8 amazing things to do in Jeddah this weekend: March 21 March 23

Everything to do this weekend…

Looking for something to do during the week or what’s on in the days ahead? From vibrant Ramadan celebrations to new cafés, we have you covered. Read on for all the best things to do in Jeddah this weekend.

Thursday March 21

Have iftar at Café Bateel

Cafe Bateel black cod

Experience the spirit of Ramadan with Café Bateel’s 3-course iftar meal for SAR225 per person. Delight in the nutritious Lentil and Roasted Corn Salad, savour the signature Grilled Salmon and Quinoa, and indulge in a comforting Lentil Soup and Labneh Date Shake.

Café Bateel, Le Prestige Mall, King Abdulaziz Branch Rd, Ash Shati, Jeddah 23414. @cafe.bateel

Go shopping at Qamra


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Ramadan is already here and Eid and Summer are just around the corner, so if you’re looking for all the latest fashion trends, Qamra is the perfect event for you. Enjoy a perfect mix of fashion, art, entertainment, cafes, and food in the heart of Ash Shati District.

Qamra, 6978 Prince Faisal Ibn Fahd, 2398, Ash Shati District, 9pm to 2.30am. Book your SAR50 ticket here.

Enjoy the spirit of Ramadan at the Jeddah Promenade

Jeddah Promenade Ramadan

The Red Sea City is also welcoming the holy month in its own way. With different events suitable for all ages, take a stroll down the promenade with a Ramadan theme and enjoy a gorgeous light display, artwork, and family-friendly events. All this month, there will be celebrations on at the Jeddah Promenade.

Jeddah Promenade,  Ash Shati, daily 4pm to 3am. Book your tickets here

Friday March 22

Check out the Charlotte Tilbury Magical Beauty Majlis in Jeddah

Charlotte Tilbury

Darlings, you’re invited to Charlotte Tilbury’s first-ever suhoor in Jeddah. Enjoy magical makeup masterclasses, complimentary beauty services and so much more.

Charlotte Tilbury Magical Beauty Majlis in Jeddah, Beit Al Sharbatly in Al Balad, 9pm to 1am. Book your SAR50 ticket here

Take part in an astronomy activity

There’s something undeniably magical about gazing up at the night sky, filled with countless stars and celestial wonders. This telescope experience will not only deepen your appreciation for the cosmos but also spark your curiosity and leave you in awe of the wonders that await overhead. Ready to explore the mysteries of the night sky? Come and experience fabulous night-time skies using telescopes guided by a professional astronomer.

Telescope Experience, until Apr 9, 7pm to 2am, Jeddah Al-Balad. @jeddahalbalad.sa

Break your fast at Mashi No Mashi

Craving for ramen to break your fast? Head to Mashi No Mashi to try out their new sharing menu, from soy ramen cooked in chintan chicken bone broth to ‘no-broth’ dry ramen and the vegan fried option with mixed vegetables and shitake mushrooms.

Mashi No Mashi, Jeddah Yacht Club, 5pm-2am. @mashinomashijeddah

Saturday March 23

Tuck into delicious pastries at Myra

Myra is a reimagined patisserie concept in the heart of Jeddah that serves the most exquisite pastries. It’s a cosy space, but it’s full of love. Take a front-row seat by the open kitchen and witness the behind-the-scenes magic that goes into making everything on the menu, from flaky croissants and cakes to savoury dishes and salads.

Myra Jeddah, S Square, Hira St, Jeddah, daily 4pm to 3am. Opening hours may change during Ramadan. @myra.ksa

Visit Obhur Waterfront

If you’re looking for a new, perfect family-friendly destination, look no further. The brand-new Obhur Waterfront in Jeddah is where you want to go. Covering an area of 205,000 square meters, the gorgeous newly redeveloped area opened to the public last week. Incredible things you can look forward to in the area include a sea promenade, sandy beaches, plenty of open green areas, stunning pedestrian pathways, cycling tracks, and multi-purpose plazas.

Visit: jeddah.gov.sa