things to do in Riyadh Province with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 164 reviews
Beautiful Mosque, Well organized for Salat Ul Janaza. arranged by Al Rajhi Trust, Free of cost burial services for the sake of Allah. Al Rajhi trust take care for all the need of the burial services include transportation of the dead body from hospital to Grand Mosque and then to grave yard. Must see location. Best time to go at ASSAR or Magrib prayer time.
4.5 based on 158 reviews
This is really good place to hangout in Riyadh. Specially when Riyadh doesn’t have a lot of places. Its gives you and idea about old civilization if najd area and offers a lot eateries.
Only problem is parking on weekend, so it will be better u reach there 2-3 hrs before sunset
4.5 based on 155 reviews
The architecture design is very nice
very good in the eyes especially in the Fountain area
The mall offers too many well known brands
It offers a wider space for the customers.
well ventilated and clean..
problem is the parking space during night weekend.
but over all... a mall to visit....
4.5 based on 537 reviews
The history of Islam is the major focus of this museum, which consists of 10 galleries, courtyards and a section that houses fancy cars and other belongings of the founding king of Saudi Arabia.
The museum is pretty nice compared to other museums in the region but it's pretty randomly organized and some exhibits are pretty contrived. There's not a lot of text or information panels and some of the "historical" pieces or events feel manufactured. I recommend you look at the list of exhibit halls and pick what you want to see rather than follow the painted line on the floor - although the 'docents' have a hard time computing this. (Eg. Skip the piece on the cosmos and formation of the earth, it's all pretty silly.)
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The mall and Sky Bridge are worth a visit. The Sky Bridge is spendy but at night is worth the trip for the photos. The lower level of the mall includes food court and affordable stores. The higher you go, the higher the prices.
4.5 based on 461 reviews
This renovated 19th-century mud fortress looks like a giant sandcastle, and contains costumes, handicrafts, a sitting room, a courtyard and a well.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
it's a quite good place to walk around in Riyadh or take your coffee with your family to stay and let your children play .
4 based on 191 reviews
Food court has all leading chains of fast foods shawarmer , Starbuck, KFC, burger king etc!! Top floor also has children's play area ,Ground has some beautiful accessories and scrafs and phone cover !! It has wide range of shops from mango bossini , centrepoint , panda , max , nayomi, women's secret , spot one , etc lot of handbags , English type frocks ,kids sections ,mother's care , ground floor also has a garden and found a gain which is eye catching a and good spot for taking selfies and pics for memory and more to enjoy ! Don't forget the sale season now going in all shops !! Grab the best !! (July 14 2017 ) they have 80% sale now going on !!
4 based on 201 reviews
The biggest shopping mall in Riyadh. Have hundreds of shops and stores for different brands. Have big food court too. Kids playing area available too. Hyper market available also
4 based on 261 reviews
These ruins of the first capital of Saudi Arabia consist of walls, houses and palaces, some of which have been restored
Located to the northwest of Riyadh, Old Dir'aiyah is undergoing a makeover and expansion that provides a clear sense of the Kingdom's interest in encouraging tourism. An original capital of the Saudi Kingdom, Dir'aiyah Diriyah is considered the home of the Saudi royal family, and served as the capital of the Emirate of Diriyah under the first Saudi dynasty from 1744 to 1818.
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