6 Fun Activities You Can Do With Your Family In Riyadh This Summer

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The long summer vacation is here and if you are one of those who is not planning to travel out of Riyadh then there is no need to worry as there are lots of activities that you can do in Riyadh with your families.

We have cherry-picked some of the best ones that you can do in the city.

1. Strike a pose with the miniatures of some of the worlds most iconic landmarks

From the great wall of China to the leaning tower of Pisa, you can get to see miniature versions of them at the World Sights Park located smack in the heart of the city.

2. Feel The Winter Cold For One Day During The Hot Riyadhi Summer

At Snow City, not a single member of the family will feel left out as this is a place with Alpine temperatures. From skiing to sledging, there are tons of snow-related activities here. And what better time to experience them than a time when you are dreading the summer heat.

3. See Riyadh From Up And Above

The view of Riyadh from the sky-bridge at the Kingdom Center is unparalleled. To visitors, it promises a panoramic view of the city's famous downtown and beyond.

4. Get Close To Nature At Wadi Hanifa

From irrigated fields to running streams this as close as one can get to nature in Riyadh. A sight to behold is when the floodgates of the dam open.

5. Watch The Dancing Fountain Of The King Abdullah Park

Head to the King Abdullah Park at night and watch the fountain rhythm to the beat of the music in this fantastic display of color and dance. Once the dancing fountain show is over the children can enjoy at the playgrounds and the elders can go for a walk on its walking tracks.

6. Go For A Walk On The Walking Track In The Diplomatic Quarter

Apt for hiking newbies or pros, this walking trail will take you past a variety of fauna, rocks and boulders and the Tuwaiq Palace.

Written By

Mohammed Mirza

Mohammed is an avid traveler who is constantly on the hunt for new and upcoming Saudi travel destinations. Having lived much of his life in Saudi, he knows the country like the back of his hand. He's also a book lover at heart and is the author of a novel called "Desert Promises".

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