Hi there! In our annual Ramadan blog series, the W7Worldwide team return to you with a series of informative posts about the celebration of the holy month in the southern region of Saudi Arabia, which is a place full of stunning sceneries and beautiful weather, as well as diverse natural resources, dialects and architecture that is characteristic of its rich heritage.

We started our Ramadan series with the eastern region (to read the blogs, click here), followed by the central region (to read the blogs, click here), followed by the western region (to read the blogs, click here), and this year, we will spotlight the most prominent habits practised in the month of communication in the Kingdom’s southern region

The southern region includes four main cities: Al-Baha, Asir, Najran, and Jazan, by the Red Sea and adjacent to Yemen. The region features many historical and archaeological sites, as well as ancient scripts. These cities are home to some of the most beautiful resorts that are open to tourists from both inside and outside Saudi Arabia, its valleys, waterfalls and forests being among the best places to explore in the Kingdom.

The Ramadan series will be divided into a number of topics, each of which will be released on days numbered 7 of the holy month. This will be as follows:

  • Day 7: 7 special dishes from the Ramadan table in the southern region

  • Day 17: 3 habits of Ramadan communication in the southern region

  • Day 27: 7 special routines of the people of the south in Ramadan.

  • The Seventh-day of Shawwal: Social engagement and feasting in the southern region.

We hope you will join us on this informative and exciting journey in the holy month. We wish you a very blessed Ramadan