10 Ways To Recycle and Think Green in Saudi Arabia

How to recycle in Saudi Arabia? This question is often asked by people interested in ways to make life in Saudi more environmentally friendly. Here are 10 easy and simple ways everyone in Saudi Arabia can recycle and conserve the environment. Saudi-Arabia has some beautiful and unique nature and byRead more

Janadriyah Festival Guide

The Janadriyah festival in Riyadh is an annually held cultural heritage festival of Saudi Arabia THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR 2018 schedules and visiting days for men and families. The biggest cultural event of Saudi Arabia, the Janadriyah Cultural heritage festival is just around the corner! InRead more

Top Ten Things To Do At Janadriyah Festival

“Top Ten Things To Do At Janadriyah Festival” is a quick guide and tips on the most interesting things to do in the festival area. The annually held Cultural Heritage festival Janadriyah is undeniably one of the most important cultural events of the year and a must visit for all expatsRead more

The King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in Saudi Arabia

The yearly held King Abdulaziz camel festival in Saudi Arabia in ongoing in the Dahna desert outside Riyadh this January! This is the largest camel festival in the world packed with different kinds of activities and it’s definitely worth the visit! The best thing about it is that’sRead more

15 Activities To Do in Riyadh During The Winter

Winter is here and the weather is just perfect for weekend activities outside Riyadh. There are so many fun things to do during weekends in Riyadh you would not believe it! Here are 15 suggestions of things to do in Riyadh, specifically during the cooler winter months. Most of the listed activitiesRead more

Nofa African Resort Safari and Wildlife Center in Riyadh

You’ve probably heard of Nofa Resorts before and those following me on instagram and snapchat will already be familiar with the residents of Nofa safari park. This is the place where you get to see giraffes in Saudi Arabia! It’s such an incredible sight to see giraffes in the beautifulRead more

5 Things You Didn’t Know about Saudi Aramco

Saudi Aramco is the state-owned oil company of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As the world’s top exporter of crude oil and natural gas liquids, Saudi Aramco’s economic and political influence has been widely note throughout the globe. The petroleum industry has long be synonymous with economicRead more

Perfect Weekend in Al Khobar

Saudi Arabia’s al Khobar city located on the shores of the Arabian Gulf offers many activities and things to do for families on the weekends. The Corniche is the heart and soul of the city and most activities in al Khobar will be found there. Lydia from Our Dreams in Color-blog tells us herRead more

5 Things You Need to Bring With You to Hajj

The Hajj pilgrimage is one of the five pillars of Islam — mandatory for every Muslim that is physically and financially able to make the journey. For centuries, adherents to Islam have traveled from every corner of the earth to fulfill their religious duty. This spiritual exercise takes place overRead more

Maldives Island Getaway for the whole Family

Maldives is often perceived as a romantic honeymoon paradise and might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of family friendly destinations.  I was surprised to find out that the Maldives actually has family friendly resorts where kids can enjoy just as much as the adults. We didRead more

Dear Donald Trump. Welcome to Saudi Arabia!

Warning! This is a satirical article. Readers who do not understand what satire is are advised to stop reading, now. Reader discretion is advised for individuals suffering from the following syndromes: HOFI (Highly offended about everything Individual) EGNOH (Entitled ignorant with no sense ofRead more

You Know It’s Summer In Saudi When..

You know summer has arrived in Saudi Arabia when.. -the second you step outside you feel as if you’ve walked into a convection oven. -you at the same time dread and wish for a gush of wind or even a breeze -that gush of wind feels like someone is blasting the hairdryer on your face on fullRead more