7 Of Saudi Arabia’s Most Exquisite Mosques To Visit This Ramadan

Hera Shabbir

The Kingdom is known to have some of the most spectacular mosques around the country. Home to the two Holy Mosques in Makkah and Madinah, the nation also boasts with a bunch of different gems around its cities that feature some of the most gorgeous architecture, serene vibes, and the perfect place to enjoy the true essence of Ramadan. Scroll down below to check out 7 different mosques around the country that will make this holy month extra special. 🌙

7. The White Mosque – Abha

This white mosque in Abha is located near the Technical College. Its gorgeous architecture has gotten tonnes of attention on TikTok, and everyone is in absolutely in love! A video of Taraweeh (night prayers) was posted at this site last year, and people have been flocking ever since!

6. Khaled Al Dabal Mosque – Al Khobar 

This mosque located in Khobar is also going viral for its gorgeous and modern architecture. You should  definitely visit for a memorable Taraweeh experience.

5. Al Rajhi Mosque – Hail

This grand mosque in Hail can accommodate up to seven THOUSAND worshippers at once and is always crowded during Ramadan. The mosque contains a total of three floors, of which the basement is actually a Quran academy!

4. Masjid Quba – Madinah

This historical mosque located in Madinah is actually known to be the first mosque in the world! It has quite some Islamic significance as the Muslim Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) prayed fourteen days at this mosque! It is also said that the Prophet advised “He who purifies himself at his home and comes to Masjid Quba and offers two prayers therein, will be rewarded the reward of an Umrah.” Muslims from around the world make sure to visit this historical site along with the Prophet’s Mosque while in Madinah.

3. Al Rahma Floating Mosque – Jeddah

This iconic mosque in the city of the Red Sea actually sits atop the water giving you th most gorgeous views! It is open 24/7 so you can actually witness the most picturesque sunrise from this spot right after your dawn prayer. If you’re looking for a place to really feel the essence and peace of Ramadan, this mosque is a great place to start!

2. Masjid An Nabawi – Madinah

This mosque is known to be one of the most significant places in Islam, located in the historical city of Madinah. Masjid An Nabawi, also known as the Prophet’s Mosque is where thousands of Muslims gather throughout the year to pray and worship especially during the holy month of Ramadan. The mosque is known to be the second mosque built by the Islamic prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), after Masjid Quba.

1. Masjid Al Haram – Makkah

The largest most-visited spot in the world, Masjid Al Haram welcomes millions of Muslims throughout the year. The Holy Kaaba, one of the most holiest sites in Islams, sits in the middle of this famous mosque and is the number one spot for visitors during Hajj, Umrah, and Ramadan. It also houses historically significant sites including the Black Stone, Safa and Marwa Mountains, The station of Prophet Ibrahim, and the famous ZamZam well.


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