Top five things to do in Jordan
1. Zara Spa Dead Sea
At the Moevenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea
Sweimeh, Dead Sea Road
Enjoy the Hydro-Pool and infinity pools after floating in the Dead Sea. Experience an amazing mud wrap and massages by professional therapists.
The tropical Rain Showers that refreshes you with the scent of mint and you can discover the secrets of the Dead Sea in the glistening, sun-kissed waters of the main Hydro-Pool, in the indoor Floatation, Kneipp Foot Massage pools, or in the spectacular Infinity Pool.
For more info: http://www.zaraspa.com/
2. Royal Automobile Museum:
Located at the King Hussein Park, (next to the Medical City off the King Abdullah II Street) Amman
It has a private collection of cars and motorbikes of the Late King Hussein of Jordan. It is quite an extensive collection of immaculate cars from old classic Cadillac’s to a modern Lamborghini and several Harley Davidson motorbikes.
Opened from 10:00am – 7:00pm, Fridays 11:00am – 7:00pm, closed on Tuesdays
The Citadel hill contains some early age Bronze Age Tombs dating back before (3000-1200BC).
This archaeological landmark features remnants from several different cultures.
Get a chance to explore the Temple of Hercules, an Ummayad Palace and a Byzantine church but also the view from the citadel across Amman is amazing.
Amman with its surrounding region was successively ruled by the then-superpowers of the Middle East: Assyria (8th century BC), Babylonia (6th century), the Ptolemies, the Seleucids (third century BC), Rome (1st century BC), and the Umayyads (7th century AD). Renamed "Philadelphia" after himself by Ptolemy II Philadelphus, the city was incorporated into Pompey the Great's province of Syria, and later into the province of Arabia created by Trajan (106 AD). As the southernmost city of the Decapolis, Philadelphia prospered during Imperial times due to its advantageous location alongside Trajan's new trade and administrative road, the Via Nova Traiana.
4. Dinner experience evening at Petra Kitchen
Petra / Wadi Musa
The best possible way to spend an evening in Wadi Musa where you can enjoy being in the kitchen, learning new dishes, and sharing a great meal.
The Petra Kitchen teaches some traditional Jordanian food cold mezzes, hot mezzes, Arabian salad and a traditional meal with chicken and rice called Magluba-a chicken dish cooked right side up and then served upside down
At the end of the class they give our the recipes
5. Roman Amphitheatre
A worthy tourist attraction. It is located in the "Downtown" area of Amman.
From the top of the Citadel you can get a wonderful overview of the Roman Amphitheatre
There is also a small Folklore Museum along side the theatre; to your left is the Museum of Popular Tradition which houses a small collection of traditional costumes and jewellery with other items.