The Edge of the World is aptly named. Reached through winding desert trails that run along a ridge of the Tuwaiq escarpment, this spectacular spot offers uninterrupted views across the barren valley floor and to the horizon, seen from the edge of a sheer precipice.
Set aside a day to explore centuries of Arabian prehistory, history, culture and art.
A vast clay and mud-brick citadel, Al Masmak serves as a proud reminder of Saudi Arabia’s storied history.
Welcome to Ad Dir’iyah, birthplace of the first Saudi state, historical crossroads of pilgrims and traders.
As the former home and court of King Abdul Aziz, Riyadh's Al Murabba Palace is a monument to the city’s captivating past.
Hidden in the heart of the Najd, an oasis-dotted region 200 km northwest of Riyadh, lies Ushaiger Heritage Village.
Be amazed and inspired at Saudi Arabia’s leading centre for arts and culture.
A desert oasis of shady palm groves and crystal clear springs.
With its long stretches of sandy beaches and cool walkways, Jeddah Corniche has always been one of the city’s attractions.
This peculiar exhibition will surely turn your world upside down. Literally.
This unique storytelling exhibition uses photography and video arts to introduce the peoples of the Arab world and the Middle East.
The Art of Banksy is meant to celebrate Banksy’s art and drive his message of hope and humanity to the world.