List of cities and towns in Saudi Arabia

This is a list of cities and towns in Saudi Arabia.


Largest Cities Of Saudi Arabia

Cities Of Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia

Map Of Saudi Arabia
City name Population Information
Al-Abwa
Al Artaweeiyah
Al-Hasa beautiful and historical city B
Badr
Baljurashi
Bisha
Bareg + 50,000
Buraydah 505,000 Capital and largest city of Al Qasim Province
Al Bahah Capital Al Bahah Province
Buq a
D
Dammam + 2,054,710 Main seaport on Persian Gulf, capital of Eastern Province
Dhahran A part Of Dammam
Dhurma
Dahaban +96,000
Diriyah Capital of the First Saudi State
Duba
Dumat Al-Jandal
Dawadmi
F
Farasan city
G
Gatgat
Gerrha
Gurayat
Al-Gwei'iyyah
H
Hautat Sudair Capital of Sudair
Habala
Hajrah
Haql
Al-Hareeq 11,000
Harmah
Ha'il Capital of Ha'il Province
Hotat Bani Tamim 36,000
Hofuf +334,000 (1997) A Part Of Al-Hasa [Very Historical City]
Huraymila
Hafr Al-Batin +338,636 (2005) Largest city in the North-East of Saudi Arabia
J
Jabal Umm al Ru'us
Jalajil
Al Jawf Capital of Al Jawf Province
Jeddah + 3,600,000 Second largest city, main seaport on Red Sea
Jizan Capital of Jizan Province
Jizan Economic City
Jubail +230,500 (2014) Middle East's largest and World's 4th largest petrochemical company.
Al Jafer +12,000 (1997)
K
Khafji +60,975 (2005) A City Of Dammam Province
Khaybar
King Abdullah Economic City Very Beautiful City With Tall Sky Skrapers Al Kharj
Knowledge Economic City , Medina
Khobar +455,541 (2005) A Part Of Dammam
Al-Khutt
L
Layla
Lihyan
Al Lith
M
Al Majma'ah 45,000+
Mastoorah
Al Mikhwah
Al-Mubarraz 550,000
Al Mawain
Mecca + 1,700,000 The world
Medina + 1,300,000 Second best and holiest city of the world
Muzahmiyya 100,000 20 miles west of Riyadh, known for its fancy large farms and resorts.
N
Najran Capital of Najran Province
Al-Namas +47,783 (2005) Mainly containing the Shehri (Bani Shehr) and the Amri (Bani Amr) tribes
O
Omloj
Al-Omran +49,000 (1997) Including Al-Huta, Al-Rumailah, Northern & Southern Al-Omran, Ghomsi and other villages belonging to it
Al-Oyoon +33,000 (1997)
Q
Qadeimah
Qatif +474,573 (2005) Eastern Province
Qaisumah +20,887 (2005)
Al Qunfudhah
R
Rabigh
Rafha Northern Border Province
Ar Rass 116,164 (2005) Largest city in Al-Qassim Province by area and third largest by population
Ras Tanura +43,338 (2005) Eastern Province
Riyadh 6,700,000 Capital city, largest city, largest population, capital of Al Riyadh Province, capital of the Second Saudi State
Riyadh Al-Khabra 69,690 Famous historical city best known for trading and goods exchange
Rumailah +10,000(2006) Small and very famous village in Hasa
S
Sabt Al Alaya
Saihat +70,000 (2005)
Safwa city
Sakakah 5,000,000
Sharurah 150,000
Shaqraa
Shaybah
As Sulayyil
T
Taif 700,000
Tabuk 730,000 Capital of Tabuk Province
Tanomah 40,000
Tarout
Tayma
Thadiq
Thuwal
Thuqbah
Turaif
U
Udhailiyah
Al-`Ula
Um Al-Sahek
Unaizah 138,351 Second largest city in Al-Qassim Province (according to 2005 census)
Uqair
'Uyayna
Uyun AlJiwa 26,544
W
Wadi Al-Dawasir
Al Wajh
Y
Yanbu industrial city
Z
Az Zaimah
Zulfi

References

  • Central Department of Statistics and Informations (Arabic)
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