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About Dammam City
The capital of the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dammam is the sixth largest city of the country. A major hub of the Saudi oil industry, Dammam is the largest growing city in the entire Arab region.
Believed to have gotten its name from the Arabic word dawwama or whirlpool, Damman was originally a cluster of little hamlets, with its small population depending mainly on fishing and pearls for their livelihood. The discovery of the oil wells in the region, accounting now for a quarter of the total oil reserves of the world, led to massive developments to its economy and transformed into an important centre for trade and commerce in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The King Abdul Aziz sea port in Dammam is the largest in the Persian Gulf region. Dammam now has a rapidly growing population of around 1.5 million, and has established itself as an important city central to the Saudi economy's growth and progress. The city, like the rest of the country, revels in Saudi Arabian culture, traditions and cuisine. The city is well developed and has many interesting places to visit including the beautiful Dammam corniche area and the King Fahd Park.For learning more about the history of the eastern region and Saudi culture, the Dammam Regional Museum is very informative. The city also has some entertainment parks like the Dolphin Village for watching some fun live performances by the friendly creatures. Like all big cities in the Gulf Region, Dammam also has many big shopping malls where you can find the latest collection from top brands, and also a multitude of local street restaurants serving the famously authentic Middle-Eastern platters.
About Jodhpur City
Jodhpur is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is called the Gateway to Thar, as it is literally on the edge of the Thar desert. Popularly known as blue city the name is clearly befitting as most of the architecture – forts, palaces, temples, havelis and even houses are built in vivid shades of blue. The strapping forts that tower this magnificent city sum up to a spectacle you would not want to miss. Jodhpur is also known for the rare breed of horses known as Marwari or Malani, which are only found here. nside is a tangle of winding, glittering, medieval streets, which never seem to lead where you expect them to, scented by incense, roses and sewers, with shops and bazaars selling everything from trumpets and temple decorations to snuff and saris.
Nice to know - Black kite spectacle: Daily from around 15:30 to 16:00, there is a person (young boy, sometimes a man) feeding the black kites leisurely cruising around the tower opposite the Chokelao Garden entrance by throwing pieces of meat from its top. Quite a spectacle, if you have never seen 200 plus kites in one place.
Things to do
- Mehrangarh fort & the museum
- 400-year old Khejarla Fort
- Umaid Bhawan Palace
- Moti Mahal - The hall is known to have glass windows and five nooks that enabled the queens to listen to the proceedings taking place in the Sringar Chowki.
- Sheesh Mahal and Phool Mahal
- Chamunda Mataji was Rao Jodha’s favourite goddess
- Sardar Samand Lake by Maharaja Umaid Singh - is a spectacular hunting lodge.
- No better way to explore the vastly enchanting desert of Rajasthan than with a Camel Safari.
- No trip to Jodhpur is complete without a visit to the Bishnoi Village Safari.
Best time to visit - October to February: October marks the onset of peak season in Jodhpur with weather turning pleasant.