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Jeddah Waterfront

Ash Shati, Jeddah 23511 23417, Saudi Arabia

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About Jeddah Waterfront

It is a must to visit place in Jeddah, especially in the night and early morning. Jeddah Waterfront is 4.2 km and part of Jeddah's 30 km corniche with many activities to do such as walking or cycling on the tracks.

Attractions near Jeddah Waterfront

King Fahad's Fountain10.44km from Jeddah Waterfront

King Fahd's Fountain, also known as the Jeddah Fountain is a fountain in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It was a gift to Jeddah city from King Fahd. It was built in 1985 with a 260-meters hight that places it as the tallest of its type worldwide.

Al-Balad15.85km from Jeddah Waterfront

This commercial area is called Al-Balad meaning "the town". This is Jeddah's historic town, founded in the 7th century. It had defensive walls until the 1940s. In the 1970s and 1980s, when Jeddah began to become wealthier due to the oil boom, many Jeddawis moved north, away from Al-Balad, as it reminded them of less prosperous times. Currently, it has many museums and stores, and it is a UNESCO's World Heritage site.

Abraj Al Bait77.17km from Jeddah Waterfront

Abraj Al-Bait is a complex of seven skyscrapers hotels in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, located metres away from the world's largest mosque and Islam's most sacred site, the Great Mosque of Mecca. It has the world's third tallest building, Makkah Royal Clock Tower, 601 meters high, with the world's largest clock and fifth-tallest freestanding structure worldwide. The clock tower includes the Clock Tower Museum placed in the top four floors of the tower and has a beautiful view on The Holy Mosque.

Al-Waba Crater254.08km from Jeddah Waterfront

Al Wahbah Crater is a volcanic crater, 250 km away from the city of Ta'if, on the western edge og Harrat Kishb basalt plateau in the Hejazi region of Saudi Arabia. It is 250 meters deep and 2 km in diameter. The crater bottom is covered with white sodium phosphate crystals. The crater was formed by volcanic activity in the form of an underground phreatic eruption – a massive steam explosion generated by molten basaltic magma coming into contact with subterranean water.

Ad Diriyah835.85km from Jeddah Waterfront

It is a town located in the north-west of Riyadh that had an important role in Saudi Arabian history. Diriyah was the home of the royal family, and served as the capital of the Emirate of Diriyah under the first Saudi dynasty from 1744 to 1818. The Turaif district in Diriyah, the first capital of Saudis, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Wadi Hanifah845.03km from Jeddah Waterfront

Wadi Hanifa is a valley in the Najd region, Riyadh Province, in central Saudi Arabia. It runs for around 120 km from northwest to southeast, crossing through the capital Riyadh. In pre-historic times, rain fell heavily in the region. Currently, rain falls with great intensity for short periods, causing flash floods.

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