Offering the highest quality of fast food across the Kingdom. Well-known for their range of delicious meals. It’s prime location in front of the Great Mosque makes it the perfect location to dine at for pilgrims who are in a hurry.
Offering a stunning view of the Holy Kaaba. A big selection of Lebanese, Turkish, Jordanian and Greek cuisine with the traditional fine dining experience.
They also offer vegetarian options
Offering a little taste of America while you’re visiting Makkah. Enjoy some juicy burgers with crunchy fries in a spacious and elegant interior inspired by the look of old American cars.
Gurkan Sef Steakhouse
Offering mouth-watering steak cooked to perfection. Enjoy a comfortable and luxurious finding experience while indulging in a succulent meal.
Situated in the Swissotel Al Maqam Makkah, which is part of the prestigious Abraj Al Bait tower, this restaurant serves melt-in-the-mouth delicacies and breathtaking panoramic views of the ancient city.
Offering International cuisine from Asian culinary flavours to craftily cooked European delicacies. It is located in Al Marwa Rayhaan, Al Deyafa which offers you a lovely view of the Great Mosque of Makkah and the Holy Kaaba. This restaurant is also vegetarian-friendly.
Human Heritage Museum
A museum that unfolds the historical events that trace the history of human beings. It showcases many rare and ancient artifacts and tools that date back to prehistoric times.
Abraj Al Bait
A mega complex of seven skyscraper hotels and the tallest Clock Tower. An area of more than 1.4 million square meters. You will find everything you need from shopping to dining.
Makkah Clock Tower Museum
The Clock Tower Museum is a must visit while you’re in Makkah. It overlooks the Holy Kaaba and is filled with models and structures on astronomy and galaxies. The four-faced Makkah Clock is the largest in the world and weighs around 36,000 tonnes. It is 35 times the size of Big Ben, one of London’s top attractions.
Abraj Al Bait Mall
The most luxurious shopping mall Makkah. It is conveniently located just a few meters away from Masjid al-Haram (Great Mosque of Makkah), the mall is home to many local & international brands and restaurants.
Al Hokair Funland
If you are visiting with your family and you are looking for an adventure, head to Al Hokair Funland. One of the top entertainment attractions in Makkah, this amusement park. There is a little bit for everyone from ice skating halls to a large number of interesting games distributed between its outer squares and internal halls. There are also many restaurants and cafes to dine at.
If you are visiting during the cooler season, embrace the outdoors at one of the largest parks in Makkah! It is not only a great picnic spot, this park also features many cafes where you can enjoy your coffee at an unhurried pace. The park also hosts flower festivals.
Factory of Kaaba Kiswa
The Kiswa factory dates back to 1397 AH. It consists of many divisions specialising in the making of the kiswa the cloth that covers the Holy Kaaba – starting with the testing of the quality of the silk in a lab prior to the dyeing process. It’s considered to be one of the prominent landmarks of Makkah and provides housing for around 200 craftsmen.
Previously known as Zahir Palace, the 3435 sqm museum reflects the teachings of the Quran and the Prophet’s traditions. It offers a range of Saudi Arabia’s archaeological findings that showcase pre-Islamic history and the origins of Islamic calligraphy.
Only 20 metres away from the Holy Kaaba lies a well at a depth of about 13.5 metres. It carries clean water which is abundant in rich minerals that are useful for the body. It has been flowing for thousands of years and has not dried up yet. The Islamic belief is that the well is a miraculously generated source of water.
Holy Quran Exhibition
Want to know more about the history of the Holy Quran? This stunning gallery introduces visitors to the content of the Quran using advanced technologies. Scientific material pertaining to the content of Quran is collected and verified, and then it is expressed using artistic creations. The most popular exhibit is the embroidered Quran.