Explore Saudi Arabia

Explore beautiful Saudi Arabia with your own virtual Tour Guide, to tell you the stories about the places.

Where To Go

Sky Bridge at Kingdom Center
The Natural Wonders of Alula
Tayebat Museum
Al Ahsa


Arabic is the official language of Saudi Arabia and the primary language used in all dealings and public transactions. English serves as an informal second language in the Kingdom and is spoken by a large section of its society. All road signs are bilingual, showing information in both Arabic and English. Saudi Arabia’s rich heritage and traditions have been shaped by its position as a historic trade hub and the birthplace of Islam. In recent years, the Kingdom has undergone a significant cultural transformation, evolving centuy-old customs to fit the contemporary world we live in today.

Exchange and transactions

Currency exchange and transactions are easy in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s national currency is the Saudi riyal (ر.س SAR), which is subdivided into 100 halala. You’ll receive notes in denominations of five riyals, ten riyals, 50 riyals, 100 riyals and 500 riyals; and coins in one riyal, two riyals, 50 halala, 25 halala, 10 halala, 5 halala and 1 halala.

Activities & Attractions

One of the best things about Saudi is that the kingdom is full of surprises. Discover something unexpected, from sandfalls and snowfall to beekeeping, or embark on a unique adventure, like trying to keep up with the world’s fastest fish when scuba diving in the Red Sea or visiting a mirrored art installation in the middle of the desert.


Certain shops close briefly during prayer times to allow time for worship. During the holy month of Ramadan, the rhythm of the country changes into a mellow, spiritual one.

The sale, purchase, and consumption of alcohol and drugs is illegal in Saudi Arabia.


Bad language, loud behavior, and encroaching on other people’s boundaries are considered disrespectful. Respectful public decorum is always advised.

Dress code is dependent on individual establishments, some casual, others keen on sophistication. Places of worship specifically do require you to dress modestly while visiting.