Interesting Tourist Destinations In Saudi Arabia

King Fahd’s Fountain is the highest fountain in the world registered in Guinness World Records with a height of 1000 meters and weighing more than 18 tons. This fountain was built in 1980 and was a donation from King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz. King Fahd’s Fountain can be seen throughout the city of Jeddah, with just one shot of water vertically into the air at a speed of 233 miles per hour. Extraordinarily high King Fahd’s Fountain to beat the Paris Eiffel Tower. Aside from that, if you want to visit this country for Umrah, just take a look at the recommended umrah packages 2018.

King Abdul Aziz Historical Center

King Abdul Aziz Historical Center is more than just a historical, archaeological, cultural and scientific museum but also presents various fields of art, antiques, and various economic and commercial activities. Like a national museum that provides a modern educational environment for local people and tourists such as children, families, researchers, and others. In addition, the museum provides multimedia presentations such as documentary programs and simulations that can be used to present information about some historical events on the Arabian Peninsula in an interesting way.

Nasseef House

Located in the city of Jeddah, Nasseef House was designed by a Turkish architect, and therefore Nasseef House looks more special when compared to other Jeddah houses. The entrance is in the north, through a staircase that leads to a carved wooden door centered on the main room. Nasseef House also has a women’s entrance to the west. The rooms are decorated with frescoes, wood carvings and various decorations containing Arabic calligraphy. Formerly, Nasseef House was home to King Abul Aziz Ibn Saud in 1925. But in 1975, the Saudi government bought the house and set it as a historic place and turned it into a library with 16,000 books as well as a cultural center for education and exhibitions.