Arabic food and Arab hospitality can be somewhat of an overwhelming experience to first timers. My advice to anyone invited to a good old-fashioned Arabic meal is simply to wear loose fitting clothes. For, Arabic food is flavorful, diverse, and plentiful, but above all it will be offered to you relentlessly by your hosts. Even when there are no more buttons to unbutton, the offers to eat just a bit more keep coming.

For Arabs, hospitality lies at the heart of who they are. How well one treats his guests is a direct measurement of what kind of a person she or he is. Hospitality is among the most highly admired of virtues. Indeed, families judge themselves and each other according to the amount of generosity they bestow upon their guests when they entertain. Whether one's guests are relatives, friends, neighbors, or relative strangers, they are welcomed into the home and to the dinner table with much the same kindness and generosity. Arabic meals are more often a festive, warm and casual experience than they are formal. The guests are made to feel right at home, and to sample everything offered. In fact, most Arab hosts feel that they are failing in their role as host if their guests have not only tried all courses of the meal, but have also eaten more than is normally comfortable. The importance of hospitality to guests is something a visitor to an Arab home must understand. For the visitor who does not overeat may be seen by the host as a guest who is not showing proper appreciation. Again, this would cause the cook and/or host to feel that he or she is not fulfilling their duty.

Here in the "Baity" Package, you are invited to be our guest and experience the Saudi home.

One of the first things that one may notice while visiting an Arab country is the mosques and their regular beacon for the Muslim prayer which is rendered five times a day throughout their lives. With the mosque tour, we give you the opportunity to step inside three of Jeddah's largest mosques.


With the mosque tour, we give you the opportunity to step inside three of Jeddah's largest mosques. King Saud Mosque, Ar Rahmah Mosque on the Cornish and the Mosque of the Custodian of the two Holy Mosques are all well-known iconic Mosques of Jeddah.


The Jeddah Cultural Exchange Company is your gateway to Saudi Arabia's cultural diversity. With its non-conventional methods and through its unique approach, the Cultural Exchange Center fosters access to and participation in Saudi Arabia's cultural heritage.


Drop us a line or give us a ring. We love to hear about your experience and are happy to answer any questions.

Address : 3787 Al Fadl St from Arafat، Jeddah 21491 , Saudi Arabia

Hotline : +96626637191

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