Al Murabba historical palace

The Murabba Palace was established by order of the late King Abdulaziz Al Saud, the founder of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It was built 2 km away from old Riyadh, in line with the city’s development and expansion at the time. The palace and its surroundings took the form of a mini city containing a few buildings. The king moved in with his family in 1939, making it their official home, the headquarters of management of state affairs, and a Diwan or a meeting center with the leaders of the world.

Wadi Namar

Wadi Namar enables you to watch the roam of ducks’ flock and the spread of small fish in the Lake Dam. Inspirational thoughts will flow to your mind as you walk along the park’s paths that extend over 2,000m, amidst the fresh air of nature, the rustle of palm trees, and the roar of the lake’s waterfalls. The nature of the place integrates together, giving you the opportunity to take pictures of the sunset, or admire the starry sky at night, in a scene in which the reflected lights of the valley shine around.

The Saudi National Museum

From the Earth to the moon, and from the prehistoric ages to the modern ages, the hallways of the Saudi National Museum will take you on an adventure that transcends time and space. You will witness artistic and historical evidence in the heart of Riyadh in Al Murabba neighborhood near King Abdulaziz palace. The museum was opened in 1419H and spans across a distance of 17,000Km2 where it tells the story of 3,700 artifacts such as statues, scripts and unique sculptures.

Riyadh Season

Riyadh Season is one of the world’s largest winter entertainment event. Variety of food from around the world, courtesy of exclusive restaurants — plus countless exciting surprises. The festivities capture the essence of Saudi, from its Najdi heritage to its present-day dynamism.

Sky Bridge at Kingdom Center

From a height of 300 meters in the sky of Riyadh, take in a stunning panoramic view of the beauty of the city through highly secure glass panels. These panels let you enjoy the view of the starry nights and contemplate the yellow lights reflected on the streets and buildings of Riyadh from the Sky Bridge. Another way to seize the moment is by taking selfies where the glamour of the city behind you on a clear day.


“Diriyah,” is a historic district located on the northwestern outskirts of Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia. It holds significant historical and cultural importance for the country.

Diriyah offers a glimpse into the rich history of Saudi Arabia and its royal heritage. It’s a must-visit destination for those interested in exploring the historical and cultural roots of the kingdom.

Local Cuisine in Riyadh

Whether you are looking for the deliciousness of local dishes, or you want to experience new dishes, the local restaurants in Riyadh will allow you to indulge your senses. You will be served a rich variety of the dishes and flavors that shape the culture of the locals.