Tabuk (Arabic: تبوك Tabūk), also spelled Tabouk, is the capital city of the Tabuk Region in northwestern Saudi Arabia. It has a population of 534,893 (2010 census). It is close to the Jordan–Saudi Arabia border, and houses the largest air force base in Saudi Arabia.
Al-Bahah Museum for Antiquities and National Heritage The museum, created by the Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage (SCTH), is located in the city of Baha and highlights the cultural and historical dimension of the area, besides providing community education and awareness.
Dhee Ayn or, as it is also known, Aqabat al-Baha, is visible for several kilometers as one approaches the village. Even from a distance the place can easily be located by the white glow it surrounds. The houses of the village itself are not made of marble, but of flake stones and slate.
Thi Ain Ancient Village (Qoryah Dzi 'Ain al-Atsariyyah) Desa Dzi 'Ain adalah sebuah perkampungan kuno yang terletak 20 km dari Al-Makhwah, dan 24 km dari kota Al-Bahah, Provinsi Al-Bahah Arab Saudi. Desa ini berumur lebih dari 400 tahun dan dibangun diatas sebuah gunung yang disebut dengan nama gunung putih.