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    Having been to Saudi Arabia, you should know that it isn't what they all say it is. Be respectful of their culture and do share yours. Locals love learning about your culture. And bear in mind that they are humans just like you with similar aspirations and dreams. Dress decently and avoid any interactions with women who you are not related to. almost 7 years ago

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    If you are into scuba diving the west coast in Saudi Arabia is right on the Red Sea one of the most beautiful spots in the world. Yunba' is very well known for it's underwater scenery also Jeddah which the merchant capital of saudi Arabia has a lot of scuba diving centers. There's also Mada'an Salah an ancient city from biblical years just on the north west of the country. In Riyadh the capital you'll find the heritage centers they'll guide where to go for cultural stuff. In the Eastern province there's Sultan Ibrahim's castle from Ottman times when the ruled the Arabian peninsula. Just keep in mind that SA is still a considered a virgin to foreign tourism, but that doesn't mean they're not hospitable & hostel people. Just show the respect to the culture & tradition & ur more than welcome to the country. almost 7 years ago

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    As a women is it ok to travel alone? almost 7 years ago

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