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Saudi Arabia may not have Maldives’ water temperature but in a Middle Eastern geographic location it has a lot to offer especially expats living here. To sum up, I researched nearby spots that you can go as a traveler.

I don’t need to spend a lot of money travelling here so spending is something that needs serious financial consideration.

These destinations are best accessed with your own vehicle-there is no public transportation to Al Baha, and taxi cabs are infrequent.

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I don’t do couch surfing in Saudi Arabia for security purposes. I may say Couch surfing is not really popular in Saudi Arabia. Since my goal is to travel forever even without so much money, I make it decide and to make it happen!

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I got my best friend Khawar who has been my travel buddy wherever I go. Travelling in  Al Aqiq is more fun than sleeping in my room for the whole day.

Okay, we went to Al Aqiq which we visited  a  dam and do fishing. Al Aqiq is located in Al Baha City of Saudi Arabia where the Airport is also located.

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Alright, Al Baha is a cold climate and I dare you to bring sweater and protective suits against the weather.

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Al Baha City is one of the remote spots that is usually underrated. You can also explore hidden highlands that you may not think that is existed particularly on villages. I felt there is so much history on this city, each houses has stories to tell, each silhouette has smile to show.

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Hafiz is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Travel with Hafiz. He is an expat turned travel blogger, self-taught photographer and digital entrepreneur. He speaks Spanish, Arabic, and Filipino.
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Hafiz is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Travel with Hafiz. He is an expat turned travel blogger, self-taught photographer and digital entrepreneur. He speaks Spanish, Arabic, and Filipino.

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