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mecca is a religious attraction for all muslims, if your planning a trip try to pick a hotel that is walking distance from the KABA this choice will make your experience more enjoyable
Simply it is the most sacred city on earth. It is disappointing that the behavior of the locals doesn't reflect the sacredness.
A sacred city for Muslims have many religious places to visit related to life of Prophet Mohammad PBUH
Mecca is the holiest site in Islam. In and around the city, there are many places that are abound with hsitory about the prophets and followers of Islam that date back to 1400 years ago
the holy KAABA is the most attractive and beautiful religious sight and we always visit the mecca for UMRA .
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The main purpose of the visit to makkah is for religoius purpose and that experience is absolutly fantastic and there are no words to describe thr feelings of relious grandure.
Easy acces from the hotel to the Kabba is the most important and a very good shuttle bus service is important. Every visit to Makkah is a new experience and most fulfilling.
Mecca is a place to be. If I have the means, I will visit Mecca every single month of my life. The only thing is that they are too strict about their laws.
But when one remembers that the city receives millions of visitors daily, one will realise the need to apply the laws strictly.
Close to Haram, walking distance to the bus station to the Miqat. Unmetered taxi can be accessed behind the hotel if you want to go back to Jeddah or Madina.
you must try to get on Jabal Nur's top (Gua Hira). it is better if you try to go there on Ramadhan season.
no one can tell anything about Mecca / Makkah in simple worlds it is a place when you leave it you will start miss it and think when will you visit it again
Senior hotel is situated close to the campus in the clock tower there in the hotel rooms and suites overlooking the Haram and the Kaaba and close to the commercial market.
The hotel features a wonderful breakfast meal. As well as the wonderful staff dealing in general the hotel is excellent and beautiful.
You only visit makkah to do the Ummrah or Hajj and leave. Shopping is expenive there and nothing to do there beside the ummrah or hajj.
Makkah is the beautiful place where all Muslim will come to perform their Hajj and Umrah and also to get bless for ALLAH the Almighty.
Most of the hotel within Makkah area are provided good services to their customer.
Apart from its world holy religious place, Mecca in general needs a lot of development with regard to proper roads & transport, public services, quality hotels, local discipline and attitude.
Mecca, known to the Muslim faithful as Umm al-Qura, the Mother of Cities, is the holiest place in the Islamic world.
It was here that Muhammad the Prophet (c. 570–632), the Messenger of God, the founder of the Muslim faith, was born in 570, and it is here within the Great Mosque that the Ka'aba, the most sacred shrine of Islam, awaits the Muslim pilgrim. Throughout the world, wherever they may be, all devout Muslims pray five times per day, each time bowing down to face Mecca. All able-bodied Muslims who have sufficient financial means and whose absence from their families would not create a hardship must undertake a pilgrimage, a hajj, to Mecca once in their lifetime during the Muslim month of Dhu-al-Hijah (the twelfth lunar month). Physically, Mecca is located about 45 miles east of the Red Sea port of Jedda, a city surrounded by the Sirat Mountains.
We stayed in this hotel for a Umra trip, great hotel excellent service and friendly staff specially room service and reception is remarkable.
very near to Harm sharee, perhaps only few minutes walk. Breakfast is fantastic and delicious. only thing, I didn't like is the car park facilities of hotel. Hotel is charging from guests to park their cars in hotel parking
best place to go Mecca/Makkah to travel religious people because all places are very near and working distance.
It is a city surrounded by mountains. It has Almasjid Alhram where Moslims get more credits / merits for visiting and performing prayers.
This is a holy city for Muslims for their religious pilgrimage. Every Muslim wishes to be here at least once in their lifetime.
It's the place which was loved by our Prophet Mohammed Sallahu Alaihi Wasallam. It's the place which was selected by Allah swt for the worship of the creator by its best of creation.
Makkah is the city center if the Islamic and world. Muslims are going there for pra, perform Haj and Omrah.
Jeddah to Makkah (haram) private cabs charge SR 250 also sharing cabs might be in a range of SR 50 to 100.
if you are visiting first time do stay close to haram.also try al baik and do visit of all holy places in Makkah (jiyarat)
it's better to go there in cold weather and low season, because if it crowded you will have hard time to do many things.
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The Kaaba is located inside the Masjid al-Ḥarām (A.: المسجد الحرام, the "Sacred Mosque") in the center of Mecca (A.
: مكة Makkah). It is a cuboid-shape structure which is made of granite quarried from nearby hills. Standing upon a 25 cm (10 in) marble base that projects outwards about 35 cm (14 in). It is approximately 13.1 m (43 ft) high, with sides measuring 11.03 m (36.2 ft) by 12.86 m (42.2 ft). Inside the Kaaba, the floor is made of marble and limestone. The interior walls are clad with marble halfway to the roof. The marble is inset with Qur'anic inscriptions. The wall directly adjacent to the entrance of the Kaaba has six tablets inlaid with inscriptions. The top part of the walls are covered with a green cloth embroidered with gold Qur'anic verses. Caretakers anoint the marble cladding with scented oil used on the Black Stone outside. Three pillars stand inside the Kaaba, with a small altar set between one and the other two. Lamp-like objects (possible crucible censers) hang by a rope above the platform.