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Explore Al Baha - Your New Winter Getaway!

A trip to Al Baha is a trip to another Saudi Arabia. This high-altitude city in the Hijaz region is a location of storied towers, verdant forests, and winding valleys in a nation that is frequently defined by ochre desert. The city, which is located 2,500 meters above sea level and has comfortable temperatures, is a great area to go hiking, have a picnic, or camp.

A bustling souq and 1,001 stone qasbah lookout towers constructed by the ancient Zahran and Ghamid tribes helped the region develop a distinct cultural character. There are more than 40 forests around the city, which may be found if you travel outside of the city over twisting mountain bends and past pomegranate and apricot orchards.


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Top Historical Attractions In Al Baha

Al Baha Historical Villages

Bin Raqoush Palace is located in the village of Bani Saar north of the city of Al-Baha. It was built in 1833.It includes five large houses, a tribal council, a mosque, a water well, three courtyards, a school, and a stable for horses.

Regional Museum for Antiques

Al-Baha Regional Museum of Antiquities and Heritage was built in a modern architectural style, with four floors and eight halls, on an area of ​​9,000 square meters next to Raghadan Tourist Village.

Al Malad Castle

Al Malad Castle, aka Twin Fortresses, is a prominent feature of the heritage in Al-Baha Province. It is a twin fortress located in the historic village of Al Malad, atop a hill that lies on the commercial road leading to Asir.

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