Saudi Arabia is a country located in the Middle East, bordering the Red Sea to the west and the Persian Gulf to the east. It has a land area of approximately 2.15 million square kilometers (830,000 square miles) and a population of around 34 million people.
The official language of Saudi Arabia is Arabic, and the currency is the Saudi riyal. The capital city is Riyadh, and other major cities include Jeddah, Mecca, and Medina.
Saudi Arabia is known for its oil reserves, which are the largest in the world. The country is also home to two of the holiest sites in Islam: the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca and the Prophet's Mosque in Medina.
Saudi Arabia is a conservative Muslim country, and visitors are expected to respect local customs and dress codes. Alcohol is strictly prohibited, and there are restrictions on the mixing of men and women in public spaces.
Tourism in Saudi Arabia is still developing, but the country has recently opened up to international visitors with the introduction of tourist visas. Visitors can enjoy attractions such as historic sites, museums, shopping centers, and outdoor activities like hiking and scuba diving.
In addition to tourism, the economy of Saudi Arabia is heavily reliant on the oil industry and has recently started to diversify into other sectors, such as technology and finance.
|Languages spoken||Arbic, Arbi|
|Currency used||Saudi Riyal (SAR)|
|Area (km2)||2,149,690 square kilometers|
|Country name||The Kindom Of Saudia Aribia (KSA)|