Discover one of the world's last mysteries: Saudi Arabia

Not long ago, Saudi Arabia opened its doors for the first time to international tourists. Traditionally, visitors to Saudi Arabia have been Muslims making pilgrimage or those on business trips; but from 2019, the country started issuing visas for the purpose of tourism alone and eased some restrictions like women visitors will no longer need to wear an abaya.


Indeed, Saudi Arabia is rich in attractions: from cultural to religious spots, spectacular natural wonders, and romantic deserts. It’s time to have a look and we will take you to demystify this unique country once closed to the world.



E-Visa

Since 2019, Saudi Arabia has had an official website for applying for electronic visas, which is applicable to many countries or regions around the world, including China, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, etc.


Destination Highlights

Riyadh

Riyadh is the capital of Saudi Arabia, this modern city is full of cultural and historical landmarks, blending modern and historical culture, such as the Arabian castle Al Masmak Fortress and the luxury shopping and entertainment district - Al Faisaliah Center, which is also home to Saudi Arabia's first skyscraper.


Jeddah

Located on the coast of the Red Sea, Jeddah is the second largest city in Saudi Arabia and its economic capital. Among the landmarks there, the most famous one is the Floating Mosque built on the shore of the Red Sea, which is especially magnificent when the the waves ran high. In addition to the aquarium, the city also has a large amusement park, The Al Shallal Theme park, which is ideal for families.


Desert & Natural Wonder

Saudi Arabia's territory is surrounded by spectacular deserts, and no trip to Saudi Arabia is complete without a visit to the desert. Travelers can walk into its desert city, Madain Saleh and explore the site, which was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2008. In addition, if traveller want to experience reaching the end of the world, they can go to The Edge of the World, which is about 1 hour away from Saudi's capital Riyadh. Its unique feature is that the movement of geographical plates has formed a natural cliff wonder. Sunset time is the most spectacular and beautiful moment.


The Holy Cities

Saudi Arabia is a place of pilgrimage, and the holy cities of Mecca and Medina are the few holy places that are forbidden to non-muslims. The mosque is magnificent in scale, with finely carved gates and minarets, as well as strict rules inside, attracting many Muslims to visit every year.


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