Sightseeing in Jeddah
The best way to explore the sights of this beautiful city is to embark on a sightseeing tour. Get a glimpse of Jeddah’s rich historical and cultural heritage, include tourist attractions such as King Fahd's Fountain, Jeddah Flagpole (world's tallest flagpole) and Jeddah Corniche.
Museums in Jeddah
Jeddah is a major urban city in western Saudi Arabia. It is the biggest city in the province of Makkah and has the largest port on the Red Sea. Jeddah is a city like no other in Saudi Arabia, redeveloping itself into the new epicentre of the Middle East.
Many of the wonderful highlights from over the years and past centuries are well-preserved in the museums of this booming city. And to help you choose which museum to visit, here is a list of museums worth seeing.
- Abdul Raouf Kalil’s Museum
- Al Tayabat Museum
- Castle of Cultural Arts
- Open Air Art
King Fahd's Fountain
King Fahd's Fountain, also known as the Jeddah Fountain, is the tallest fountain in the world. It is located off the coast of Jeddah in the Red Sea and is visible for miles from various points in the city and all along the Corniche. The water it ejects can reach a speed of 375 km per hour, and its airborne mass can exceed 18ST.
- 20 minutes’ drive from the resort
- Sightseeing of the great surrounding
- Kids’ playground at the vicinity of the fountain
- With a wide variety of restaurants near the fountain