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7 epic natural wonders in Saudi Arabia


Time: 18 March, 2018

The diverse geographical landscape of Saudi Arabia has given birth to amazing sights that lie scattered throughout the kingdom.

From its shaabi souks and beautiful mountains to its many beaches, the country offers more than meets the eye.

Brace yourselves, below you will find some of the most splendid natural wonders Saudi Arabia has to offer.

1. Elephant Rock

Al Ula’s poster child is a sight to behold. People on Instagram love it and so will visitors once the kingdom rolls out tourist visas soon.

2. Al Ahsa Oasis

It is the largest self-contained oasis in the world and home to over a whopping 1.5 million palm trees.

The huge natural aquifer under the land turns this desert into a place of verdant green spread over an area of around 30,000 acres.

3. Jabal Abyad

Jabal Abyad is the highest volcano in the country and stands at 2,093 meters tall. It has stayed off the tourist map for long, but that is changing slowly as trekkers from around the country are coming to witness the one-of-a-kind landscape that surrounds the volcano.

4. Edge of the world

Just over a decade ago, hardly anyone knew this place. Now, however, due to the impact of social media, Edge of the world, which is located near Riyadh, is a buzzing tourist spot.

Drone photographers are in their zone here, as the view of the escarpment is best captured by drone cameras.

5. Fayfa

The landscape at Fayfa looks like that of Eastern Africa. The place is so disparate from the rest of the kingdom that one would probably forget they are in a country that consists mainly of desert sand.

6. Farasan Islands

Rich with colorful underwater life, the Farasan Islands have some of the best diving spots in the world.

The abundance of fish life and coral reefs in these waters make it a place that tourists and residents of Saudi Arabia should definitely not miss out on.

7. Jabal Sawda

Widely considered to be the highest peak in the country, with an elevation close to 3,000 meters, the view from the peak of the surrounding mountain range is nothing short of extraordinary.

The peak is accessible by road and is located close to the city of Abha.


Arriving soon: Saudi Arabia’s tourism ambition

SOURCE: Arabian Business

Time: March 16, 2018

The kingdom’s attempt to diversify its economy heralds the beginning of the end of both the country’s – and the region’s – dependence on fossil fuels.

A new era beckons that is anchored in development projects grander than any Gulf plans that came before it.

Top of that list is a 26,000 sq km, $500bn economic city, Neom, on its western edge, powered by clean energy, that will connect both Egypt and Jordan with Saudi; a sovereign wealth fund that aims to control $2tr in cash and assets both foreign and domestic; and the IPO of a five percent stake in the crown jewel of its oil industry, Saudi Aramco.

But before any of that comes to pass, Saudi Arabia plans to become a world-class tourist destination.

Easing access

Even at the turn of the decade, becoming a tourist hotspot is a future hardly anyone would have conceived for Saudi Arabia. Historically, visa restrictions and a lack of openness to visitors, especially unmarried women, are among the factors that have hindered Saudi Arabia’s prospects as a tourism destination.

But from April 1, according to Conde Nast Traveller, travel agencies and tour operators expect the country to start easing rules toward issuing 30-day general tourist visas to those who wish to explore the kingdom’s hidden treasures. This is said to include single women, who will now be able to travel without a male guardian.

IN PICTURES: A dream island boasting pristine beaches on the Saudi coast

Time: March 11, 2018

It is expected to be a permanent tourist destination throughout the year, suitable for fishing and diving enthusiasts.

Located on the coast of Saudi Arabia’s Asir region is the island of Kodumbul, one of the most beautiful and pristine natural habitats awaiting a promising future in light of the kingdom’s plans to boost tourism.

It is expected to be a permanent tourist destination throughout the year, suitable for fishing and diving enthusiasts.

Kodumbul has an area of about three square kilometers and boasts white sandy beaches around its three sides, and a tall mountain stands on the western side.

Visitors to the island can access it in 30 minutes by boat and see the calm beaches and clear waters, where swimming and diving enthusiasts usually practice their favorite sport, as well as being the preferred destination for falcons who land at the top of Mount Kodumbul after their arduous migration from the Horn of Africa.

Director General of the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage in Assir Region, Eng. Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Omra, stressed that work is currently underway to complete a tourist route to create new attractions in the Asir region.


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The world’s most conservative country is wooing tourists like never before

SOURCE: The Telegraph

Time: March 2, 2018

When it comes to holidaying in the Middle East, there’s a new kid on the block. From April 1, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will start issuing tourist visas for the first time since it clamped down on visitors in 2010.

As it stands, all visitors, including pilgrims, to the Kingdom must acquire a visa to enter the country but the new electronic permits are likely to make the process simpler for travellers.

Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, keen on moving the nation’s economy away from a dependence on oil, is the driving force behind Saudi’s new-found commitment to its tourism and leisure industry. The prince is supported by members of the House of Saud, including Prince Sultan bin Salman, head of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH).

Talking to the Associated Press, he said: “[Saudi Arabia] is open for people that are doing business, for people working in Saudi Arabia, investing in Saudi Arabia, and people who are visiting for special purposes. And now it will be open for tourism again on a selected basis.”

So what does “selected basis” mean? Well, there are limitations on the availability of the visa to women. Female solo travellers over the age of 25 will be able to obtain a 30-day tourist visa, but those under 25 will have to be accompanied by a family member.

Another major hurdle for tourists considering a holiday in Saudi Arabia are the strict rules that remain in place governing women, religion (Islam) and dress, as well as a total ban on alcohol. There is also international concern over the Kingdom’s human rights record.

Witnessing the continued success of the tourism industry of neighbours Dubai and Bahrain, Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has put an ambitious plan in place that aims to attract 30 million visitors by 2030. In 2016 18 million people visited. Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 Plan includes the Red Sea development, scheduled to start in late 2019, with the first phase due to be completed by the end of 2022.

The Kingdom said it would include “the development of hotels and luxury residential units, as well as all logistical infrastructure – including air, land and sea transport hubs”. The 50 islands under development on the coast will be turned into luxury resorts.

Saudi Arabia’s public investment fund described the project as an “exquisite luxury resort destination established across 50 untouched natural islands”. The intention is that they will be governed by laws “on par with international standards”, meaning that women should be able to wear bikinis.

With the eradication of the driving ban in sight (the Crown Prince has announced that women will be allowed to drive without requiring permission by June of this year) and the ban on cinema lifted after 35 years, it seems that change is on the horizon. Although it isn’t clear yet which of the strict Islamic laws will be exempt in the resorts.

However, the initial draw for tourists will not be the resorts, but the Kingdom’s incredible natural and historic sites. The opportunity to visit Mada’in Saleh – a Unesco-listed Nabatean settlement of rock-carved tombs similar to Petra in Jordan but without the crowds – is an exciting prospect. As is the opportunity to explore the capital of Riyadh, the Sarawat Mountains, the Red Sea and Jeddah, where Jeddah Tower – planned to be the world’s tallest building – is currently under construction.

Mada’in Saleh is finally open to tourists – and it’ll be quieter than Petra Credit: Getty

Strict laws remain in place across Saudi Arabia, so be sure to research how to dress and behave in public before visiting. The Foreign Office advises against travel to the south-west of the country, where Saudi Arabia borders Yemen.


Saudi Arabia to see sharp increase in luxury hotels

SOURCE: Arab News

Time: February 26, 2018

LONDON: Saudi Arabia is expected to see a “significant” increase in the number of luxury hotels in the kingdom by 2022, potentially threatening the dominance of the UAE in the high-end market, according to a new report.
The supply of luxury hotels in Saudi Arabia is anticipated to increase annually at 18 percent (compound annual growth rate) from 2018, far exceeding the 10 percent growth rate expected in the UAE, according to research published by real estate advisory firm Colliers International.
Luxury hotel supply in both Oman and Kuwait is due to grow by 11 percent, while Bahrain will see 9 percent growth.
The report also suggests that the luxury sector in Saudi Arabia is also more resilient than the country’s overall hotel market.
Last year, the luxury hotel market in Riyadh saw a 9 percent growth in the revenue per available room measure (RevPar), despite the overall market declining, the report said.
Saudi Arabia recorded a 5.2 percent decline in overall hotel occupancy in 2017, with a 4.4 percent drop in average daily rate (ADR), and a 9.3 percent decline in RevPar compared to the previous year, according to data provider STR Global.
Craig Plumb, head of research, Mena at JLL, told Arab News there were other factors that would also help the growth of Saudi Arabia’s hotel sector, potentially helping it catch up with the UAE.
“Recent announcements of major investment in the tourism sector, along with the relaxation of visa requirements to permit tourist visas for more nationalities, are expected to have a major positive impact on the hotel market within Saudi Arabia,” he said.
“While these changes will have only a partial impact on market conditions in 2018, there is little doubt that the Saudi market will close some of the gap with the UAE over the medium to long term,” he said.
Taimur Khan, senior analyst at Knight Frank, also noted efforts underway to encourage more tourism and hotel visitors.
“In Saudi Arabia there is positive sentiment for the medium to long-term due to various initiatives being put in place as part of Vision 2030 and the NTP which look to present the Kingdom as a more leisure-friendly destination,” he told Arab News, before noting that the country still struggles with only a limited pool of potential visitors.
“In Saudi Arabia the demand pools are limited to business tourism and religious tourism, this is one of the main challenges. However, there are strategies which have been devised to diversify target segments such as easing of visa restrictions,” he said.
The UAE currently leads the GCC luxury hospitality sector, with 73 percent of existing luxury hotel stock in the region and 61 percent of the region’s current luxury pipeline.
Within the UAE, 35 percent of last year’s pipeline for hotels consisted of luxury projects, with most concentrated in Dubai. This compares to luxury developments accounting for only 14 percent of projects in Saudi Arabia, 20 percent in Kuwait, 19 percent in Bahrain and 11 percent in Oman.
There are also signs that the budget to mid-market hotel sector is expanding in the UAE.
“While the market remains dominated by the luxury sector, an increasing number of budget and mid market brands are scheduled to enter the market over the next two years,” said Plumb.
“The addition of more mid-market projects is expected to act as a drag on the average performance of the UAE market, with ADR and RevPar expected to decline from current levels over the next two years,” he said.


Saudis to spend billions on Western-style entertainment

SOURCE: kuwait Times

Time: February 22, 2018

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia announced plans yesterday to spend billions on building new venues and flying in Western acts, in a total overhaul of its entertainment sector that would been unthinkable not long ago. Long known for its ultraconservative mores, the kingdom has embarked on a wide-ranging program of social and economic reforms driven by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. At a glitzy press conference in Riyadh, General Entertainment Authority chief Ahmad bin Aqeel Al-Khatib told reporters the kingdom is set to invest $64 billion in its entertainment sector over the coming decade.

“We are already building the infrastructure,” Khatib said, adding that ground had been broken for an opera house. “God willing, you will see a real change by 2020,” Khatib said, adding that more than 5,000 events were planned for the coming year. Behind him, a screen teased the names of international acts like Maroon 5, Andrea Bocelli and Cirque du Soleil. Neither a breakdown of how the money would be spent or a schedule for the cultural program were provided.

But it follows a series of events in recent months including concerts, a Comic-Con festival and a mixed-gender national day celebration that saw people dancing in the streets to thumping electronic music for the first time. Authorities have also announced plans to lift a decades-old ban on cinemas this year, with some 300 expected to open by 2030.

‘Don’t travel’
The newfound openness, which includes plans to allow women to drive from June this year, has been hailed by some as a crucial liberalization of Saudi society. Critics have pointed to continued restrictions however, especially on women who remain under a strict “guardianship” system that gives male relatives significant control over their lives. The reforms are part of Prince Mohammed’s ambitious “Vision 2030” program, which seeks to diversify the Saudi economy as it reels from a slump in energy prices, with the entertainment sector seen as a key potential source of growth.

Saudis splurge billions annually on movies and visits to amusement parks in the neighboring tourist hubs of Dubai and Bahrain, which is accessible by a land causeway. Khatib vowed turn around that trend. “I went to Bahrain. The bridge is being reversed,” he said, adding that Bahraini nationals were now coming to Saudi Arabia for events – accounting for 10 percent of ticket sales in recent months.

The goal to keep Saudis – more than half of whom are under 25 – spending their disposable income at home is part of a wider campaign called “Don’t travel”. Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter, has been struggling to cope with persistent budget deficits that began in 2014 when crude prices plummeted. The kingdom withdrew around $250 billion from its financial reserves in the past four years.

Authorities have also increased fuel prices, introduced a value-added tax and cut subsidies in an effort to reduce costs and boost non-oil revenues. The shift has been a painful one for many Saudis accustomed to a generous welfare system. In December, the government announced a budget with record spending as it seeks to stimulate growth. – AFP


General Entertainment Authority to announce 2018 Entertainment calendar with more than 5,000 planned events

Time: February 20, 2018

Saudis of all ages can look forward to an unprecedented year of culture and entertainment in the Kingdom as the General Entertainment Authority (GEA) prepares to announce its 2018 entertainment calendar of more than 5,000 events on the 22nd February 2018. The calendar offers a diverse line-up of live entertainment ever seen in Saudi Arabia, has been designed to appeal to all of Saudi society and incudes events for families, youth and kids. 

The General Entertainment Authority, one of the entities supporting the Quality of Life Vision Realization Program, aims at setting goals and drawing strategies that contribute to the development of the entertainment industry in the Kingdom by diversifying investment opportunities and creating a diverse and sustainable sector, in addition to helping achieve the Vision 2030 goals through the significant contribution of the entertainment sector to the economy and its positive impact on economic diversification and the gross domestic product (GDP) annually.

In planning its 2018 entertainment calendar, the General Entertainment Authority has taken into consideration various standards to ensure the diversity and high quality of the activities so to suit the interests of all segments and categories of the society.

Saudi Arabia to promote 250 ancient caves for tourism

SOURCE:  Al Arabiya English

Time: February 10, 2018

Human beings had a fascination for caves from the time of the early man, and caving has always attracted tourists of all kinds from hardcore adventurists to fearless curiosity seekers to date.

More than 5,000 caves around the world attract nearly 250 million tourists each year. These caves contribute $2 billion to the global tourism revenue annually.

Caves were one of the best natural habitats where people sheltered themselves against extreme weather conditions in the harsh climate of the desert. Nomadic Arabs considered caves as a secure shelter as it protected them from severe heat and cold as well as sandstorms. Caves were also a good source of water.

Caving, or spelunking as it is properly called, has so far remained on the fringes of the tourism industry in Saudi Arabia even though hundreds of thousands of Muslims who come to the country on pilgrimage from all over the world every year make it a point to visit the historic Cave Hira on the Mountain of Light in Makkah where the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) received the first revelation in 610 AD.

Geological survey

The Saudi Geological Survey (SGS) has been studying about caves in the Kingdom since 1999 when it contracted a foreign expert who formed a team of Saudi geologists to conduct a detailed survey of caves across the country.

The SGS, along the Saudi Society of Geosciences, organized a four-day international conference last week with the participation of geoscientists and experts from many Arab and foreign countries.

The conference was held in Jeddah from Feb. 4 to 7, inviting media attention to the tourism potential of the large number of historic caves in various parts of the Kingdom.

There are thousands of caves of varying sizes in the Kingdom that can attract not only tourists but also geologists from around the world, speakers at the 12th International Geosciences Conference said.

The conference lauded the efforts of the Geological Survey as well as the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) in mapping the caves that can attract tourists.

The SCTH, which has plans to promote geotourism in the country, began studies on caves in the year 2000. King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) in Dhahran also invited an Austrian team to conduct studies on 50 caves.

The tourism commission has revealed plans to promote 250 caves in the Kingdom as part of its ongoing campaign to boost domestic tourism. Shaafan Cave with a length of 2 kilometers is the largest in the Kingdom. It has a height of 8 meters and is 800 meters deep. Remnants of animal skulls and bones have been found at the place.

Natural scenes

Tahlab and Dahl Al-Murabbae are both known for their impressive natural scenes and coolness.

Ghar Hira, or Hira Cave, on Jabal Al-Noor (The Mountain of Light), with a length of three meters and width of 1.75 meters, and Ghar Thour, located 4 km away from the Grand Mosque, are the most famous caves in the Kingdom because of their significance in the history of Islam.

While  Hira Cave was where the first verses of the Holy Qur’an were revealed to the Prophet, it was in the Cave of Thour that he and his companion Abu Bakr (may Allah be pleased with him) took shelter during their flight to Madinah to escape the torture of the pagans of Makkah.

“Many of the Kingdom’s caves are familiar to the locals who use them for shelter and as sources of water,” said Dr. Mahmoud al-Shanty, a geologist. He said field studies in a region spanning 89,000 sq. kilometers of volcanic lava had uncovered many lava tube caves.

Bones, antiquities and even life forms were found in some of these caves. It was also found that the structure of caves held important information for climate scientists about weather patterns in the Arabian Peninsula.

The scientific studies on Saudi caves have shown that when the caves are prepared and opened for tourists, they will have a great impact on the economy, al-Shanty said.



The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah

Time: December 27, 2018

Boga is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

1. Boga


Prince Sultan St (Al Naeem St), Jeddah, Makkah

Health Food Store · An Naim · 117 tips and reviews

AlMaha R.AlMaha R.: Caesar salad is amazing .. Shrimp Sandwishes is good and the pesto chicken sandwich is good as well ?? great healthy food

Arwa S.Arwa Shafi: Loved all sandwiches & salads we ordered. Baked Fish, Ribeye Steak, Chicken Pesto, Vegetarian, Apple Quinoa, Melon Burst.

ReemReem: Delicious healthy food.. steak sandwiches and salads ??

BOGA Superfoods is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

2. BOGA Superfoods

Tahlia St, Jeddah, Makkah
Sandwich Place · Al-Andulus · 76 tips and reviews

Rawan J.Rawan J: If you’re starting to have a healthy lifestyle … this place is all what you’re looking for .. fresh salads, lite sandwiches and very good breakfast?

Basim K.Basim Khoja: For once I am glad that I am addicted to a Resturant. Healthy fresh salads that are filling and reasonably priced. My favorites are the very berry salad and the sunbrrero.

Bilal C.Bilal Chaar: Boga is a new trend of a healthy and organic food in town ??you can find a variety of healthy food with a cool menu ?including a food tasting indicator! Very smart move #boga

FireGrill is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

3. FireGrill

(فاير جريل)

Malik Road, Jeddah, Makkah

Mexican Restaurant · Az Zahrah · 172 tips and reviews

Sara S.Sara Samargandi: My favorite ever in jeddah.. Full of healthy ingredients.. When you’re in doubt, have a burrittoooo ?

Sulayman Mazhar Khan .Sulayman Mazhar Khan ? @sulaymanmazhar7: Fajita bowl is awesome and organic ice tea just clears your mind . Good quality good.

Rana K.Rana Kb: A great choice for a healthy meal

Moon Shell is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

4. Moon Shell

حي الروضه (شارع الامام مالك), جدّة, منطقة مكة
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant · Al-Rawdah · 20 tips and reviews

LionLion: All vegan and healthy smoothie Vegan healthy place. One of a kind in Jeddah. Little cosy cafe only 2 tables. We tried molten midnight and palm spring was yummm and makes u feel full. Simple, healthy and fresh ingredients

Essam K.Essam Kamil: Best vegan smoothie in summer

Boga superfoods is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

5. Boga superfoods

Salad Place · Obhur Al-Janoubeyyah · 44 tips and reviews

Bashayer a.Bashayer aj: Best salad???and healthy sandwich ?

Faris A.Faris AlHomrany: The most delicious healthy food restaurant in Jeddah… salads are top and Fish sandwich is superb

Omar S.Omar Sanousi: If you are looking for healthy food ? Boga is the best ?? all kind of sandwiches and salads are excellent

Café Bateel is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

6. Café Bateel

(مقهى بتيل)

King Abdulaziz Rd (Abdullah abduljabbar St), Jeddah, Makkah

Café · Ash Shatee · 148 tips and reviews

BashayerBashayer: Food was nice, loved the quinoa tabuola and the icetea !??

Dr.Reham G.Dr.Reham Gary: The kale salad ? is super yummy the best salad I’ve even had in my life !! I give it 10/10 everything I ordered in bateel deserve 10/10

Dr.Reham G.Dr.Reham Gary: Super healthy and so yumm , very delicious dish everything in it is perfect the salmon and the quinoa ???? 8/10

Subway is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

7. Subway

(صب واي)

Rwes Area (Ha’ael Street), Jeddah, Makkah

Sandwich Place · Al-Ruwase · 43 tips and reviews

Ahmed M.Ahmed Mousa: Ask for low calories sabdwiches

無料 魂.無料 魂: Best healthy food in ksa

Hesham E.Hesham ELMAHDY: The closest choice to a vegan

Subway is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

8. Subway

(صب واي)

Al Rawdah St. (Al Khaldia Dist.), Jeddah, Makkah

Sandwich Place · Al-Khaledeyyah · 39 tips and reviews

Don D.Don Deedo: Best place for healthy food !

Rania S.Rania S.: Healthy choice

Sam T.Sam Tenefrancia: Vegetarians will enjoy their veggie patty sub! ?

Shobak is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

9. Shobak


Al Khalidiyah Dist. (Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz St), Jeddah, Makkah

Breakfast Spot · Al-Khaledeyyah · 507 tips and reviews

TheArabModeTheArabMode: Best place for a lite meal! Healthy options and delicious choices. Highly recommend philly cheesesteak and NOT a cheeseburger?

Issam S.Issam Siddique: Lovely pies. Very soft and yum. Try the veggie pizza , you won’t be disappointed. Only negative is the space.

Sana M.Sana Mulla: Must try the spinach wrap gor vegetarian and the chicken and cheese for chicken lovers.

Nino is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

10. Nino


Falstin St | شارع فلسطين (حي الحمراء | Al Hamra Dist), Jeddah, Makkah

Italian Restaurant · Al Aziziyah · 185 tips and reviews

Lujain ..Lujain .: I suggest you try this quinoa with beet salad, the yummiest?! The burgers and salads are brilliant. Don’t forget to stay away from the risotto, it contains much fat.

Budoor B.Budoor Bahareth: Shrimp di bufala and the quinoa salad

Sara B.Sara Bash: The menu have a lot of variations for different types of food and there are healthy options as well .. The food is great well cooked , creme brûlée pudding is the yummiest ??

Zaikaki Indian Cuisine Rest. is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

11. Zaikaki Indian Cuisine Rest.

Saud Al Faisal St. (Rawda), Jeddah, Makkah
Indian Restaurant · Al-Rawdah · 245 tips and reviews

FTRBFTRB: Best Indian good in Jeddah ! If you haven’t tried it until now , don’t mind the strange decoration and the annoying strong AC , just go in and order !! Food is excellent ! Get sabzi vegetarian.

Sam K.Sam K: I like the place .. Nice and calm ,, delicious food ,, I liked the veggie samosa and the plain biryani the most

Hana B.Hana Bak: Yummy veg samosa butter chicken is so rich in flavor. The place is quite, cozy and classy definitely coming again ❤️

Boga Superfoods is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

12. Boga Superfoods

Falsteen St., Jeddah, Makkah
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant · Al Aziziyah · 19 tips and reviews

Abdul A.Abdul A: This is AWESOME place !! Really the best healthy food in Jeddah, so far. I’ve got the Melon Burst and the Chicken Pesto, which was perfect. Will go there more to taste other dishes.

Emad T.Emad Turkistani: Great idea for a healthy meal.

Hani G.Hani Gazzaz: Clean Rest. and healthy food ?

Medd Café & Roastery is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

13. Medd Café & Roastery

(مقهى و محمصة مد)

Northern Corniche Rd (مقابل مسجد الرحمة), Jeddah, Makkah

Café · Ash Shatee · 440 tips and reviews

Faiza A.Faiza Ambah: Outstanding organic coffeehouse run by five talented Saudi boys and girls. Loving the Saudi baristas too! Best sweets in town especially the lavender croissant & naturally sweetened almond cake.

Sarah A.Sarah Al Hakeem: Absoulotly worth the visit specially in the morning, amazing interior lights and modern with a twist lots of local element perfect coffee! Attention to the details fresh organic healthy food 10/10? Fav. Coffee place in Jeddah . Tried their charcoal latte ? loved it . Many healthy choices

Boga is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

14. Boga

Jeddah, Makkah
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant · Az Zahrah · 32 tips and reviews

Nadia A.Nadia Anwar: Chicken Pesto sandwich is perfect. melon salad, apple quinoa salad. Steak sandwich is also a nice choice.

Khalid A.Khalid Aldabbagh: Very ideal for healthy food like oats/ fruits in the morning or salads for lunch or sandwiches would be healthy too like fish staff are friendly dining is superb as well service and pricing

Talal A.Talal Alhindi: Go vegan, or go home.

Maison De Zaid is one of The 15 Best Places for Healthy Food in Jeddah.

15. Maison De Zaid

(دار زيد)

Abdulmaqsud Khoja St (Al Kayyal St), Jeddah, Makkah

Breakfast Spot · Al-Rawdah · 310 tips and reviews

Ghaya F.Ghaya F.: Quinoa salad 10/10 , Chicken breast with cheese and truffles 4/10 , Noodles Alfredo 8/10 , mini pancakes 9/10

Noura S.Noura S.: I liked their quinoa salad as well as Penne Aurora with pink sauce.

SAJASAJA: Best quinoa salad.

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