Saudi Arabia is only holiest country for Muslims. Saudi Arabia is 98% desert area. Saudi Arabia touches the border of Jordan and Iraq in North. Kuwait is located in north, Qatar, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates in east, Oman in southeast, and Yemen in south.
I know a lot of Muslims in the town. I was getting some information about San Antonio Commercial water filtration while i met a Muslim in there who was an old friend of mine. As i was researching about Saudi Arabia so i asked him about the place. He said Saudi Arabia has four distinct regions Hejaz, Najd and parts of Eastern Arabia (Al-Ahsa) and southern Arabia.
This is an amazing place to visit but Saudi Arabian government give visas to non-muslims only in case if person is on business trip or as guests of its citizen. There are so many places in Saudi Arabia that are totally eye-catching.
Kingdom center is located in Riyadh. It is on 25th tallest building in the world and 1st tallest building in Saudi Arabia. It has many outlets of world number brands, many hotels, offices, entertainment centers and much more fun. It has 41 floors.
This zoo is located in Riyadh. This is amazing zoo having more than 1400 animals belongs to 40 species. This zoo has specific days for men and women.
This museum is located in Riyadh. National museum Riyadh has many great collections of documents, antiques that represent the Saudi Arabia’s past and present culture. This museum has 8 exhibition halls. The main aim of museum is to educate their youth by showcasing such beautiful cultural items and let them know about history of Islam and much more beyond. This museum is also an attraction piece for visitors.
It is located in Riyadh. The material used in this fort is clay and mud bricks. It was built in 1865. This fort has a great history. This fort is now open for public as a museum to make them aware of fort’s history and war stories.
Wait the beauty doesn’t end here it’s so much to discover about Riyadh and other cities of Saudi Arabia.