Top Ramadan Activities to do in Saudi Arabia

Here are some fun activities to try out for the Holy Month.

  • Publish date: Monday، 27 March 2023 Last update: Tuesday، 12 March 2024
Top Ramadan Activities to do in Saudi Arabia

The month of Ramadan brings enjoyable iftar evenings and long nights filled with fun activities and events. Saudi Arabia offers various Ramadan-themed events and activities for the holy month this year, which allow residents and visitors to immerse themselves in the spirit of the blessed month.

Here are some Ramadan 2024 activities to do in Saudi Arabia:

Shop at The Boulevard World 

Riyadh Season's Boulevard World transforms for Ramadan with Ramadan Nights. Offering delightful iftar and suhoor spreads, alongside iconic Ramadan tents, the excitement is palpable. Adorned with vibrant Ramadan decorations, including giant lanterns, the zone, illuminated in red, green, and yellow, welcomes visitors to immerse in the festive spirit.

Play at the Neon Padel Court

The Garage is Riyadh’s first-ever neon padel court and it is welcoming people for evenings of energetic sports after iftar.

Get Your Ramadan Wardrobe at Huna

Huna, the beloved community hub, is bringing the Ramadan spirit with a fresh twist: its first-ever Ramadan bazaar! Get ready for a shopping extravaganza filled with fashion, art, and surprises at Huna Panorama Mall and Huna Riyadh Park. Mark your calendars from March 15 to April 3 and join the fun. If you have unique pieces to sell, don't miss out on the opportunity—register now! Stay tuned for official event timings; it's going to be an unforgettable experience!

Attend the Riyadh Library Exhibition

King Abdulaziz Public Library presents a rare exhibition of gilded Qur’ans, celebrating Ramadan. Held at the King Abdulaziz Historical Center, showcasing over 350 Qur’ans, highlighting various calligraphy styles and intricate designs. Notable pieces include a 13th-century AH manuscript with unique "mirror" alignment and a Timbuktu Qur’an in a bag-shaped case.

Visit the Diriyah Biennale 2024

Led by German-born curator Ute Meta Bauer, the 2024 biennale "After Rain" in Riyadh features 92 artists from 43 countries, including 30 from the Gulf. Saudi artists Asma Bahmim and Abdulrahman Al-Soliman participate.

Shop at Qasr Al Husn

Qasr Al Husn is a popular spot during the month of Ramadan because of its various traditional souqs including Al-Maigliah, Al-Taamer, and Al-Zel markets that offer a unique and exciting shopping experience.

Visit Ithra

The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, also known as Ithra is hosting various Ramadan programs that you must attend to improve your cultural and religious knowledge during this blessed month. 

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