Tourism in Tabuk

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It is one of the cities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and is located geographically in the northern side of it, and Tabuk is the northern gate of the Arabian Peninsula, as it is considered a path for pilgrims and pilgrims, and its population reaches 569.797 thousand people, according to statistics in 2010 AD, and its economy depends on each of the agricultural sector, Commercial, industrial and touristic.

Some of its governorates are: Tayma, Haql, Al Wajh, Al Bada, and Duba, and its neighborhoods are Al-Aziziyah Al Jadida, Al-Masif, Al-Faisaliah Al-Shamalia, Al-Qadisiyah, Al-Nuzha Industrial, Al-Akhdar, Al-Rawda, and Cordoba.

Tourism in Tabuk

Among the tourist, archeological and historical places in the city:

  • Prince Fahd bin Sultan Park.
  • The archaeological castle of Tabuk, which was built in the year 1559 AD during the rule of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, and some amendments were made in the year 1653 AD during the days of Sultan Muhammad IV’s rule. The castle consists of two floors, and it is also considered a major stop for the pilgrims route from the Levant to Medina.
  • Sugar Eye, one of the blessed water eyes used in the battle of Tabuk.
  • Allow Garden.
  • Al-Tawbah Mosque, whose construction dates back to the Battle of Tabuk in the ninth year of migration.
  • Tabuk Center.
  • Abu Realin market.
  • The Hejaz railway station, which was established in the year 1900 AD by Sultan Abdul Hamid II, is a railway linking Damascus and Medina.
  • Al Quf Beach.
  • The Kanani Heritage Museum, which contains two large halls displaying manuscripts, heritage pens, currencies, documents, women’s and leather garments, copper housewares, watches, mummies, jewelry and war weapons.
  • Amwaj Park, which is one of the most famous parks in the city, and which includes a ski hall, restaurant and café.
  • Al-Sanabel Mall.
  • The Tabuk Museum, which was built in the year 2004 AD, the museum displays the stages of the history of Tabuk, and the museum is divided into a heritage exhibition hall, a hall to display the history of Tabuk from the stone ages to the pre-Islamic era, the Hall of Natural Geological History, and the exhibition hall for pottery, jewelry, minerals and jewelry.
  • Tabuk Coast diving, which offers scuba diving.
  • Prince Sultan Cultural Center has a theater that can accommodate two thousand and five hundred viewers. The center offers theatrical performances, cinematography, symposia and conferences.
  • King Khalid Sports City, which contains a stadium accommodating twenty-five thousand viewers.

general information

  • Among the most important crops in Tabuk: flowers and roses, wheat, and fruit.
  • Tabuk is astronomically located on a latitude of 36 degrees 65 minutes north of the equator, and at a latitude of 28 degrees 49 minutes east of the Greenwich line.
  • Among the city’s markets: Tabuk Central Market, Citymax, Grand Plaza Complex, Al Haram Plaza, Milagro Boutique Mall, and Al Sanabel.

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