Important Places to Visit in Makkah

Makkah, in a desert valley in western Saudi Arabia, is Islam’s sacred city, as it’s the place of birth of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Only Muslims are permitted in the city, with millions arriving for the annual pilgrimage. Seeing from the 7th era, the central sacred Masjid al-Haram surrounds the Kaaba, the cloth-covered cubic building that’s Islam’s most holy shrine. If you want to visit important places in Makkah you can easily go by availing of cheap Umrah packages. When you are traveling to Makkah you must be looking for some important places to visit, here are is a list of a few places.

Kabah in Makkah:
The Kabah is one of Saudi Arabia’s most attractive and honored sites, and it is also well-known as the House of Allah since it is the first Qibla for Muslims. Muslims from all over the world visit the Kabah during the Hajj trip because it houses a black stone that Muslims believe was once white but has since turned black after absorbing the sins of millions of hajjis who have visited it over the years.
Here you will see that the hajjis gather in the courtyard of the Masjid al-Haram surrounding the Kabah when they reach Makkah. They then turn in a circular motion, following the crowd, around the Kabah in the hopefulness of kissing and touching the Black Stone known as al-Hajar al-Aswad also, which is fixed in the eastern corner of the Kabah.

Jabal Al Nour in Makkah:
Jabal Al Nour is also known as the Mountain of Light, it is the place where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is said to have contemplated receiving the first revelations. It is an important holy and visit site for many Muslims across the world. The mountain is approximately 620 meters and one can take up a spirited hike to visit the peak. The unique feature of this mountain is that it looks as if two mountains are on top of each other and the top of the mountain is a hilly desert. The mountain is also the place of some of the most important sacred and historical sites in Saudi Arabia such as Wadi Hof, which has various trees and has been defined as the “lung” of Makkah. There is also significant archeological history at Jabal Al-Nour including several tombs seeing back thousands of years ago that you will get to learn there.

Abraj Al-Bait Tower in Makkah:
Abraj Al-Bait is a huge tower, standing gracefully in the central area of Makkah, Saudi Arabia. The extra-large tall building is famous as Makkah Royal Clock and is also casually called Makkah Clock Tower. The Clock Tower with a marvelous height of 601 meters (1972 feet) is known as the world’s third-highest building after Burj Khalifa and Shanghai Tower. Nothing is more charming than looking up at the royal Abraj Al-Bait Tower at night

Mount Arafat:
A million hajjis during Hajj visit Mount Arafat every year. It is said Mount Arafat is the place where all the Muslims will be assembled for being answerable during the time of the resurrection. Mount Arafat holds great significance for the season of Hajj, hajjis visit there and perform their Hajj rituals, offer prayers and make important prayers (Dua) as a Sunnah of Prophet Ibrahim (Blessings be upon him) to complete all the Hajj formalities.

Jannat-al-Mualla is one of the two most important graveyards in slam. Jannat-al-Mualla is situated in the north of Masjid-al-Haram near Jeddah. Jannat-al-Mualla is the burial place of many relatives and families of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Some most important people from Prophet’s Muhammad (PBUH) family that are covered up at Jannat-al-Mualla are the blessed mother of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the first wife of the Prophet Hazrat Khadija (RA), the grandpa of the Prophet Hazrat Abdul Muttalib, the uncle of the Prophet Hazrat Abu Talib, the firstborn son of the Prophet Al-Qasim and the second son Abdullah are also covered up at Jannat-Al-Mualla.

Makah without any doubt place to visit to touch with spiritually learning’s. If anyone wishes to visit above mentioned places can avail of cheap Umrah packages 2022.

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