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Lush oases of date palms and tall grasses sway between craggy rock canyons. Terraced green mountains wrapped in clouds kiss southern Saudi skies. Impossibly clear waters, white sands, and colorful corals brimming with fish line Saudi’s coastline.
Lush oases of date palms and tall grasses sway between craggy rock canyons. Terraced green mountains wrapped in clouds kiss southern Saudi skies. Impossibly clear waters, white sands, and colorful corals brimming with fish line Saudi’s coastline. In the west of the country, you will find untamed stretches of coral-filles Red Sea coast and southwestern mountain towns such as Taif, famed as the City of Roses. The ancient history in the north – the region of Al- Jouf is packed with ancient castle ruins and massive pillars carved from sandstone dating back thousands of years. A sight truly to experience!
Then there are the cosmopolitan and business cities of Jeddah (on the Red Sea coast), Riyadh (the capital), and Dammam (on the Persian Gulf), all of which have undergone a remarkable cultural transformation, successfully blending ancient customs and the modern world. Here, you can find world-class museums, fine-dining options and fantastic shopping choices.
Saudi Arabia is rich in culture and heritage. It is, after all, the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad and home to the holiest sites in Islam. Saudi Arabia is the home of two of Islam's holy sanctuaries: Makkah the Blessed and Madinah the Radiant.
The official language of Saudi Arabia is—yep, you guessed it—Arabic. However, Arabic is more vast than non-Arabic speakers might realize. Arabic spoken in, say, Morocco, is far different from the Arabic you’ll hear in Saudi Arabia.
The three main variants of Arabic spoken in Saudi are
If you love food, prepare to put on a few pounds in Saudi Arabia! Saudi Arabia has long been a crossroads of cultures. As a result, Saudi cuisine draws on many different influences, and many common dishes in Saudi Arabia actually have origins elsewhere. Some traditional Saudi dishes to look out for include:
Kabsa – Roast chicken and rice found everywhere
Dates – Saudi Arabia has some of the best dates in the world, and they come in all different types and flavors.
Murtabak – Stuffed pancake
Tharid – Spicy lamb stew served with bread
Laban – Creamy yogurt drink
Mamuul – Stuffed date cookies
Arabic coffee – Not at all like “normal” coffee, it’s flavored with cardamom.
Meals in Saudi Arabia are rich, spiced, and usually accompanied by a mound of rice or bread, as well as thick, creamy Laban (a strained kind of yogurt that can also stand alone as a drink—it’s delicious!). Meat is an essential part of main meals, and sweet tea often follows. Sounds delicious right? So, tantalize your taste buds, and have a trip of a lifetime in Saudi Arabia!