King Fahad's Fountain is located in the city of Jeddah, about 60 kilometers west of Mecca, on the Red Sea coast. The fountain got its name after King Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud because he gave it to the city of Jeddah. King Fahad's Fountain is the tallest in the world because the jet of water that it ejects reaches a height of 312 meters, and the water mass that is in the air at any moment reaches 16 tons. These impressive data attract a large number of visitors who enjoy the view of the water column that can be seen from all over the city. A special sight is a fountain at night when it is illuminated by colorful lights, which further emphasize its beauty.