• Tabuk region is a major destination for marine tourism with many beaches and coasts. Its amazing desert nature, unique locations, and cultural heritage landmarks provide a mix of adventure and leisure tourism for the visitor.

 Tabuk City

This is the home of the sea, the snow, the magnificent coastline, sunny islands with luxurious coral reefs. Tabuk is also home to several tourism sites, including Maliha, Mu’edhim Castle, Sheq, Sukkar Springs, Mguena Beach, Kiyal Valley, Ancient Castle, Snafer Islad and Ras Al Sheikh Humaid.​

 Tabuk and its Surroundings


    Al Wadi Al Akhdar in the Hejaz offers a bird garden and waterfalls and displys of old cars, archeological antiquities utensils, weapons and photos of the Hejaz railway. ​​
    Al Wadi Al Akhdar Museum
    Housed in a recently restored building in the King Abdulaziz Historical District in Riyadh, the museum consists of living room, courtyard water well; kitchen and majlis. Visitor can try traditional dress and take photos anywhere inside the building.
    Tabuk Museum, housed in the city’s Ottoman castle, specializes in material about Tabuk from Islamic historical and geographical sources from the Prophet's age to the Umayyad, Abbasid, Ottoman, and modern ages.
    Castle Tabuk Museum


 Shopping Centers


    The traditional dishes vary in Tabuk from place to place depending on the different cultural environments. Tabuk city has cuisines different from its villages. Also, there are cuisines specific to the coastal cities of Tabuk region.

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