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A Cooler Summer Next Door!

Discover the beauty and splendid diversity of Saudi this summer. The Aseer Mountains, with their refreshing breezes, provide the perfect escape from the summer heat. Relax in world-class Red Sea resorts, the epitome of luxury. Enjoy the pleasures of the sea and shopping in Jeddah, a city that feels closer than ever. Immerse yourself in the magic of nature and parks in Al Baha, a place of true serenity. Taif, the hidden gem of summer, offers a variety of options and cooler temperatures, making it more affordable. AlUla, with its rich history and culture, is truly exquisite. Every destination in Saudi offers a unique and enchanting experience waiting for you.

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Riyadh Expo 2030 Overview

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On the land of ambition and aspirations, people from around the world will come together at Riyadh Expo 2030, exchanging their ideas, knowledge, and cultures, working towards a brighter tomorrow for all.

 

  • Expected Visitors: 40 million site visits I 1 billion metaverse visits


  • Total Site Size: 6 Million m2


  • Expected Participants: 246 participants I Country pavilions, international organizations, non-official participants


  • Site Location: Located in the north of Riyadh, approximately 5-10 minute’ drive from King Khalid International Airport
The Most Beautiful Places in Saudia

The Most Beautiful Places in Saudia

From monumental desert tombs and epic canyons to white-sand atolls and evocative old towns, these are the places you need to put on your Saudi Arabian bucket list

With Saudi Arabia beauty spots aren’t yet as recognizable (or overrun) as they perhaps deserve to be. The destination is home to Nabatean tombs to rival Petra, pristine dive spots that compete favorably with any of Egypt’s and great canyons that are as awe-inspiring as the well-trodden ones populating several American national parks.

The landscape is as diverse and layered as the country's ancient trading culture, which can be experienced in the souks of gleaming modern cities as well as around the desert homes of prophets and poets, princes and pilgrims.

The ochre deserts of the north give way to the white-sand atolls of the Red Sea coast and lush mountains and valleys of the south-western Asir region, home to rare Arabian leopards and Qahtani tribesmen donning floral headdresses. Much of the south-eastern region is covered by the vast Empty Quarter, the world’s largest sand desert.

Hegra (Mada’in Salih), Madinah

Hegra (Mada’in Salih), Madinah

Mada’in Saleh, not far from al-Ula (22 km), was known as al-Hijr, or Hegra, by the Nabataean people who carved its magnificent tombs into the golden Quweira sandstone outcrops. The delicate details on the

entrance portals and the smooth surfaces of its 111 tomb façades reflect the great skills of the masons of their time. The splendor of the natural setting here must have reminded the Nabataeans of their capital, Petra, hewn into the rosey sandstone cliffs to the north in modern-day Jordan. It is no wonder that they chose this very spot to build their second city, Hegra. Based on the many

dated tomb inscriptions, Hegra thrived between 1 BCE -74 CE.


The Nabataeans began as pastoral nomads, raising their sheep, goats, and camels in the desert as so many other Arabian tribes have done through the millennia. They also practiced oasis agriculture, utilizing a set

of wells dug into the rock. Their origin is uncertain, but there is a strong possibility that they came from the Hejaz region of northwest Saudi Arabia. The deities they worshipped were similar to those honored by ancient cultures in that area and the root consonants of their name – n, b, t, w – occur in the early Semitic of the Hejaz. From early in their history, they had connections with Mesopotamia and may have been the Nabatu Arabs mentioned by the Assyrians in the eighth century BCE. Alexander the Great’s officer Hieronymus of Cardia wrote of the Nabataeans as having an ascetic life with harsh laws. They were also known for their incredible familiarity with the desert and their ability to fade into it to evade enemy tribes. Their system of hidden cisterns dug deep in the interior provided water for their livestock and their people.


The real cause of the success of the Nabataeans, however, was control over much of the spice trade. Frankincense, myrrh, and other spices from southern Arabia were brought up to the north along trade routes to be

purchased by the Greeks, Romans Egyptians, Phoenicians, and others around the Mediterranean and in the Near East. The Nabataeans built their empire as the middlemen. Hegra was a crossroads where the major north-south incense route intersected a road from the Red Sea to the Persian Gulf.


Mada’in Saleh has been s a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008.


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Al Balad, Jeddah

Al Balad, Jeddah

Before naming it as the royal seaport for Makkah at 657 AD, the Al-Balad site, “Historic Jeddah”, was built on beautiful coastal land. It gathered people from all cultures and walks of life throughout the ages. This part of the world unveils a human heritage whose walls challenged different historical factors with eight gates; each is known for their historical stories. In addition, it holds more than 10 ancient houses praised for their distinctive designs and the names of their ancient families. Here, you will get the coziest photographs.


A Heritage recognized by the world

Discover the place chosen amongst UNESCO World Heritage List, where the ancient homes transformed using the latest technologies and expertise into art galleries and specialty cafes. Whenever you look up in AL-Balad, you see the wooden Rawashins hanging overhead as an example of authentic architecture that oversees the modern life that passes beneath it.


The magic of Al-Balad site, “Historic Jeddah”, is not limited to the heritage value surrounding you, but also to the unique location being twenty minutes away from the best shopping experiences and international

restaurants, and another twenty minutes away from the largest and most important car race in the world; the STC Formula 1 Saudi Grand Prix.

 Doors to Jeddah Wall

Once you reach Historic Jeddah, you will notice several doors. These doors that go back to ancient times used to get closed at night as a form of security and protection to the markets of the old alleys they surrounded. Almost every side has a door, the most famous of which is from the east: “Bab Jadeed”. This latest addition to the doors was built during the Saudi rule at the beginning of the nineteen forties. Next in importance comes “Bab Makkah” from the east side facing Souq Al Badu intended to protect this market and form a passage. Then, from the south side comes “Bab Shareef” used by the people of these alleys for outings and visiting outside markets, such as “Haraj Al Asr”, which has developed into a large local market.


Tour of the most exquisite ancient houses

  1. Bait Nassif
  2. Bait Matbouli
  3. Bait Nour Wali 
  4. Beit Alsharbatly
  5. Bait Qabil
  6. Zainal House 
  7. Bait AlBatterjee
  8. Bait Baeshen
  9. Bait AlRashaida
  10. Bait Sallom

The Edge of the World, Riyadh

The Edge of the World, Riyadh

Edge of the World is the name of the 1.131 m2 height cliff that lies some 100 km from Riyadh at the end of the 800 km extending Tuwaik Mountain range. Edge of the World is the perfect destination of mountain climbing and hiking lovers. Discover the breathtaking off-cliff spectacular views.


Get Ready for the Journey

 Before taking off on a journey to the Edge of the World in the northwest of Riyadh, you can look up the available trips in the list of Experiences to book your journey. It would be best to drive a four-wheel car due to the

roughness of the roads. Also, make sure to equip yourself with everything you need as the area is wild and barren with no services available. You may encounter a mobile network outage, so you had better go with a group of people or a tourism expert. It is also advisable to put on trainers appropriate for hiking and climbing cliffs for a spectacular adventure in the mountains. It will be such a worthwhile challenge to mount the cliff to reach its top and enjoy the astonishing views overlooking a deep valley and extending barren desert. The best time to reach the top of the cliff is at sunrise or sunset, so pick your time to enjoy the magnificent view of the gradation of the sky colours.

 

Nature Surrounding Edge of the World

On the cliffs of Tuwaik Mountain with its distinguishing dry soil-free surface, you can enjoy the desert environment view with its arid features. You will notice samar trees and acacias spreading over the land of

the valley, while ghodi trees and pole plants cover the majority of the high fixed sand dunes. The characteristics of the carved mountains with their intriguing sight tell the story of their long resistance to erosion and

survival against time factors. Exploring the area, you may also discover some snails and marine life fossils spreading here and there indicating the fact that the area had once been a marine habitat. Finally, winter-time is so special at Edge of the World when the beautiful nature is accompanied by the cold weather and rainy season.


 

Diriyah, Riyadh

Diriyah, Riyadh

Few sites are more striking than the ancient desert city of Diriyah, wrapped in the green oasis of Wadi Hanifa just outside Riyadh. It was once a hotbed of culture, a historic crossroads for pilgrims and traders throughout the centuries, and the ancestral seat of the royal dynasty. Today Diriyah’s museums, such as the spectacular Salwa Palace, delve into the citadel’s storied past. Dotted around its magnificent mud-brick architecture and lining its palm-fringed avenues, restaurants and coffee shops also nod to tradition with Najdi plates such as gereesh bil laban, cracked wheat cooked in a yogurt sauce.


Diriyah Gate


Renewed as Saudi Arabia’s cultural capital, the historic city of Diriyah will showcase Saudi Arabia’s 300+ years of authentic culture and history by delivering one-of-a-kind inspiring heritage experiences, educational and cultural opportunities, world-class residential living, and outstanding lifestyle offerings to include shopping, entertainment, and dining experiences.


Located just 20 minutes northwest of Riyadh’s city center, Diriyah will be transformed into one of the world’s foremost lifestyle destinations for culture and heritage, hospitality, retail, and education, and will become one of the world’s great gathering places.


At the heart of the development is the At-Turaif UNESCO World Heritage Site, an iconic mud-brick city, and the home of the First House of the Al Saud family and capital of the First Saudi State, preserved and restored for future generations.


Combining traditional Najdi architectural typology and new urbanism, Diriyah will be a place that connects emotionally with visitors and residents, promotes, and celebrates the destination’s rich heritage and reveals the origins of modern Saudi Arabia and the spiritual values in which it is rooted.


Under the mandate of Diriyah Gate Development Authority, and as one of the Public Investment Fund's projects, the project contributes to Vision 2030, by its target of 27 million local and international visitors by 2030. This supports the national tourism strategy which aims to host 100 million worldwide tourists in the Kingdom by 2030.

Al Qarah Mountain, Al Ahsa

Al Qarah Mountain, Al Ahsa

From the breathtaking summit of Al Qarah Mountain, Arabic translations of the surrounding region’s place names bring new meaning. Al Ahsa, the name of the governorate, means ‘murmuring streams’ and Hofuf, the

name of the main city, translates as ‘whistling wind’. Visitors who scale this limestone mesa will be able to hear the latter while witnessing the lush green impact of the former.


However, the reward for reaching the top is not only a sultry gust but also a stupendous view of the world’s largest oasis, a source of life that has proven integral to the growth of Al Ahsa through the ages. 


Views of Al-Ahsa Oasis

From on high you’ll view this emerald oasis among the sand, with over 160km of oasis housing the bulk of Al Ahsa’s estimated three million palm trees. The true miracle of the terrain can be fully appreciated, giving an

understanding of how the villages - branching off the mountain like fronds - have sustained life for millennia.


These palms, their fruits, and the reservoirs of crystalline fresh water running underneath the oasis are the reasons that Al Ahsa was able to house civilizations that pre-dated Islam, with archaeological evidence of some of the oldest settlements in the Arabian Peninsula dating as far back as 5,000 BC.


Museum and facilities

Recent renovations to make the caves more accessible include lighting and paving, while the ‘Land of Civilizations’ museum provides an excellent account of the area’s ancient history. Stories of local legends

include the mountain’s rumored role in the lives of Dilmun kings, Prophet Ibrahim. An accompanying cast of carved structures relating to the story of Adam can be found outside, while in-depth information about Al Ahsa’s feats of farming and irrigation also feature.


Elsewhere on site you’ll also find a mosque, café and gift shop, with wheelchair access is provided in several areas. The complex opens at 8am every morning, closing at 9pm through the week and 10pm at weekends. Entry is SAR50 (about US$13.32).


Visitors should remember to bring sunglasses, for while the temperate caves protect from the sun, there are few areas for shade on the surface. The rock reflects the beaming sun like a gloss, creating a white aura that only adds to the mountain’s mystique.

Rijal Almaa, Assir

Rijal Almaa, Assir

Rijal Alma’a Heritage Village is a village located in Rijal Almaa Governorate, located southwest of Saudi Arabia, in the Assir region, close to the city of Abha. The origins of the village date back to almost 1000 years ago, being an important point of connection for people coming from Yemen, from the east, and especially for the people passing through Makkah and Madinah, which contributed to the development of the village as an important commercial centre. The small village is characterized by the design and architecture of its buildings which look like they were made of gingerbread, therefore the recognition of “gingerbread village”. 

Saudi Arabia’s national authorities including the Ministry of Culture and the Heritage Commission have adopted a rehabilitation project for the village with the participation of partners from the public and private sectors, aimed toward making tourism a key driver for sustainable rural development. The tourism strategy aims to create an economic investment opportunity and transform the Rijal Almaa area into a tourist

attraction by restoring the village’s architecture historical style without compromising the original identity. 


Additionally, the Rijal Heritage Village will be integrated with the surrounding environment in the governorate to create a cultural tourism path and create unique tourism experiences in the Assir region, which are expected to significantly support rural development. Proximity of the village to the city of Abha and the Al-Soudah area will help in establishing Rijal Almaa as an interactive linking point for tourists, contributing to the

sustainable operation of the heritage town.

Thee (Zee) Ain Ancient Village, Al Bahah

Thee  (Zee) Ain Ancient Village, Al Bahah

A village out of this world

​The historical village of Zee Al-Ain is the jewel of Al-Bahah Province and will take you by surprise. Located down the cliffs of the City of Al-Bahah it gathers unique features that make this place enchanting - the most striking being the whiteness of the marble hill the village was built on, which contrasts with the darker shades of the grandiose Sarawat mountains in the background.


The village was named after a water spring that flows continuously from the nearby mountains to several reservoirs, and each particular pond has its own name. There is a local legend that tells of a man who lost his cane in one of the valleys, and to retrieve it he tracked it until he reached the village, where he enlisted the help of the inhabitants and retrieved his cane after digging up the spring.


The village dates back about 400 years, and it witnessed the battles between the Ottoman Turks and its inhabitants.

Zee Al-Ayn has been placed on the list of tentative UNESCO World Heritage Sites thanks to its exceptional features. The village has 49 dwellings, 9 of which are composed of one floor, 19 from two floors, 11 from three floors and 10 from four floors.


The village was constructed using load-bearing walls ("Medamik") and the thickness of the walls are between 0.7 to almost 0.9 meters.

 

Structures are roofed using cedar wood. The big rooms are roofed using columns known as "Al-zafer", and above the cedar wood there is a kind of stone known as "Salat", and the stones are covered with mud. The lower floors are the reception and living areas, the upper floors for sleeping. Some of the buildings still exist since the establishment of the village, some are partially run-down but some are completely demolished.


The houses are now empty but some doors are still open so that visitors can enter and experience how the life of the inhabitants of Zee Al-Ayn was several centuries ago. One of the striking aspects of these Arabian traditional houses is the cool temperature they offer.


Don't forget to go to the bottom right of the marble hill to see the natural spring that gave its name to Zee Ayn historical village!

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