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Living in Dammam

The capital, and the largest city of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, Dammam has a population of around 4.14 million people. If you're new to living in Dammam, it could be a good idea to get your bearings and explore the city. Ad Damman, as the locals call it, is home to the Al Ahsa Mall, which has all of the major retail outlets you'll ever need, as well as some you have probably never seen before. The Al Morjan Island is a beautiful, scenic little island just off the coast, and is a great place to go for an afternoon walk with the rest of the family, or even on your own. As an expat living in Dammam, it can be hard to get past the cultural barriers at first - the InterNations website is dedicated to breaking down those barriers and offers forums and discussion groups for socializing and networking between expats in Dammam and around the world.

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  • Maybe it is time for a Riyadh Event
    28 replies
    Jan 10, 5:59 AM
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    Ciao Guys, Keep every one posted on Riyadh events as its the most sensitive city when it comes to events...

  • Aussy Embassy 11 May
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    May 2, 11:08 AM
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    Well Mr Lance hope soeone gonna help u as''amaerican'' citizen n if u got an invitation ull have to invite me lol jk

  • Foundations for a happy life: Pt1 - "In One Boat"
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    Sep 12, 4:32 PM
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    Looking forward to attend a similar event of this type, missed this one.

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Moving to Dammam

Aside from the vast working opportunities in Dammam, people might also be motivated to move to the city due to its climate. Dammam has a hot desert climate, with winter temperatures ranging from mild to warm - a nice place for those who hate to feel the cold. Dammam's traditional cuisine holds national renown, and is made up from a diverse spread of influences due to its diverse populace. If you're thinking of moving to Dammam, or you have already made the move, you might want some helpful advice from like-minded expats living in Dammam or elsewhere in Saudi Arabia. The InterNations forums, discussion boards and the Expat Magazine all offer crucial insight and tips about moving abroad. Thousands of expatriates just like yourself, use the forums to share their experiences with others - you can learn from their mistakes, and benefit from their successes. With InterNations, moving abroad doesn't have to be stressful.

Working in Dammam

Dammam is the most oil-rich region in the world, so naturally there are many jobs relating to the oil industry. However, there are also many schools and universities nearby, some of which are international, and restaurants as well as media outlets create plenty of jobs throughout the year. Working in Dammam might seem different, or strange, at first. But if you have the backing of other expatriates, who can share their experiences with you and give you insightful tips in to what to do and what not to do whilst working abroad, things could be a little easier. Whether they are specifically moving as part of a job placement, or want to start a new business abroad, InterNations welcomes new members living in Dammam and across the globe. Take the chance to browse our Expat Magazine, engage with other expatriates in the forums and eventually help other expats who are in the same position you are now.

  • Juan Garcia

    Making business in Riyadh was easy. But meeting true friends is hard. I found them on InterNations, where the global minds meet.

  • Marie Troisonne

    Without the help of all the expats on InterNations it would not have been able to settle in Riyadh that fast. Thanks to the community.

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