Category: exhibitions

Giveaway: VIP Tickets to Kids in Motion Riyadh 2016

Blue Abaya’s big KIDS IN MOTION giveaway is here! This giveaway is for a total of 6 tickets to the Kids in Motion Live Show with prizes worth total of 2100 SAR. The Kids in Motion event will have Ninja Turtles and Sponge Bob live performances and the adjacent Mother Child and Baby Exhibition.Read more

12 Things To Do In Riyadh During Spring

Have you ever tried golfing in the desert? Ever been to the beautiful desert during the spring time when even the Red Sand dunes are in full bloom after the winter rains? How about a leisurely walk or a sweat inducing run in the desert with fellow expats? Or a picnic to a hidden desert lake? SpringRead more

Janadriyah Festival Guide

The biggest cultural event of Saudi Arabia, the Janadriyah Cultural heritage festival is just around the corner! In this Blue Abaya guide you will find everything you need to know to attend the most important national festival for culture and heritage of Saudi Arabia. THIS GUIDE HASRead more

Riyadh International Book Fair

Riyadh’s annual International Book Fair 2017 updates! Riyadh international book fair will be inaugurated on 8th March 2017 and continues daily until 18 th March. Read on to find out more about the venue, location info, timings and what this exhibition is all about! The 10-day long Riyadh BookRead more

15 Things to Do in Riyadh in the Summer

Many expats and locals find themselves “stuck” in Saudi for the summer with nothing to do, fearing death caused by boredom. Not everyone is lucky enough to escape the Saudi heat. With the schools now closed, children and youth (and housewives) get very bored! This causes frustration inRead more

10 Activities For Women in Riyadh

I meant to post this on earlier but what stopped me was the Move From Hell which we experienced this week! Believe it or not we were sleeping on the floor in the new house, while our beds and foods were being held hostage overnight in the moving truck by the greedy and totally unprofessional movingRead more

11 Ways to Cure the Dreaded Sandpit Boredom

Dear Riyadh, or ___(insert any city in Saudi Arabia here). We love you but you are so boring! There is nothing to do. No cinemas, no bars. What else is there to do anyways?   Does this sound familiar to anyone? Life in Saudi Arabia is of course different to what most are used to back home, butRead more

Culture Fair for Children in Riyadh King Fahad Cultural Center

An interesting event worth checking out in Riyadh is the International Children Culture Fair organised at the King Fahad Cultural Centre. Aimed at parents and children in Riyadh, this exhibition was organised for the first time in 2011 at the beautiful King Fahad Cultural Centre. This building is aRead more

It’s cookin’ in Riyadh!

This week the temperature has hit near +50c everyday. To make matters worse it doesn’t get much cooler in the nights, dropping to only +46 yesterday. When it’s windy, you would think it has a cooling effect, but actually it feels like somebody is holding a hairdryer to ur head on fullRead more

Palla Mano exhibition for women

Another women’s only exhibition this week in Riyadh! This time it’s going to be in the Four Seasons hotel, starting on tuesday 7 pm to thursday 11 pm. I’m really excited about this one because they are going to choose the Saudi designer of the year 2010! Also there will be areRead more

King Khaled Exhibition at Riyadh’s National Museum

This week I went to the King Khalid exhibition which is going on this month at the National Museum Riyadh here are some pics I took: The King Khaled exhibition was at the National Museum in its own separate building. They welcomed us very warmly and we were treated like VIP guests. I guessRead more

Riyadh To Do Guide

I often hear people complaining or boredom and lack of activities in KSA, especially here in conservative Riyadh. Yet I for some reason am always short of time to do things! Of course it depends a lot on yourself, how active you are in trying to find things to do. It IS more difficult here, but itRead more