Makkah and Al Madinah:
Islam’s two holiest cities, are located in Saudi Arabia.
Is the birthplace of the prophet Mohammed - peace be upon him - and the focal point of annual Hajj, the Islamic pilgrimage in which almost three million Muslims from all over the world participate every year.
Is the city where the prophet Mohammed
- peace be upon him - migrated and lived.
Is the capital city of Saudi Arabia located in the central province of the kingdom. It is also the high-tech center of modern Saudi Arabia and the location of headquarters of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Located along the eastern coast of the Red Sea and it is the commercial capital of Saudi Arabia, and serves as an entrance to the rest of the peninsula. Jeddah’s ports hence become the main thoroughfares of trade.
Jubail and Yanbu:
The twin cities of Jubail and Yanbu are a symbol of the government's vision of Saudi Arabia's future development.
Lies on the Arabian gulf in the eastern province of the kingdom. It is located 80 kilometers north of Al Dammam, and is an ancient center, and caravan junction famous for pearling. It has the world’s largest petrochemical complex.
Is located on the east coast of the Red Sea about 350 kilometers northwest of Jeddah. It hosts the Directorate General of the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu. It is a typical industrial fortress and a art work of architectural engineering.
Al Dammam, is very important port city located on the east coast of Saudi Arabia. Al Dammam port is the largest port of the Arabian gulf and the King Fahd International Airport is located northwest of the city.