Al Seteen Palace Hotel

Mu'had Al Idarah, Riyadh, 11482, Saudi Arabia
Al Seteen Palace Hotel
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  • Solo50
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

hi im new and need ur assistence

by huxaifah

hi.....im new in saudi arabia.i wanted to buy a gaming laptop...........i wanted to know that are brands like ASUS and MSI available in saudi arabia????if the r please name some computer shops where i can find ASUS and MSI laptops plz

Re: hi im new and need ur assistence

by Shady7

There are lots of places like Jareer Bookstore (all around Riyadh), the ASUS store on the end of Al-Olaya Rd right after Al-Faisaliya tower and the PC market nearby. All gaming laptops are virtually double the price they're sold in the US so I'd suggest a mail forwarding service or asking someone there to order it for you.

Good luck!

(And go for the Asus G73)

Travel Tips for Riyadh

ATM, Money, Investment

by anees

Each US dollar equal 3.75 Saudi riyals, this valued been fixed since so long, and they seems will keep it at least till the end of 2007.
Transferring money into and out of Saudi Arabia is quite easy through banks branches, some information required about yourself, and the receiving person. It will take about half an hour in some cases for the money to be delivered.
ATM Machines are everywhere (6519 of them) with English language for you, some of them also allow you to withdraw local riyals or US dollars.
Traveler's check and credit cards such as VISA, MasterCard, and American Express are widely accepted.

Investing
Saudi stock market (www.tadawul.com.sa) is largely dominated by local and GCC investors. Foreign investors channel their investment through the mutual funds managed by local banks. Foreign workers living in Saudi may put their money directly in the market without being allowed to buy in the initial public offerings.
Other investments such start your own business you may look at the General Investment Authority Web site: www.sagia.gov.sa and look at the negative list of fields which limited to locals. I believe its v short list with only 7 items.

I enjoyed driving through the...

by lumberjack83

I enjoyed driving through the city, especially at night, enjoying all a display of lighted, modern architecture. The mosque on top of the Ministry of Interior building, its round, porthole style windows exhibiting orange light, made it look like a flying saucer. Another building looked like it has the space shuttle superimposed on one side of it. Glimpses of opulence barely visible above the walls surrounding distinguished residences. Reminded me of the palace in the beginning of the movie, 'Coming to America.'

"Chop Chop" square

by frankcanfly

Here is a photo of 'Chop-Chop' square, on a normal day. Unless you're a fan of seeing amputations or capital punishment, avoid this area on fridays at noon. If you are present then, there is a good chance you will be pushed to the front to witness the punishment.

Trust me, it's scary. It's understandable though, they want to show foreigners how effective their judicial system is. (I'm convinced!!)

Women Must Wear an Abaya

by varisha

Women should expect to wear an abaya (a long black cloak, and a head covering). If you don't, you may be hassled by mutawahs (religious police)....and you will get a lot of unwanted attention ...also, must be escorted by a male mainly everywhere you go

Prayer Time

by vindy

During Prayer time (held 5 times a day) everything generaly shuts down. If you are in a shop you cannot pay for items until it is over (usually 20 minutes). You cannot get into establishments during prayer time either. Prayer times are posted in most papers so be prepared when planning shopping trips or evenings out.

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