It is a renovated 19th Century fort. You can see how the artesans work and then enjoy a dinner in a beutiful place. I specially remember the happiness of the jordan caracter dancing, eating or smoking. All for pleasure!
It was fun, the popular festival in the streets of Petra, in a warm Friday night.
Though mainly male (naturally... it’s a Muslim country), the occidental women were well accepted, even by the Jordanian women smiling from their discreet chairs in the back.
Sympathy and security were always present.
Fernanda had her great day. She was happy and danced. A blond... Success!
Next to Crowne Plaza Hotel and M?venpick Hotel and very close to Petra's entrance and visitors centre, you can find this bar which is a nabatean cave. Opens till 12 o'clock at midnight, and it's a very nice place where to have a late night drink after a full day visit around Petra. There are also tables outside the cave which can be very nice if the weather is warm enough.
A lot has changed when it comes to nightlife in Amman in the past couple of years (3-4 years)......there are 10s of clubs/bars/ pubs to go to in Amman (decent) and they are always crowded on weekends and active during weekdays as well...Recommend: Nai, Shaman, Fez, Harir, Prana....
Also, a big deal of clubbing events are taking place....Examples include concerts for Armin van buuren, Ferry, and deep dish.
Aqaba also flourished since last year....many famous pubs and restaurants opened in addition to a number of hotels and beach resorts.
Dress Code: In Amman, casual wear is the usual. rarely formal. don’t recommend sports wear and some kinds of trainers (pumas are cool)...For the ladies, its okay to show some skin in these places : )
It is the Analogue of Beverly hills but in Jordan!
Full of very rich and beautiful villa's and malls!
You’ll have the great impressions of the night life in Amman!
Though it is the first street for young people to enjoy the nightlife there!
There are four gates to Jarash!
One in the beginning of the city!
Two from both the northern and Southern ways!
And the last one is in the western way!
No eastern and don't ask me why please!
It is just like this!
A small kid in Jarash demonstrated amazing things!
The first one was putting a coin under one of the Fundaments!
And he pushed the stone so the entire fundament was part moving so the coin was balancing!
The second thing was that he holds a stone in his hand and was hitting one of the big stone and an awesome sound like music was coming out!
Hitting another stone was giving a new sound!
A lot have changed since my first visit to Jordan...Nightlife too...
The city is vivid...I reccomend a visit to the Budha Bar of the hotel "Le Royal" for dinner or drinks....The view of the city is amazing from up there!!
Dress Code: I saw a sign "No sneakers and shorts" but I didnt have any problem wearing my athletic shoes.
There;s plenty of night clubs, chrome,amnesia,shamrock,french quarter,jj's,champions,salute and much more, most hotels have there own nightclub these night clubs listed are considered the classy ones
High class people
Dress Code: no tennis shoes???
Abudun Circle it's a must go for night life. There are cinemas, restaurants and clubs.
Popular hang out spots for local youth.
Dress Code: As always, don't wear anything that shows the skin on your legs. Usually, don't wear tank tops either, better with sleeved shirts or tops.
To go out for fun or for drinks in the evening, in Amman, there are not many places. I dont mean alcohol, I mean just a drink. The posh hotels hotels all have bars, the Champion Bar at the Marriot Hotel is ok, I guess. Having said this it's far too posh for my taste, but at least there were a handful of local people.
To smoke nargileh I was taken to a nice place in the Shmeisani are. It's called Tche-Tche and is less trendy than the Marriot (and so very much nicer): there's also a great selection of teas.
Dress Code: informal but neat
Jerusalem International Hotel
Dance the night away in the exclusive surroundings of the Al Andalus night club which often features famous figures from the world of international cabaret
Dress Code: Smart clothing is preferred
The city was still sleeping when we arrived. It’s difficult to describe what it was like. So used to the crowd, the noise, the colours of the day time in east and middle east cities, it was like enter another world. Same chaotic city-planning, same incoherent architecture, same signs advertising dentists and restaurants, same mess… but no sounds at all.
Night life? What night life? You are not there for night life, although there is some, specially in the bars of some big hotels or in Abdoun area. But nightlife is not the attraction of this place. better sleep early and watch the sunrise from the desert.
Sleep in desert. You will never forget the experience.
a resturant name Kan Zaman atnic food and during the evening folklor dancing and near the resturant there are small shops with jordan handcrafts
Dress Code: normal and as uselly the nights are cold you are coming dressed
It's right next to the Petra entrance. Clean place at a decent price and next to the very pricey...more
The Four Seasons Hotel in Amman is definitely fit for a king (or queen). An Arab sheikh would like...more
Wadi Rum, Jordan
Good for: Couples
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