Saudi Arabia Nightlife

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Saudi Arabia Nightlife

  • Wedding Receptions&Private Parties

    Jiddah Nightlife

    This is Jeddah`s most elite wedding hall,if you had the chance to be invited to attend a wedding reception there do not hesitate. Wedding reception is almost the only way to dance the night away on live music in Jeddah,take notice in this country weddings are for women only to attend :-( But still it is a chance to meet people and enjoy the live...

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  • Cinamas/Theatres

    Jiddah Nightlife

    There are many theatres inside most of the embassies in Jeddah for foreigners,but for Saudies this is the first,to tell you the truth I was more excited than my kids. There are 3 shows,one at 5p.m.9p.m and 11p.m. We watched Disney`s animated movie"Finding Nemo".it was in it`s origional language(English)with Arabic subtitles. The seats were...

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  • Restaurants/Eating&Drinking

    Jiddah Nightlife

    Apparently Java Lounge is "the" place to go at the moment. I personally never went there, but my friends told me it was almost like a nightclub. I was so curious to go there, but never had time. I just wanted to mention it on my page though.......

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  • Billiard,Bowling&pool clubs

    Jiddah Nightlife

    If you will take the definition of nightlife the way it is in the western world or other open countries, nightlife in the Kingdom is vitually non-existent. Although, there are stuff that could be enjoyed particularly in the evenings, say, dining out, amusement parks and centers which are mostly for families, walking along the cornische, private...

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  • Al Corniche

    Jiddah Nightlife

    People enjoy window shopping because they close at a late time. You could practice walking while eating something or go to fancy restaurant. You also could walk by the beach or go to amusement parks. There are some roofless coffees to enjoy the beautiful winter in the city. Winter in Jeddah is spring to some countries. People enjoy...

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  • Limited Nightlife

    Jiddah Nightlife

    Leylaty Ballrooms, Conference Center & Outstanding Catering Services Property Owner : Hussain Hashem AL Attas & Sons Company Ltd. Total land area of the project: 21.222 square meter Height of the building: 11 meters Number of floors : two The building consists of two ballrooms and two restaurants (La Nuit d' Or and Al Multaqa) in addition to...

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  • Amusement Parks/Theme Parks

    Jiddah Nightlife

    'picture of jedaah sea port tower at night' In jiddah,s night life you have the fl options ----------------1- shopping dining in big shopping malls and watch people ----------------2- Go with famil and children to children playing games 'covered lobbies with air conditioning' ----------------3-going to Bowling centers 'light meals...

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  • Walking around Jiddah

    Jiddah Nightlife

    Walking, enjoying a good meal, window- shopping, Soqes, watching people, cafés, friends gathering…etc. Walking in the street is fun its self. It is very safe. No homeless, no drunk people because alcohol is forbidden in Saudi Arabia. Nightlife in Jeddah depends on how you take advantage of it.

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  • Cruising by car

    Jiddah Nightlife

    Tahliya Street is the most classy spot in Jeddah. Here you will see people hang out and show off their cars, shop in fancy shops, eat in elegant restaurants with all kind of food a person could imagine. You would see people showing off as they are attending a wedding. You could wear whatever you want. I am my self wear what ever I feel...

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  • Shopping

    Jiddah Nightlife

    al Tasawwoq fi Jeddah or shopping in Jeddah is the way out for every woman, man and child:D If you don't go out shopping, forget about yourself, trapped at home. Because there are no night clubs or theatres to go to, we -Saudi people- could no longer stand doing nothing. Listen how shopping is the night life in Jeddah: - you can get a date and...

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  • There is NO nightlife

    KSA has no bars, no movie theaters, no clubs, no places where men and women mingle. It has NO nightlife. All there is for anyone is work. That is why we are here and that is all there is. You can get DVDs but they are so censored that it is no fun to watch.

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  • the Nighty Bustle of Ramdan

    during the holy month of ramadan - the ninth month in the lunar 'Hijri' calendar - the whole saudi arabia just looks different from the rest of the year. regardless of the fasting during the day, streets get crammed by people and cars, life becomes very vibrant, restaurants are open until 4am in the morning to serve Sahour meal (before starting the...

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  • wearing

    hello Shelnlinwhat you write about Abbaya and Shorts are 99% true.the abbaya and scarf over heads are must for Saudi's women as a traditions and religion but the face cover is optional. But for non saudis its better to wear Abbaya to feel not stranger for the saudis.The Shorts is also not forbidden but the saudi culture is recommend wearing Thoob...

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  • Night Sky

    You can go out and enjoy the night sky. Watch the sun set and the stars come out. Take a moonlit stroll. Comfy

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  • Have A Dinner Party

    You can always have a dinner party in your home, or in a rented location. These can be a lot of fun. You can plan a really fun menu that you do yourself or have catered, or you can have a theme type that everyone brings a dish to share! Depends on what type you have. Can be anywhere from casual, to dress, to a theme.

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  • Dining Out

    There isn't much night life in Saudi Arabia, so why not enjoy a night out at your favorite restaurant! There are many nice places to eat, and a variety of types of food. Depends on the type of restaurant you choose to dine in and the area. In some areas, even non muslim women may choose to wear an abayah while out.

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  • Sitting in Kaaba

    Setting in or around the HARAM. Some people their food and sitting there after Magrib. I sit their after Ishaa , watching Alkaaba , people getting around it. The most attractive thing in this sort of kind life is that it's very healthy , you will be fully relaxing and think of only one , Allah , the god , who hs created you.

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  • Nightlife???? mmmmm errrrrrrr!!

    Saudi Arabia is a some what restrictive country and therefore there is very little in the way of Nightlife unless your activities include playing sports, going out shopping and visiting friends. There are no Clubs, Bars, or Picture theatres here so the lifestyle here is very quiet here compared to many other countries. Many expats tend to get...

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  • Ole Ole ....

    A place to play billiard and have a mocha pr latte ....looks like a pub ...and here's my frens on the stairs , Jose and Jack Chan ( not Jackie Chan ya ! )

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  • Cool bistro

    One of the more cool cafe around ..where you can enjoy a cup of beer ( non - alchoholic ones ) and pretend that you are in a pub ! Anything

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  • When there is nothing else to do...

    Because Saudi Arabia is a rather restrictive country and there are no bars,nightclubs, picture theatres etc... (see my first Nightlife tip). Many people tend to use shopping as an outing with their friends and family.Rashid Mall comprises of some of the worlds top brands such as Next, Liz Clairborne, United Colors of Benetton, BHS, just to name a...

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  • There really isn't much. No...

    There really isn't much. No clubs I was aware of, and there is a real taboo against alcohol, at least publicly. I spent my evenings at the hotel or in coffee shops with business associates--Saudis. Business casual; no jeans, shorts, or t-shirts.

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  • The Marine House.

    One of the few places in the DQ where you can get real drinks. One of the VERY FEW places in the DQ where you can get real drinks without having to put up with schmucks. No pagers, cellphones, or electronic paraphernalia. Can be formal, but they'll let you know. Mostly casual.

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  • The only nightlife you will...

    The only nightlife you will find in Saudi is either through knowing the right people or being able to get into the right places. There are no legal nightclubs. The US Embassy is a great place to go on Thursday and Friday nights, but you have to know the right people to get in (even if you are an American).

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  • There are no nightlife in...

    There are no nightlife in western sense: no nightclubs, no topless bars, no alcohol bars.But the life commence appearing only after 6 o'clock PM.You can enjoy international foods, shopping, just simple walking in Jeddah. But the most interesting thing is to observe the Saudi family's.ALL THE SHOPPING CENTRES, RESTAURANTS, BAZAARS ARE OPEN TILL...

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  • There is virtually no public...

    There is virtually no public entertainment in Saudi Arabia. The only night life consists of restaurants and shopping.A good variety of restaurants in the cities, on the gulf side of Saudi, around Dhahran and area there are American fast food restaurants and Italian, Thai, Chinese, Philipino and of course Arab restaurants. For a quick snack try the...

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