11 Things You Shouldn’t Do in Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia is very strict pagdating sa mga tradition at cultural values nila. And it is only right for other nationalities to respect and follow the laws and rules implemented in the country.
Para maiwasan ang problema, it is important for OFWs in Saudi to take note of the things they shouldn’t do in the country.

This OFW blog post will help you remember the things you shouldn’t do in Saudi Arabia:
Wearing indecent clothes in public places.

Women are not allowed to enter and dine in restaurants alone. They should be accompanied by their husband or a male family member.

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Women are not allowed to drive.

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Taking photos of mosques, government buildings, military bases, palaces, and people without permission. Do not even point a camera in the direction of women. 

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A man and a woman should not be together in a room unless they are married.

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Public display of affection is not allowed, even with your spouse.

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Non-Muslims are off-limits at mosques.

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Carrying and using of illegal drugs is a big NO.

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Bringing religious items like a bible, rosary, etc. NOT allowed.  

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Drinking and smoking in public is a no, no!

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Gambling and owning of pornographic materials.

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