A Girls' Guide to Saudi Arabia (Vanity Fair) -- Long averse to non-Muslim curiosity seekers, the Kingdom is now flirting with tourism, though drinking is forbidden and women can’t drive—or do much of anything—without a man. Armed with moxie and a Burqini,
A tourism project, on a total area of two million square meters is on the way in Al-Ahsa, chairman of the National Tourism Committee at the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC), Abdulateef Al-Afaleq, has said.
Saudi Arabia plans luxury beach resorts on Red Sea
The conservative kingdom says it will transform 50 islands and other sites into luxury destinations.
Saudi Arabia To Develop Tourism On Its Red Sea Coast
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