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Saudi Arabia . The current Kingdom was founded by Abdul-Aziz bin Saud, whose efforts began in 1902 when he captured the Al-Saud’s ancestral home of Riyadh, and culminated in 1932 with the proclamation and recognition of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, though its national origins go back as far as 1744 with the establishment of the First Saudi State. Saudi Arabia is the world's leading petroleum exporter. Petroleum exports fuel the Saudi economy. Oil accounts for more than 90 percent of exports and nearly 75 percent of government revenues, facilitating the creation of a welfare state, which the government has found difficult to fund during periods of low oil prices. Saudi Arabia is often called, along with Russia, an energy superpower. Human rights groups such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have repeatedly expressed concern about the state of human rights in Saudi Arabia, although these concerns have been dismissed by the Saudi government.

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Golf in Saudi Arabia - Riyadh
Golf in Saudi Arabia The fascination for Golf in Saudi Arabia has led to the forming of a number of Golf Clubs. Some of these clubs have an international reputation. People living in Saudi Arabia as well as people from across the world can become its members. Tourists who have a penchant for the game are welcome to book their entry into the clubs. They may simply watch others engage in the game or participate in the various golf events organized by the respective clubs. Among the well known golf clubs is the Arizona Golf Resort in Riyadh. Here those tourists, who particularly are interested in staying here for the sake of catching up with the game, can take up lodging. Golf in Saudi Arabia is so much in demand that there are golf fields...

Saudi Arabia: Money & Costs - Riyadh
Saudi Arabia: Money & Costs Saudi Arabia is not a cheap place, but it's possible to travel relatively inexpensively if you put your mind to it. If you're on a rock-bottom budget, expect to spend around US$25 a day. If you'd prefer a little comfort, double that amount. If you want luxury, double it again. Changing travellers' cheques can be a real pain. Many banks and moneychangers either won't take them, will only change brands they sell or will only cash them for account holders. Always carry your original purchase receipt with you, as the few places that change cheques will require it. If you're changing cash, moneychangers will give you a slightly better rate than banks. Saudi Cairo Bank ATMs are linked to the Cirrus and Plus networks. Tips...

Horse Racing in Saudi Arabia - Riyadh
Horse Racing in Saudi Arabia One of the most exciting and invigorating Adventure and Recreation in Saudi Arabia are the Horse race. Saudi Arabia has been noted to produce the finest horses in the world and has come to be seen as the best breeding ground for these graceful creatures. Horses and Saudi Arabia have an ancient connection; initially the horses were used as a means of transport in the region but soon it developed into a sport which is popular throughout the world. Horse Racing in Saudi Arabia has therefore become synonymous to the country's culture and tradition. The Horse Racing in Saudi Arabia is a test of endurance and stamina as these horses are carefully bred and trained. The races are conducted over an extremely difficult and lo...

Saudi keen on strengthening tourism ties among Islamic countries - Riyadh
Saudi keen on strengthening tourism ties among Islamic countries Saudi Arabia is seeking to spearhead tourism among Islamic countries. The secretary-general for the Supreme Commission for Tourism, Prince Sultan bin Salman, has recently helped open the first forum for tourism in Islamic countries. Saudi's Prince Sultan bin Salman, who is also the secretary-general for the Supreme Commission for Tourism (SCT), recently opened the first forum for tourism in Islamic countries, held in Jeddah governorate, along with Saudi Interior Minister Prince Naif bin Abdul-Aziz, who is also the chairman of the SCT board of directors. Prince Sultan shed light on the great economic prestige of the tourism sector at the world level and its role in increasing the economic incomes, raising the...

Camel Racing in Saudi Arabia - Riyadh
Camel Racing in Saudi Arabia If you enjoy all kinds of sporting events then Camel Racing in Saudi Arabia is surely going to interest you. Besides the regular sight seeing, shopping and relishing the Arabian cuisines the Camel Racing in Saudi Arabia forms and important part of the Entertainment in Saudi Arabia and your visit to this desert nation shall not be complete without a visit to the grand Camel Races of the Middle East. Camel Racing at Saudi Arabia is a commercial event along with being a sport. Just as in case of Horse racing, you can lay your bet on your favorite camel, it is indeed an event for betting and also a major tourist attraction in the region. Camel can run at a speed of 64 kilometers per hour in short sprints, while maintain...