Flights to Dammam (DMM)

As your flight to Dammam lands, you’ll see Saudi Arabia’s fifth largest city rise out of the desert, glittering, international and oil-rich.

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Flights to Dammam

Like much of the Kingdom, Dammam combines the natural beauty of the land and the sea with the impressive endeavours of human industry.

The city doesn’t do things by halves. The airport where flights to Dammam touch down, King Fahd International, is the largest in the world in terms of land area, and the port, King Abdulaziz Port, is the biggest in the Arabian Gulf.

As the capital of the Eastern Province, Dammam is an important centre of commerce and trade. This thriving hub attracts business tourism, which has led to the creation of a city centre landscaped to perfection along with the famous Dammam Corniche, a panoramic half-moon stretch of seaside interspersed with huge modern art installations and swaying palm trees.

Dammam’s commercial prestige has not taken away from its cultural importance, however, and the city is filled with libraries, museums, restaurants and areas of natural beauty. Among the most beautiful is King Fahd Park, a haven of trees, flowers and decorative pools. There is also the Dammam Regional Museum, located in the public library, housing relics of the past that speak of Saudi Arabia’s unique history.

Efficient transport links, a sunny climate and thriving economy have attracted people from all over the world, so Dammam’s residents are a diverse mix of nationalities. This has had a major impact on the city’s cuisine, so you can dine on everything from Lebanese, Syrian, Yemeni and Turkish food to Indian, Filipino, Chinese and Japanese, along with a host of European influences.

Explore Heritage Village

One man, Saad Al Balahi, spent 15 years travelling the Arab world collecting antiques, furniture and manuscripts. On his return to Dammam he set up the Heritage Village. It’s a museum where you can walk through Saudi Arabia’s history, traditions, culture and architecture across five storeys of lavish rooms.

6354 Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd Road
Ash Shati Al Gharbi
+966 13 809 0000

Heritage Village Restaurant (Middle Eastern)

All the traditional food of the region is served under one roof in this unique establishment, filled to the brim with antiques. Start your meal seated on floor cushions with peppermint tea and dates. After touring the museum, sample the delightful and diverse cuisines of western, central and eastern Saudi Arabia.

6354 Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd Road
Ash Shati Al Gharbi
+966 13 809 0000

Torath Café (Persian)

Stop by any traditional coffee shop in Dammam and dark gahwa (Arabic coffee) will be served to you on the floor, seated on carpets amid traditional Arabian decor. Torath Café is no different and is very popular with locals. Tasty but informal lamb dishes, grilled chicken and traditional harira soup are also on offer.

King Saud Street
+966 13 818 9610

Red Dragon (Chinese)

Dammam has a large Chinese population, but the Red Dragon is said to be the only truly authentic Chinese restaurant in town. Located deep in the Golden Tulip Al Hamra Dammam Hotel, the sumptuous red and gold interiors transport you to a peaceful oriental lounge.

Golden Tulip Al Hamra Dammam Hotel
King Khaled Street
Al Qazaz
+966 55 068 0111

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