Go shopping at these 6 Ramadan souks in Riyadh

Shop away…

We’re halfway into Ramadan 2024, and if you’re getting a little bored of your looks, you’ve certainly come to the right place. Here are all the Ramadan souks in Riyadh to switch up your outfits.

JAX Ramadan Market

The Ramadan Market at JAX District is open until Monday April 1, and forms part of the Diriyah Biennale Foundation’s “Layali Biennale” initiative. Set to welcome visitors after sunset, from 8.30pm to 2am, the nightly program will immerse them in a vibrant mix of cultural and culinary experiences.

Ramadan Market at JAX District, Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale, daily 8.30pm to 2am. Book your spot here.



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Returning for its seventh edition, Ghabga is a super popular event every Ramadan. The event is divided into multiple pop-up stores you can shop at like Reef Perfumes and Groon, and clothing concept stores, snacks and more. You can prep for more Ramadan Nights, or Eid Al-Fitr too.

Ghabga, The Arena Riyadh Venue for Exhibitions. Book your SAR115 ticket here.

Amara Market

For its part, Hilton Riyadh Hotel and Residences is hosting an Amara Market where you can head for iftar or suhoor. Check out the best of local crafts like bags, laptop sleeves, and more. Getting hungry? Walk by the street food carts serving everything from Mexican and Indian food.

Amara Market, Hilton Riyadh Hotel and Residences. @hiltonriyadh

Souq AlMawsim

Set within At-Turaif’s beautiful park, Souq Al-Mawsim centres on Diriyah’s unique culture and heritage. It is the place to source seasonal, locally grown fresh produce, local craft items, and special finds from its many stalls. The souq, with its line-up of performances and cultural activations, makes a great day out for families and groups of friends.

Souq Al-Mawsim, until Apr 11, 9.30pm to 2.30am, At-Turaif Park. Free entry but a ticket is required and can be booked here@diriyahseason

Ramadan Season souk

Looking for a top market to check out after iftar? The souk at Ramadan Season is where you want to go. Visit local shops, enjoy cups of coffee and then tuck into suhoor too at the Riyadh Ramadan marketplace. The market is currently open for free in the old-time Souq al Zal in Ad Dirah.

Ramadan Season souk, Souq Al Zal, Ad Dirah. @ramadanseasonsa

Harvey Nichols

Looking for the perfect modest look this Ramadan? Discover Ramadan Caravan at Harvey Nichols Riyadh. Its curated collections bring together fashion encompassing prominent Saudi and regional labels. If you’re looking to create a harmonious and inviting atmosphere in your home, check out the sophisticated home decor and thoughtful gifts to transform your Ramadan celebrations.

Ramadan Caravan at Harvey Nichols, Al Faisaliah Mall, King Fahd Road, Riyadh. @harveynicholsriyadh