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Saudi Arabia encompasses most of the Arabian Peninsula, and is a land of astonishing natural beauty with Red Sea and Persian Gulf coastlines.

The spiritual home and birthplace of Islam, Saudi Arabia offers a wealth of attractions and stirring symbolism


Al Ahsa is part of the region known historically as Al Bahrain, a traditional oasis region in eastern Saudi Arabia. Recently nominated as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, due to its abundance of water in an otherwise arid region.

As well as a place of historic significance, Al Ahsa has lots of modernity. Saudi Aramco is the state-owned oil company of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and a fully integrated, global petroleum and chemicals enterprise.

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Aramco has a large unit in Ahsa which also features many medical facilities including a hospital.

The neighbouring city of Al Hofuf is a major urban centre in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. Known for its old souks, palaces and producing of dates. The Al Ahsa Mall is very popular with neighbouring Qatar residents.

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General Manager, recommends:

“The beautiful Jawatha Mosque was the earliest mosque built in east Arabia and most of the original structure is in ruins, but it’s very peaceful and still used for prayer. I’d recommend paying a visit to Al-Mulla House as well. The stunning King Abdulla Park is worth a visit, as a large recreation and nature area, while the Ibrahim Palace nearby is a spot of impressive cultural significance.  Of course I must say the Coral Al Ahsa Hotel has an array of great menu choices including Thursdays’ Shrimp and Crabs and Fridays’ Oriental Food and Mixed Grill, for delicious dining.”


Take a journey to Al Jubail to discover the largest industrial city in the Middle East, not to mention in the world. It is home to a number of large industries, most notably SABIC and a booming market place known as the International Market

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The Picnic Zone is situated to the West of the industrial zone, it is an invaluable recreation area to the city and includes many verdant sites, playgrounds and facilities for water sports. Meanwhile, Al Batwah Island is affiliated with the industrial city and features fishing sites, a marina and a zoo. If you are visiting on business or are interested in the Industrial Zone, it boasts nineteen main factories with 136 ancillary installations. They are producers of steel, aluminium, plastic and fertilizers. The Industrial Zone area spans more than eighty kilometres.

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Hany Mahran, General Manager, recommends

While you are in your business trip in Jubail, you have to give your self-time to discover jubail beautiful side. Between the crowd of factories and companies , there are a lot of nice areas to visit , Old Fish Market, Nakheel Beach, Fanateer cornice, Abu Ali Island.

Hany Mahran


Jeddah Destination

Jeddah is one of Saudi Arabia's primary resort cities and is widely perceived as the most liberal city in Saudi Arabia and is a popular tourist destination in the region. Indeed, the city’s unofficial motto is “Jeddah ghair,” or “Jeddah’s different.”

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As the second-largest city in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah is home to a variety of amazing museums and historical landmarks, but it is also famous for its modern attractions – and an astonishing number of Guinness World Records!

Plan a trip to Jeddah a huge city that sprawls along the coast of the Red Sea, connected by the Corniche, a seaside avenue full of bizarre sculptures and nearly 30 km long. The richness of the Red Sea waters can be admired directly from the shore where reefs are home of colorful corals and fish. Obhur on the north of Jeddah is famous among divers for its resorts with private beaches and its dive center.

Pilgrimage Terminal at Jeddah Airport

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King Fahad’s Fountain - Visible from across the city, King Fahd’s Fountain is a much-loved Jeddah landmark, rising against the backdrop of the Red Sea. At 312-meters high, it is the tallest fountain in the world, sending plumes of water shooting skywards at speeds of more than 350kph.

The fountain is at its best after dark, when hundreds of colored lights illuminate the arc of water as it soars spectacularly against the night sky. It’s at this time you’ll find groups of onlookers gathered along the waterfront, watching mesmerized as the fall of water cascades down to the sea below.

Coral Jubail Hotel
Exit 8, King Faisal West,
PO Box 10540, Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia