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Travel to Dammam and enjoy its wonders
After arriving take a walk along the Dammam Corniche. The 4 kilometre long King Abdullah Park walkway lets you benefit from the beautiful trees and cool gulf breezes, a welcome respite from the heat of the desert. Then take a trip to beautiful Al Morjan Island, an artificial coral island built as an extension to the Corniche, with its green spaces, children’s play area and ferry rides. Stay outside and enjoy the beautiful weather while visiting Saudi Arabia’s tallest flagpole, which is a majestic 60 metres high, or profit from the city’s beautiful beaches and sea front recreation area. Of particular note is Half Moon Beach, which allows visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of the noisy city. Located on the beach is Alkhleej Makarim, one of the most famous luxury resorts in the Middle East. To recharge after exploring the sea front take a break at the Al-Karia Ash-Sha’abia – the People’s Village Restaurant –, located in the Corniche district. A museum and restaurant, you can explore Saudi history and culture while tasting delicious traditional dishes.
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Dammam has long been welcoming travellers and traders as a key port city. The Darren Museum and Heritage Centre explores this history, with exhibits on the ancient culture and way of life of the city’s inhabitants and fascinating photos of the port and nearby castle. The Damman Regional Museum is another great culture stop, boasting stone age finds. The Afelwah and Aljowharah Museum is a hidden gem of the eastern province, allowing visitors to take a journey through local history, listen to fascinating stories and sample local dishes. More tradition is on show at the Share Al-Hob Market, with its wide range of goods. Taking a trip off the mainland to Tarout Island opens the door to Al-Qatif City, with its Tarout Castle, an ancient structure boasting four red-clay towers. For the more adventurous the 25km long King Fahad Causeway connects the Saudi Kingdom to neighbouring Bahrain.