Tag: Saudi culture

jeddah

Local Bazaars and Souqs in Jeddah During the holy month of Ramadan

Local bazaars and souqs are in abundance all over the city, however, the “Harraj” or Al-Sawarikh Market in the south of Jeddah expands and attracts new patrons and customers each year, making it the largest and most popular of its ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
jeddah

Traditions of Jeddah in the holy month of Ramadan

Jeddah is a stunning region in the wondrous Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The city is saturated with multiple cultures that come together every year with various customs and traditions during festive holidays and events. Various local souqs have begun sprouting ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
jeddah cuisine

Traditional Cuisine of Jeddah in the holy month of Ramadan

Jeddah is a stunning city in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It has a variety of nationalities in its borders, which results in Jeddah having a very rich history, diversity in its cuisine and an interesting culture. A mixture of ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
souq

Local Souqs – Eastern Province And The Anticipation For Eid Ul Fitr

As the first ten days of the holy month of Ramadan have ended, people have begun to focus more on Eid Ul Fitr which is a celebration throughout the Muslim world that marks the end of Ramadan. The Kingdom of ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
Dammam aerial view

Traditional Ramadan Customs – Eastern Province And Its Hidden Gems

The Eastern Province is a hidden gem of the Middle East which is tucked away in the wondrous Kingdom of Saudi Arabia right on the coast of the Persian Gulf. During the past years, when Ramadan fell during winter vacations ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
bazaar

Markets, Dates, and More – In Riyadh and Jeddah

With the holy month of Ramadan going on right now, the Central Vegetable Market on Umm Al-Qura Street is witnessing a flood in business, especially with customers coming to pick up the wide varieties of dates that are offered there. ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
Festivals in Riyadh

Sahoor, Iftar and Through the Day in the City of Riyadh

Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic Lunar calendar. During this whole month, the observers of Islam, also known as, Muslims, fast from sunrise to sunset. When they are fasting, they mustn’t consume and food nor drinks, along with which ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
arab iftaar

Beginning of Ramadan in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a stunning country with tourist sights of all varieties. It also has an array of malls and historical places, but it has become most prominent in history for being the birthplace of Islam, which ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة

The History and Mannerisms – Holy Month of Ramadan

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. It was recognised as a Holy Month for Muslims as the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad in 610 CE during this month. Muslims believe Ramadan fasting is mandatory, but ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة
الجنادرية

Holidays and Festivities in Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a culturally rich country, with customs that are centuries old. Even though some customs and festivities in Saudi Arabia have become open to modernization, they’re still very inclined to keep true to their roots. ...المزيد عن هذه الشقة المفروشة