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Abha / Khamis Mushayt – the most toured place in Saudi, local and other neighboring country, al Soodah Park is the highest point in the Arabia Peninsula with an elevation exceeding 3000 meters above sea level.
You can take the cable car to Rijal Almaa village. While you are in Abha you can see many attractions site including Habalah Hanging Village, Asir National Park Showroom, Al Soodah, Turkish Fort, Rijal Almaa and its Museum, Bin Hamsan House, Jarash and Khamis Mushayt Gold and Silver souq and the famous Market where goods are being sell by women.


Asir National Park:

In order to preserve the beautiful landscape, flora and fauna of the Asir, the Saudi Government set aside 450,000 hectares of the land and sea in 1976, to form the Asir National Park.


Abha Museum:

Contains many antiques discovered in Asir Region.


Khamis Mushayt:

The sister town of Abha, where traders from outlying district congregate to sell their wares in the weekly market.


Habalah: (Hanging Village / Village of Rope)

The name Habalah comes from Arabic word “habl” meaning “rope”, this tribe had been located by a helicopter out spotting for mining research center, at the foot of perilous rift.

Why has a place of such difficult access been chosen? – The official account, according to which a clan of the Qahtan tribe had fled the Turks years before and taken refuge in this perilous eerie.


A World of Builders:

The area around Abha is unique for its solidly built mud houses. The slight graduation from on layer to the next gives these houses the overall impression of truncated pyramids. Foundations are usually stones.

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