6 brilliant things to do in Jeddah this weekend

There’s nothing like a weekend full of adventure and well-deserved relaxation after a long week of work. From meditative workshops to new restaurants, we have you covered.

Here are six amazing things to do in Jeddah this weekend:

Thursday, June 1

Watch a new movie

The much-anticipated remake of the Disney classic, The Little Mermaid is finally diving into our screens and we’re about to experience a part of that world. Get ready to see, a frankly frightening rendition of Sebastian and Flounder – the internet is in agreement that they did them dirty. Follow Ariel as she journeys above the ocean.

Relax the mind with a meditative colouring workshop

Looking to try something new? Taking place on Thursday evening, Homegrown Market’s Hayy Jameel store is hosting a free meditative mandala colouring workshop. The one-hour workshop is open to everyone, women, men, and children aged 12 years and above. Sign up here: homegrownmkt.com

Friday, June 2

Slurp down a bowl of ramen

mashi no mashi

Renowned Japanese wagyu ramen restaurant Mashi No Mashi is now open at Jeddah Yacht Club. The cool eatery is brought to us by chef and wagyu master Hisato Hamada and promises the ultimate wagyu ramen and wagy gyoza bar experience. Guests can expect all the signature dishes such as tokusei Wagyu tsukemen, slow-cooked Ozaki beef, bamboo shoots, cabbage, soft-boiled egg, and whole wheat noodles served with our 24-hour stewed Wagyu bone broth.


Make the most of Jeddah Season’s City Walk

You can now visit Jeddah Season’s popular family zone, City Walk. From thrilling rides to tasty restaurants, there’s plenty for the whole family with 10 fun-filled districts to discover. City Walk is open from 6pm every day until June 7, with ticket prices starting from SAR55.


Saturday, June 3

Enjoy the glorious weather at Silver Sands Beach

Silver Sands Beach is one of the most popular due to its turquoise waters and exotic coral reefs making it the perfect spot to relax or engage in water activities this weekend.


Catch up with friends at Geek board game cafe

Geek Cafe is a Japanese-inspired restaurant – and the ideal place to be if you are a fan of anime and manga. You’ll find more than 1,000 anime action figures and 300 manga publications on display, as well as a dedicated reading hall, and board game section. The food and drink options are limited with nods to Japanese cuisine and culture with a variety of sweet treats, Japanese cheesecake, Mochi, and more.



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