Abraj Al-Bait Towers, Mecca

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Offering convenient access to many shopping and dining options, Abraj Al-Bait Towers represent a gargantuan skyscraper complex that contains one of the world's tallest buildings. Built by King Abdullah as part of a project to modernize the city skyline, the tower complex was completed in 2011. Overlooking the enormous Great Mosque compound, the building's central tower features the largest clock face in the world and is home to a high-end hotel. Visit the mall inside for all your shopping and dining needs. Work out when and for how long to visit Abraj Al-Bait Towers and other Mecca attractions using our handy Mecca trip maker app .
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  • This mall has almost everything that you need. Many shops open right after Fajr prayer. Although there are shops accept credit cards for payment, the wireless credit card devices have issues processin...  more »
  • Umrah and visiting the Zamzam tover kalirsaniz'm fully awareof your schedule more service you can visit also the Kaaba out goal time Pilgrimage full of saturated yasarsiniz your price are very high (around 10 days, approximately 10,000 euro Sen) but Umrah Hotels in Turkey in around average stay at prices
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  • We ' worship melaksakana in late December 2017 and stay at the Hotel Royale the Orchid Safwah location almost alongside the Abraj Al Bait Tower. This tower is striking because it is the area of tertinggindi building with large wall clock surrounded with green lampu2 green as well. Inside are some 4-5 star hotel operators and shops as well as a food court. At the very bottom there is a supermarket Bin Dawood cronies and is similar to Mustafa in Singapore. Abraj Al Bait is also facing door King Abdul Azis. So could dijdikan as a sign if you get lost after performing Umrah circumambulation or procession that requires you get out at the door.
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  • The famous tallest building in Makkah, whose clock you can see from 17 Km away. And there are 7 hotels and a shopping mall in the tower.
  • great shopping mall, it's open 24h :) for Indonesian who needs ATM service with New Paspor BCA (with Chip), you can withdrawl here at NCB Bank ATM (green ATM) at side of elevator in ground flour.
  • This is the shopping centre connects the various hotel entrances together, such as the Fairmont, Swissotel, Pullman and Raffles. There is a food court on level 3 and 4. Got various shops such as Starbucks for Coffee, dates shops, clothes, oud perfume, mobile topup, money exchange, etc. Recommend going down to the basement level with the escalators. It is a neglected area with many shops and prices would be up to half of what you will see on the upper floors.
  • MashaAllah it’s very near to Khana Kaaba , Very nice hotel, breakfast is too good. Everything is available in the breakfast
  • Located bang opposite King Abdulaziz Gate and has 7 hotel towers. It has stores of famous brands both local and international.

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