Saudi Arabia Tourist Information
Birthplace of Islam
Saudi Arabia is known as the birthplace of Islam and two holy sacred places are in Saudi Arabia, Hajj Pilgrim at Masjid Al Haram in Makkah and the Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) Holy Mosque, Al-Masjid a Nabawi in Madinah. Saudi Arabia is the largest country in the world without a river, located in Western Asia, Surrounding by most of the Arabian Peninsula, with the Red Sea and Persian Gulf coastlines.
Capital Of Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia largest capital city is Riyadh and known for its beauty and charm. Riyadh is located in the heart of Saudi Arabia, where you will be find rich Saudi Arabia culture and history. Saudi Arabia second largest and busiest Airport is in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia capital city Riyadh’s camel market is one of the largest camel market in the world and sells about 100 camels per day.
Saudi Culture, Society and Languages
Here is some more travel information for your Saudi Arabia travel guide. Saudi Arabia is considered the last border of tourism. Saudi Arabia culture, society, languages, customs, etiquettes, manners and protocols are defined by its Islamic Heritage. The Saudi Arabia official language is Arabic, the Islamic practises and laws are strictly followed by both men and women in Saudi Arabia. Both men and women in Saudi Arabia have to cover up their arms, legs and front body area properly. Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world where women can’t drive, and women can’t go alone without their husband or relatives.
Tourism and Religious Activities in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia tourism is still involving most of the religious Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages, Saudi Arabia has traditionally welcome pilgrims of Hajj and Umrah in Makkah. there are only few places left which can be signify as the last tourism destinations in Saudi Arabia. Tourism in Saudi Arabia is still developing for centuries the Arabian desert was known only by Bedouins or Bedu, who are nomadic Arab peoples of the Middle Eastern desert live there.
More Details About Tourism in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is starting issuing tourist visa for the first time since in 2010 when it held down on the visitor. Now Saudi Arabia is opening up for tourism opportunities and unique travel destinations offering a wide range of tourism opportunities to visitors. The Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced the launch of “The Red Sea” tourism project in August.
Saudi Commission For Tourism
You can find further information and detail on Saudi Arabia Tourism Official Website page Saudi Commission for Tourism, National Heritage (SCTNH) and Antiquities. You can also find all the information through Saudi Arabia Embassy Islamabad or Consulate-General.