Rahul Tiwari
Aug 14
Being one of the fastest growing cities in the world, Riyadh gives you an impeccable experience that you can cherish for a lifetime. Hence, here is the list of places that you simply can’t miss out in

Top 3 Best Places To Visit In Riyadh 

All of us need a break from the routinely life. You wish to yearn for something different and exciting; or craving for new experiences and challenges that may bring joy in your monotonous life. Exposing yourself to new people, places, and experiences will help you to discover yourself in an integral way. Therefore, you must develop a habit of traveling to new places, as this will not just bring fun in your life, but will also make you more capable to overcome future challenges. Attracting a wide number of travellers all around the world, Riyadh is a city that’s worth your attention. This conservative city will captivate you with its fascinating history and culture. Being one of the fastest growing cities in the world, Riyadh gives you an impeccable experience that you can cherish for a lifetime. Hence, here is the list of places that you simply can’t miss out in Riyadh:

Kingdom Centre

If you wish to enjoy the breath-taking view of the city, pay a visit to the Sky Bridge at Kingdom Centre. You must visit this place as it houses luxurious residential apartments, fine restaurants, and a shopping mall. Besides, there is an entire floor dedicated to women with beauty salons, stores, and body spas. This stunning piece of modern architecture is a must-see attraction of the city.

 Masmak Fortress 

Situated in the old quarters of Riyadh, this mud-brick fort is one of the most visited attractions of the city. The palace gate is made of palm and tamarisk trunks with an opening in the middle known as the skylight. Also, for the visitors, there are traditional costumes and handicrafts that are displayed in the fort. A visit to the Masmak Fortress gives a glimpse into the interesting history of the kingdom. 

National Museum

Popularly known as one of the best museums in the middle-east, the National Museum showcases a wide collection of geological, religious, architectural, and archaeological exhibits. It features eight main galleries, which depict different ages like the arrival of Prophet Mohammad and Islamic civilization.

Royal Saudi Air Force Museum

The Royal Saudi Air Force Museum or Saqr Al-Jazira is located on the East Ring Road of Riyadh between exits 10 and 11. A Saudia Lockheed L-1011 Tristar serves as a gateguard visible from the ring road. Admission is 10 Saudi Riyals (SR)for adults and 5 SR for children. The museum is open from 9:00am to 12:00 noon and from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm daily, closed on Fridays

Al Faisaliyah Center

The Al Faisaliyah Centre is a commercial skyscraper located in the business district of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is the fourth tallest building in Saudi Arabia after the Kingdom Centre, Burj Rafal and Abraj Al Bait. It is also called Star Dome

Wadi Hanifa 

Wadi Hanifa is a wadi or valley in the Nejd region, Riyadh Province, in central Saudi Arabia. The valley runs for a length of 120 km (75 mi) from northwest to southeast, cutting through the city of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. A string of towns and villages lie along the valley, including Uyaynah, Irqah and Diriyah. The historical city of Riyadh itself is on the northeastern side of the wadi, but the city has now expanded across Wadi Hanifa, with the sub-municipalities of Al-Shifa and Al-Urayja on its southwestern side.

King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre

The King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre is a region in the city of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. It is not the "historic center" of the city as this lies to the south around Masmakfort and the main Friday Mosque" in the Dira district. The origin of the King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre is the former compound of the Murabba' Palace, that was built in 1936/37 by King Abdul Aziz about one and a half kilometers to the north of the old city and well outside of the then still existing city walls.

After 1953 the palace compound ceased to be used as main royal residence and slowly fell into dissuse. The "Murabba' Development Project" was later started to make use of the area for projects involved with the Centennial Celebrations in 1999.[1] As such the area was chosen to be the site of several cultural institutions focusing on the national history in general and the history of the current Saudi State and its founder in detail. Consequently what had remained of the old palace compound buildings was restored or remodeled on plans similar to the original buildings. The surrounding area was made into a landscape of parks and plazas and new buildings were built such as the National Museum of Saudi Arabia.

Well, this intriguing city has a lot to offer to everyone! So, it’s time to start planning your holiday, book flight tickets in advance with Jet Airways; travellers from Mumbai city can book Riyadh Saudi Arabia to Mumbai flights in return.

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