International removal to Saudi Arabia
Moving to Saudi Arabia
Are you living in another country and want to move to Saudi Arabia? At Mudinmar, we have been offering international moving services and moving people and families to any part of the world for more than 30 years.
Our team of international movers, will answer your questions about the requirements to enter your furniture moving to Saudi Arabia. We will also put you in contact with experts in international mobility, in case you wish to receive advice on how to apply for your visa or work visa in Saudi Arabia if you are moving.
Moving services to Saudi Arabia
These are the services we provide for international removals to Saudi Arabia:
- Collection of the move from the home of origin.
- Packing of furniture, household goods and household goods for their safe transportation.
- Door to door transportation from your residence to your next home in Saudi Arabia.
- Delivery of the move to the destination property in Saudi Arabia.
- Support with obtaining the necessary documents for the international move to Saudi Arabia.
- Personalised customer service by our team specialised in international removals.
More services for your move to Saudi Arabia
At Mudinmar, we know that moving is much more than moving furniture, it is moving a whole life. That’s why we want to make your international move to Saudi Arabia easier with these services.
- International vehicle transportation to Saudi Arabia.
- International transport of pets to Saudi Arabia
- International relocation of works of art to Saudi Arabia
International removal services
Looking at other international destinations besides Saudi Arabia to make your move? We can help you move to Saudi Arabia from anywhere in the world.
Request a quote now for your move to Saudi Arabia or any other international destination you wish to relocate. As soon as possible, we will send you an email with your free international moving quote, so you can know in advance all the details of your international move: Moving time, estimated price, moving information…
Cities in Saudi Arabia to which we carry removals
At Mudinmar we carry out removals to the main cities in Saudi Arabia:
- International removals to Yauf
- International removals to Tabuk
- International removals to Hail
- International removals to Casim
- International removals to Mecca
- International removals to Riyadh
Do you want to know if we also do removals to another city in Saudi Arabia that is not listed? Fill in our web form with the destination address and receive an answer together with your free international moving quote.
Information of Interest on your move to Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is a Middle Eastern monarchy on the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by Jordan to the northwest, Iraq to the northeast, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and the Persian Gulf to the east, the Red Sea to the west, Oman and Yemen to the south, and is connected to the Kingdom of Bahrain via the King Fahd Causeway.
It covers an area of more than 2 million km2 and, according to 2012 data, has a population of almost 30 million.
Economy in Saudi Arabia
Its global oil exports – it is the world’s largest exporter of crude oil – have made it one of the world’s top 20 economies. Other important industries in the Saudi economy are the cemetery and steel manufacturing industries.
Climate in Saudi Arabia
With the exception of the province of Asir, Saudi Arabia is characterised by a desert climate, i.e. high temperatures during the day and sharp drops at night. In some territories, temperatures can reach almost 50°C, while minimums are usually in the 20-29°C range.
Saudi Arabian gastronomy and culture
Lamb is the most commonly eaten dish in Saudi Arabia, usually accompanied by aromatic herbs and vegetables. Also worth mentioning is falafel, a typical dish consisting of a kind of croquette made with beans and chickpeas. Due to the prohibitions of the Koran, both pork and alcohol are totally forbidden throughout the country.
In terms of culture, the two most important museums in the country are the National Museum in Riyadh and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jeddah. Architecturally speaking, it is worth mentioning the modern skyscrapers that populate the big cities, such as the Kingdom Centre, located in Riyadh, which is 302 metres high, or the Makkah Roya Clock Tower Hotel, located in Mecca, which is the tallest in the country at 601 metres high.
Transport in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia has a road network of more than 200 000 km, although only a quarter of it is paved. Cars are the most commonly used mode of transport, not least because of the low price of fuel, and because other modes such as rail only connect the capital to major towns. Saudi Arabia also has 4 ports, 10 heliports and more than 200 airports, although only 80 have paved runways. The most important airports are King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah – with more than 17 million passengers a year – and King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh – with more than 13 million. The country’s main airline is Saudi Arabian Airlines, which serves some of the world’s major international airports in Africa, Asia, Europe and the United States.