About Saudi Arabia Tourism
The vast desert plain, the ancient castles, and the inexplicable unique experiences – all things wondrous to explore in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with our help. It encompasses the majority of Arab land as the second largest country, home to a number of natural and historical wonders.
Jeddah one of the gateway of Saudi Arabia, receiving millions of tourists since year bygone when it started as a port city century ago. And along with Jeddah, Riyadh became another favorite destination tourist don’t want to miss out on. They’re the metropolis of Saudi Arabia, both still preserves their “old town” part of the city that tell and show stories of people who lived in the mud-houses.
The World Heritage sites of Saudi Arabia worth to visit are:
- Al Ahsa Oasis – An evolving cultural landscape
- At-Turaif District in ad-Dir'iyah
- Hegra Archaeological Site (Madain Saleh)
- Ḥimā Cultural Area
- Historic Jeddah, the Gate to Makkah Rock Art in the Hail Region of Saudi Arabia
You can never be short of things to see. Dune bashing, Bedouin-camping, and hiking are great for adventurous soul who are looking to escape the city life and just feel the nature. Hidden behind the modern metropolis are the untouched ancient ruins of old kingdoms from times bygone. The civilizations of the legendary kingdoms that ruled over the land in Dadan and Jabal Ikmah left behind these carvings filled with knowledge of their times and artefacts that may tell us what it was like to be one of the most powerful kingdoms of its time. Or just stick around the shopping metacenters in the cities!
Saudi Arabia is also home to a number of marvelous architectural achievements, particularly with their mosques that are some of the largest in the world that remain functional to this day. It is a country that fully embraces their tradition and history, but not lacking in futuristic endeavors, proven by their skylines adorned with tall skyscrapers, beach resorts, and new major historical parks built in respect of their past rulers along with museums and national libraries that became some of their biggest repositories for information and knowledge that can be freely accessed by anyone.