8 markets or shops to buy gold in Madinah

Madinah is a city famous for lot many things and gold is among them. When pilgrims, from around the world, come to Madinah they often buy gold or gold jewelry from different places in Madinah. There are many gold shops and markets due to which pilgrims get confused about where to buy the best quality gold in Madinah.

There are many people who visit Madinah to buy gold. In Madinah, most of the gold shops and markets sell 21 carats of gold and not 22 carats. They have mentioned it on their receipts as well.

Moreover, the craftsmen fee is low which helps you opt for a good gold designed jewelry at a low cost. However, the rates of gold in Madina are slightly higher than the rates of gold in Jeddah. Here is a list of some recommended gold shops and markets from where you can buy the best quality gold in Madinah.

  1. Taiba Gold Shop

One of the most famous shops to buy gold in Madinah is the Taiba Gold Shop located on the Qiba road market. The Gold shop tends to offer unique designs at a very reasonable cost. They have an array of variety and prices are amazing. The quality of gold is trusted one!

However, the only problem with Taiba Gold Shop is that it is not on a walking distance from Masjid al Nabawi. Pilgrims have to take a taxi to visit the place.

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  1. Damas Saudi

The people of Madinah are in love with the jewelry they offer. The jewelry there is so attractive they people cannot resist buying it! This is the reason, Damas Saudi is one of the most preferred places for the people of Madinah to buy the best quality gold in the market.

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  1. Alotaibi Jewelry Store

Well-built gold shops, quality gold, best designs, and trained staff is what makes Alotaibi one of the most recommended places to buy gold in Madinah. People are in love with the professionalism of the staff there.

They offer brilliant designs and latest trends. Although it is located a little away from the main gold market of Masjid al Nabawi, Madinah, still, it is worth visiting.

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  1. Al Astura

One of the highly recommended shops to buy gold in Madinah is Al Astura gold shop. The shop is well known for serving its customers kindly and providing them with quality products. Visiting the bright gold shop is worth an experience.

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  1. متجرالحلي

Another good shop to buy gold in Madinah which is situated just adjacent to Masjid al Nabawi in the gold market. People love to go to this place due to its cheaper rates.

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  1. Masat Jewelry

The old and fine shops to buy gold in Madinah which has gained the trust of people of the city and people around the globe are Masat Jewelry. There is only one problem with Masat Jewelry is that it is situated far away from the gold market of Masjid al Nabawi, Madinah. Pilgrims have to take a taxi to visit them.

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  1. Fayendra

Fayendra has become one of the most favorites to buy gold jewelry in Madina for women as they have hired specialized and well-trained female staff. They are also well known for their outrageous and stylish designs. And guess what, they put on up to 50% off on selected items on special occasions!

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  1. Malabar Gold and Diamonds

The small store has way too much to offer you and they also have some special offers on special occasions. Obviously, the name of Malabar doesn’t need an introduction as everyone knows about their quality.

If you are buying something to gift to someone else and you are not very good at shopping gold, this is the best place in Madinah to go and buy gold from.

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Location: Badaah, Al Majeedi Commercial Center, Shop 305, Al Masjid Al Nabawi Madina Al Munawara Gate No. 17 Madina Al Munawara, 2750, Al Haram, Medina 42311 6858، Medina 42311, Saudi Arabia

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.