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.
common thing for expats to return to their home countries during
the summer, or even take extended vacations while the weather is
too hot. Here we've got some helpful advice on how to make sure
you're organised and ready to go away, while ensuring your home
is kept safe and secure.
As part of new safety regulations at certain
airports, passengers are being advised to arrive at the airport
with electronic devices charged and working - otherwise you could
face flying without them and paying courier fees yourself!
Flying with Kids
If you're travelling as a family, we've got
some advice here for you to make way for a smooth
journey. Whether toddler, child or teen, we've got some tips
on how to keep them entertained and happy so everyone's