Journey commencing To/From SAUDI ARABIA (RUH)
Kathmandu (KTM) - Riyadh (RUH)
Economy Cabin : 30 Kg
Riyadh (RUH) - Kathmandu (KTM)
Economy Cabin : 50 Kg
Riyadh is the largest city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Although many of the common forms of entertainment are limited, there are interesting places that can be visited in Riyadh ranging from historic landmarks to the few towers that highlight the transition of the city with more incorporation of modern technology. For most of the year, the climate is brutally hot, but it is pleasantly moderate during the winter. The only reliable means of transport in Riyadh is a car: you would either depend on cabs or you would have to rent your own car. Generally prices are lower in Riyadh than most other big cities in the world. However, Riyadh is usually a destination that is visited mainly for business.
Riyadh is the political and administrative centre of Saudi Arabia and is the headquarters of the country's central government bodies, such as the Saudi Royal Court and the Council of Ministers of Saudi Arabia. Riyadh is of great economic importance, as it is the headquarters of many banks and major companies. It is also the location of the King Abdullah Financial District, one of the world's largest financial centres. Riyadh is one of the world's fastest-growing cities in population, with many immigrants.
The city is divided into 15 municipal districts, managed by the Municipality of Riyadh headed by the mayor of Riyadh, and the Royal Commission for Riyadh which is chaired by the governor of the Province, Faisal bin Bandar Al Saud. The current mayor is Tariq bin Abdul Aziz Al-Faris. Riyadh has been designated a global city.
King Khalid International Airport, also known as Riyadh Airport, serves the city of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. It is the second largest airport in the country after Jeddah Airport.
Riyadh is the largest city and capital of Saudi Arabia, being the third-largest city in the Arab world.
While your stay in Riyadh, you shouldn’t miss Old town Riyadh, Ain Heet Cave, the five old gates on the old walls of Riyadh, Musmak Palace, Turaif district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre, National Museum of Saudi Arabia, among others.