part of increased security in certain airports, passengers are being
advised to ensure electronic devices in their hand luggage are charged
and on before arriving to the airport. Airports and destinations where
checks are being done has remained unconfirmed by officials, so it's
best to be prepared! Otherwise you may face having to travel without
your devices, and face courier fees to ship them to wherever you are
Meet-ups in Baku
mornings are one of the best ways to meet other expat women when you
are in a country where English is not the mother tongue. It is generally
accepted that expats speak in English in their place of work and coffee
mornings are also a communal environment where women can get together
Clubs and Societies
you new to Hong Kong or looking for a fun activity or to make friends?
We have all the information you need regarding clubs, societies and
associations that you can join to make your stay in Hong Kong fun,
friendly and enjoyable. From sport to gardening, arts to Irish dancing,
there's plenty to join in with!
spending a lot of our time online, blogs have become almost second
nature to regular surfers of the World Wide Web. And as the Kingdom
has a diverse number of people, many who are expats or a Saudi
spouse, there are important contributors that add daily to the
dialogue of living in KSA. Here's our list of our favourite
bloggers based in Saudi Arabia... They make for great reading.
Plus, they always have the best photos.
Eid Al Fitr
The Kingdom has released its dates for Eid for civil
servants, who will be given 12 days off at the end of the Holy
Month of Ramadan. Find out all the information you need here about
Ramadan, Eid, holidays and working hours.
Code of Conduct
MKSA follows Sharia Law, thus the religion of Islam,
as well as conservative customs of Saudi Arabia. These shape the
dress code and code of conduct of the land. These customs are
enforced by the Muttawa.