Saudi Arabia Travel by Train Madina To Makkah Railway Journey 2019

Saudi Arabia Travel by Train Madina To Makkah Railway Journey 2019


Traveling Saudi Arabia by Train More than 15 Million Muslims Visit Makkah annually, for performing Hajj and Umra from the different parts of the world. After performing Hajj or Umra pilgrime travel to Madina The City of Prophet Muhammad PBUH The distance between two Holy Cities Makkah & Madina is almost 450 Km by road and 453 Km by Rail via Jeddah Today my journey from Madina to Makkah on Harmain High Speed Railway Saudi Railway operating speed is 300 Km/h Makkah – Madina high speed railway was opened to the public on 11 Oct 2018 Now 4 Trains are running daily between 2 holy cities During the Hajj Season more than 40 Trains run.

100 thoughts on “Saudi Arabia Travel by Train Madina To Makkah Railway Journey 2019

  1. Now Indians should compare themselves with saudi arabia then we will get to k ow how backward we are.. plz don't compare with pak and ban.

  2. Very nice video and thanks a lot. Having lived in Jeddah and driven to Madina many times by car, I know there is nothing to look outside. But we could enjoy the journey through your clear video.

  3. So beautiful SubhanAllah. I enjoyed this Video, and It gives me good tips for when I do go Umrah inshAllah

  4. All you did pull out the camera and put next to the window with Al-baik chicken to go pack in one hand and Camera in the other. A trained Videographer would have record the interior of the train, passing through Terminal, Signs at the stations, Fare like prices, Ticket look and interacts with fellow passengers. Signs inside the train, etc. You did none of that.

  5. Islamic Republic of Iran having better train services compare to any other gulf countries & they manufacture their own trains.. yahudi arabs can’t even make a single needle…

  6. Allah doesnt like anything western. Train is invented in west. Saudi Arabia being a true Muslim nation must ban it….Allah u Akbar!!!

  7. It takes SR 50/- (sometimes less than SR 50/-) to travel to Madina (Masque-E- Nobobi) and the buses are good MashAllah. It takes around 4 hours to reach Madina. If I have to travel though train first I have to go to Mecca rail station then travel through train then again Masque-E- Nobobi through texi. Train ticket price is SR 150-160/- texi rent two times…!! So what is the benefit actually?

  8. It takes SR 50/- (sometimes less than SR 50/-) to travel to Madina (Masque-E- Nobobi) and the buses are good MashAllah. It takes around 4 hours to reach Madina. If I have to travel though train first I have to go to Mecca rail station then travel through train then again Masque-E- Nobobi through texi. Train ticket price is SR 150-160/- texi rent two times…!! So what is the benefit actually?

  9. I think it is covered by oil fields only. No vegetation seen at all except dessert terrain and few beautiful towns. Thanks a lot for posting this video which helped me to learn about the landscape of the great nation Saudi Arabia.

  10. I came back .from Saudia . In this month of 10. June…2019.. after ramzan umra….but now I came to know there is any railway sirves….

  11. I wish Kafirs occupy Saudi and occupy all Mecca Medina cities and religion before Islam may prevail…

  12. Brother and sister from Pakistan Think that “if bullet train start from Pakistan to Sudia then poor ppl can aswell go for hajj and Umara.”

  13. may the Almighty Allah (the exalted)make the way easy 4 us 2 visit the ✌places even once in ✈ for the pilgrimage amin thumma amin.👏

  14. Sorry to sound harsh but it is strange to see so many Indians in this part of the world. Most indian Hindus hate Muslims and are committing all sorts if atrocities in India including lynching people even children in broad daylight for being Muslim. They hate Muslim culture and in long run they will harm these countries.

  15. SUBHAN ALLAH ..AMAZING MY HOLLY PROPHET HOMELAND ..SALALLAH HO ALAHY WA ALAY WASALAM YA RASOOLA ALLAH ..THANKS TARAR SAHIB..WE LOVE UNLIMITED..

  16. i was the one who built the software for autoclave curing/cooking those big fiberglass roof panels in Haramain station. i lived onsite and worked night and day to make sure the roof panels were properly cured. sadly, saudi oger still has not paid a big number of people i worked with and then it caught on fire.

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