Monday, February 26, 2024

Saudi Arabia to Unveil 12 Resedential Towers in Mina for Hajj Pilgrims

In the city of Mina, situated between Makkah and Muzdalifah in Saudi Arabia, there are currently more than twelve residential towers under construction.

These towers are being developed to enhance accommodation facilities for pilgrims participating in the Haj rituals during the 2024 season (1445 AH).

Saad Al Qurashi, an adviser to the National Committee for Haj and Umrah, emphasized the significance of this development in providing pilgrims with improved comfort and ease during their religious journey.

To facilitate the process for pilgrims coming from abroad, the registration has already commenced. Al Qurashi highlighted the importance of early registration, as it allows pilgrims to secure their preferred accommodations, including nearby hotels and camps.

Mina, located approximately 7 kilometers from the Grand Mosque, holds a special significance as pilgrims stay there for two nights while performing the rituals of Haj during the month of Dhul-Hijjah.

This ongoing construction of residential towers reflects a commitment to enhancing the overall experience for those participating in the sacred pilgrimage.

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