Where We Are Going: Exit the Room: The live escape game

Exit the Room is open seven days a week and is located at Sawari Mall in Al-Zahra’a district in Jeddah
Updated 10 May 2018

Where We Are Going: Exit the Room: The live escape game

  • Exit the Room is an exciting and adventurous way to spend quality time with your friends and family

Exit the Room, a live escape game, is sure to give you a rush of adrenaline with its thrilling and intellectual challenges.

It is an exciting and adventurous way to spend quality time with your friends and family, as you pair up into teams of two or up to 6 people to escape from a room in 60 minutes or less.

Exit the Room offers three rooms with different challenges; The Bomb, where the members have to work together as a team to deactivate an atomic bomb in time; The Madness, in which the team’s bravery is put to the test as they must unite in order to escape the darkness of a basement torture chamber in a psychiatric hospital; and Mind Boggling, where team members will test their patience, using their logical thinking and problem-solving skills to figure out the code of the combination lock of the electrical door to get out of the room.

Exit the Room is open seven days a week and is located at Sawari Mall in Al-Zahra’a district in Jeddah.


First pilgrims leave under Eyab initiative

Updated 18 August 2019

First pilgrims leave under Eyab initiative

  • Al-Amoudi toured the exhibition dedicated to welcome Eyab’s beneficiaries

Saudi Minister of Transport and Chairman of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Dr. Nabeel Al-Amoudi, oversaw the departure of the first 

group of pilgrims under the Eyab initiative on Saturday together with GACA President Abdulhadi bin Ahmed Al-Mansouri.

Eyab seeks to improve services provided to pilgrims, with the authority aiming to enrich pilgrims’ experience at the Kingdom’s airports. It is expected to benefit 30,000 pilgrims during this year’s Hajj season.

Al-Amoudi toured the exhibition dedicated to welcome Eyab’s beneficiaries, inspected the services available and received a briefing from the initiative’s officials.

GACA started an experimental implementation of Eyab this year, aimed at pilgrims returning to Indonesia, India and Malaysia through Jeddah’s King Abdul Aziz International Airport and Madinah’s Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Airport.