The Saudi Railway Co. (SAR) on Wednesday announced the launch of its first-ever night train journey from Riyadh to Al-Jouf.
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Passengers will now be able to enjoy special night cabins on the trains travelling between Riyadh and Al-Jouf through Hail and Al-Qassim.
Travellers wishing to travel on the train can book tickets through SAR’s website, application or its customer service centre.
Saudi Arabia opened its new high-speed railway to the public last month, taking Muslim pilgrims and other passengers between Makkah and Madinah.
The Haramain High Speed Rail system transports travellers 450 kilometres (280 miles) via the Red Sea port of Jeddah at speeds of up to 300 kilometres per hour.
It consists of two trains carrying 417 passengers each. They will initially run only two daily services.
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