It’s almost Janadriyah time! The Janadriyah festival is the annual highlight for both Saudis and expatriates in the Kingdom. It is the annual cultural festival which showcases the traditions and customs of each Province within the Kingdom. It is the best event that is produced and held in the Kingdom and provides the best image of Saudi Arabia.
The Janadriyah festival begins on 04 April and will last for 17 days. There will be separate hours and/or days for men, women and families so be sure to check out the schedule.
Each year the Janadriyah festival will have special events oftentimes featuring different countries with which Saudi Arabia has special relationships. This year the Janadriyah festival will feature a 2,000 square meter China Pavilion. In addition to Saudi Arabia, visitors will also receive a taste of China. The China Pavilion will feature traditional Chinese handicrafts, artifacts, clothes and textiles, along with modern products using state-of-art methods and devices of display.
Another hallmark of the Janadriyah Festival will be the annual camel race. This race will have participants from throughout the GCC, Sudan and of course, Saudi Arabia and showcase the different camels.
The first four days starting Tuesday, April 4 through Sunday, April 7 will be for single men and the remaining 12 days will be for families, from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight. Students have been allotted three hours starting 9 a.m. during April 6 to 10.
The Janadriyah festival is one event anyone in the Kingdom or who is able to travel to the Kingdom will not want to miss. It’s too bad Saudi Arabia does not allow tourism visas for the Janadriyah festival showcases the best of the Kingdom and could bring in thousands of visitors to the Kingdom just for this specific event.
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