The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is situated in Southwest Asia, the largest country of Arabia, by the Arabian Peninsula, bordering the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea, north of Yemen.
Saudi Arabia is opening up to global filmmaking.
Its rich heritage, vibrant culture, and diverse and spendid landscapes, from the mountains of Abha to the beaches of the Red Sea to the shifting sands of the Empty Quarter to vast desert landscapes makes the region as much sort after film location
Agricultural film locations include plantations of palm trees, olive trees, dates, wheat, and barley. The kingdom has no lakes or rivers. As the world’s leading oil exporter, Saudi Arabia is home to many oil facilities.
Film locations are categorised into a number provinces namely Riyadh, Qassim, Ḥaʼil, Al Jawf, Tabuk, Madinah, Al Bahah, Asir, Jizan and Najran. Each of these provinces have a variety of choice film locations covering deserts, agriculture, old forts and castles, rocky mountains, the Red Sea with its impressive underwater sights, Al Wahbah Crater, magnificent mosques, dense forests, the spectacular al-Habala waterfall,oil fields and the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture
Local film fixers can elaborate on all of these film locations and indeed suggest many many more.