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Dammam is the largest city in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, and the 3rd largest city in the kingdom after Riyadh and Jeddah .
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Points of Interest in Dammam
The Dammam Corniche is basically a green strip facing the gulf. On a good weather day, you can have a nice picnic on the green grass.
Al Morjan island
Al Morjan island is a small artificial island with a monument in the center, it is located as an extension to the Corniche. This is a good place to have an afternoon walk, which of course depends on the weather.
Visit the tallest flagpole in the kingdom. Take a picture next to the 60-meter high flagpole.
The flag availability on the pole can't be always guaranteed.
1- Take a wake at Dammam new corniche, it's a newly refined corniche where walking -depending on the weather of course- on the walking track can be fun (best time between November till April)a track that is almost 4 kilometers long .
2- Visit AlKaria AlSha'abia(People's Village Restaurant)musium and restaurant, a nice place indicating Saudi culture, and where traditional delicious plates can be ordered, it's within corniche area.
3- visit AlShate'a mall and Marina mall, two malls near corniche area, malls similar to those you find in western countries, where many international franshice restaurants can be found at the court area, nothing so special.
Alcohol is banned in Saudi Arabia. Therefore, Dammam has no bars or pubs. However, there are several cafes, juice parlours and places serving speciality drinks and mocktails. Bottled non-alcoholic beer is also available in most shops.
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