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Dammam, Al Mazroeiah intro. Al Mazroeiah is a district in Dammam, the biggest city in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province. It is located near the city's port, considered to be the biggest in the Persian Gulf. Travellers can reach Al Mazroeiah hotels by flying to King Fahd International Airport, just over 30 miles away. Alternatively, Dammam is around three to four hours away from the capital Riyadh by car or train. Much of the city's economy is based on the oil industry, but there are a few attractions which might occupy those here on leisure. The neighbourhood's location near the Persian Gulf means that it has easy access to the Corniche. This promenade, which is lined with artworks, offers panoramic views of the Gulf, as well as opportunities to take part in land-based sports and water sports. Those more interested in shopping can visit some of the area's most modern retail centres, where a wide range of international food chains are open for business. On the other hand, Hejazi cuisine is widely available at local restaurants, as is Syrian, Lebanese and Turkish.