Riyadh, SA

Anywhere adventurous i could go to?
No normiegay areas.

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Anywhere adventurous i could go to?
    not without either (a) knowing someone reasonably senior in a foreign government or oil company etc who lives in a gated expat community or (b) being a reasonably attractive white girl who doesn't mind being sexually humiliated
    >No normiegay areas.
    you are a "normiegay".

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Clearly “adventurous” means group sex to u, so keep ur sodomite ideas to yourself next time

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm currently in Dammam, SA, and dude... it's a cultural wasteland here. No fun to be had at all. The city is in ruins, dilapitation everywhere, stinking garbage everywhere, It's an awful, awful place, and I cannot wait to leave. No grass, nobody sitting outside talking and laughing. No kids running around playing. These people have managed to create the very antithesis of a habitable society.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most interesting post on SighSee rn. I am assuming you are teaching ESL. Any good sides? Flip mains to bang, for example. Fat tax-free salary? Good food?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'm here on a long business trip. I'm European and I work in the oil industry. So I can't answer any of your questions about taxes, and I don't know what ESL means, nor what "flip mains to bang" means.

        Well you know this city has apparently grown at a ridiculous rate. It seems there were only some hundred people here like 70 years ago, then it just exploded to 2M now. And it shows, because there is no rhyme or reason to any of the construction. You've got a store selling tyres next to a restaurant next to a hair dresser. All by noisy roads. Nobody walks because the city is too spread out, it's way too hot, and it just stinks everywhere. People always drive. Wild cats are all over the place, nobody takes care of them. There's nobody doing any maintenance, so everything is falling apart, tiles missing, walls chipping, fences fallen down. No maintenance. It's partially the heat, I'm sure. In fact, I was so struck by the decrepitude of the city when I got here, I googled whether SA had plans to abandon the city and make a new one. The country is a dictatorship - they can do that. But got no hits. Apparently, they are content with it. It's bizarre.

        The food is alright. But you'd better like Arabic and Indian food. There are a TON of Indians here. I don't have too high requirements to food.

        You have to understand, this place got their first cinemas 4 years ago. They have no experience with the concept of personal liberty or fun. There is no fun to be had. I can't stress this enough. If I was offered to stay for like 2 years, I would have to ask my pay to be at least doubled. I can't live like this. This is not a place for humans. There are town with 10k people in them in my home country with significantly more activities and pleasure than this place.

        I thought Muscat, Oman was bad, but now I see that Muscat is a vibrant place compared to this.

        NB: I have never been to Riyadh, I do expect that place to have more life and more care put into it than Dammam.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I meant are there any filipana ladies to have intercourse with? Can you have sex at all there? Most conservative Muslim countries I've been to the Arab men want gay sex all the time
          >no homo
          Sounds absolutely grim. How do you spend your time? Are you making a ton of money at least?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Well I'm an engineer. I get bonuses for being away from home, so I make about double what I would at home. I am going home soon though, thankfully.

            How would you meet these women? Nobody is going out. There is no "out". If you did manage to meet one, nobody would stop you having sex, just go to your hotel room or whatever. I haven't seen any religious police or anything. People leave me alone. So I could make that happen. But I am a married man, so... There aren't too many philippinos here. Mostly people from India, Bangladesh and some Nepalese.

            I spend my time working, reading, swimming, and some walking, but when I walk around the heat is such that I sweat like a beast, and I have to do so much laundry, so mostly I do the things above.

            You know (let me continue my anti-SA ramblings), they have a large beach here. It's on the coast. NOBODY's using it. Nobody is scuba diving. There are no souvenir shops. Not that such shops are too useful, I just want a Saudi coffee mug, but it just shows - the place is not built for tourism, it's not even built for humans to thrive. They drive to the mosque, they drive to the store, they drive to buy watches and israeliteelry, they drive home. End of list. That's the extent of their lives. And Indians do all the work.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Sounds like absolute hell on earth.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              I live in dammam and work in an Oil Company as well, how old are you anon? I can show you around here

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Thank you kindly for the offer, but I am leaving soon and I want to stay anonymous, and I would never meet anyone from SighSee 😀 I do appreciate it though.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Thank you kindly for the offer, but I am leaving soon and I want to stay anonymous, and I would never meet anyone from SighSee 😀 I do appreciate it though.
                Heh. Almost got you.
                >t. Saudi State Intelligence

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            i spent a year in riyadh recently because they doubled my salary… i would never do it again. should also mention i was one of the lucky ones that fell in with a good expat group who made their own alcohol + one connection to the irish embassy’s smuggling ring

            weird that there are filipinos everywhere (every retail/food service/important job) and i never interacted with them in a social sense… all seemed like good people and were treated by the locals as absolute trash. important to note the locals get a stipend from the king to not revolt, so no saudi HAS to work, and the ones that do don’t care if they do a good job. as other anon mentioned, lots of respectable people from the indian subcontinent that mostly stick to their own communities
            i could do a whole different rant about the social scene among westerners but it’s not that different from any other country, just more b***hing in general about the weather/gov’t/shitty food

            Sounds like absolute hell on earth.

            yes

            I hear the desert has lots of pretty sand dunes

            yea i went camping, off-roading, and dune buggy-ing a few times

            Thank you kindly for the offer, but I am leaving soon and I want to stay anonymous, and I would never meet anyone from SighSee 😀 I do appreciate it though.

            never abroad, but i’ve met up with a lot of gr8 anons and i’m sure you’re gr8 too

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >important to note the locals get a stipend from the king to not revolt, so no saudi HAS to work, and the ones that do don’t care if they do a good job.

              I wish this was true but it's absolute horseshit, I have to wake up at 5am and work to 5pm. I also lost my job due to covid despite working my ass off, and had to find another job

              I really wish to onow where the people that paddle that kind of shit get their information from because I see it all the time online, and just like you they say it with confidence as if it was true, but for some reason can hear how stupid they sound. Do you really think what you just mentioned is a viable way to run a government?

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Not saying you are or not, but you are seen around the world as being incredibly idle, materialistic and arrogant with a huge superiority complex.
                Please provide your side

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                very interesting i’ve never actually heard this side of it… it was one of those things that everyone who had been there longer than me said and the evidence supported them so i believed it
                >viable way to run a country
                i was able to see a lot of foreigners doing what i would have expected to be “citizen-only” jobs, also i had my mind properly boggled at the sheer amount of money the country makes from oil so i just figured it made sense to outsource everything lol
                also interested to hear your side

                >connection to the irish embassy’s smuggling ring
                sounds like a fun time, are you sure you're so bored anon?

                rose colored glasses looking into the past, but yes. it was terrible and sometimes i need to remind myself of that because i’m prone to do something like that again on a whim haha

                >a whole different rant about the social scene among westerners
                Please indulge us

                i’ll put together a proper post later have a big train ride coming up

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >the evidence supported them so i believed it
                Lol, can you please elaborate, what are the evidence and the citizen only jobs? I know a lot of exapts live in gated communities but it seems like they really live in a world of their own

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >can you please elaborate
                no

                Also forgot Red Sand Dunes and Salam park

                love me red sand dunes

                >SA
                literally one of the most sterile, boring piece of shit countries on this planet
                the most 'adventurous' it gets are foreigner compound parties, but if you're just passing through you won't be invited unless you are a novelty or ridiculously good looking/wealthy
                the compound parties are what they sound like
                you have the party inside the compound where some homosexual islam police won't arrest you for drinking

                this basically sums up my feelings towards the western expat community social life… felt like high school trying to do sneaky drinking and also the drama holy moly. any WACKY stories that came out of my time there with women/alcohol/adventure could be told by a high schooler with a 4x4. this was my first real immersion into an expat community so i didn’t know most of it was par for the course all over the world, but i just remember the overwhelming feeling of “these people suck and i hope i don’t end up like them but also they’re my only friends here.” it’s why i ended up moving back home… i saw my future self living their lives in cool and exotic places with a huge salary and completely unhappy. grateful for my time spent abroad (especially the other countries i was in) but happily boring and engaged (for) now

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >a whole different rant about the social scene among westerners
              Please indulge us

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >connection to the irish embassy’s smuggling ring
              sounds like a fun time, are you sure you're so bored anon?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >and I don't know what ESL means, nor what "flip mains to bang" means.
          ESL means "english as a second language" also called TEFL "teaching english as a foreign language" he was just asking if you're an english teacher. Flip mains to bang means he's asking if you've made a filipina girlfriend. There's a lot of filipinas working as maids in places like UAE, not sure about KSA.
          As far as where to find them I think apps are popular and it has to be easy with bored foreigners used to a more entertaining society.
          >But you'd better like Arabic and Indian food.
          I love indian food. Pajeets only contribution to the world.

          Well I'm an engineer. I get bonuses for being away from home, so I make about double what I would at home. I am going home soon though, thankfully.

          How would you meet these women? Nobody is going out. There is no "out". If you did manage to meet one, nobody would stop you having sex, just go to your hotel room or whatever. I haven't seen any religious police or anything. People leave me alone. So I could make that happen. But I am a married man, so... There aren't too many philippinos here. Mostly people from India, Bangladesh and some Nepalese.

          I spend my time working, reading, swimming, and some walking, but when I walk around the heat is such that I sweat like a beast, and I have to do so much laundry, so mostly I do the things above.

          You know (let me continue my anti-SA ramblings), they have a large beach here. It's on the coast. NOBODY's using it. Nobody is scuba diving. There are no souvenir shops. Not that such shops are too useful, I just want a Saudi coffee mug, but it just shows - the place is not built for tourism, it's not even built for humans to thrive. They drive to the mosque, they drive to the store, they drive to buy watches and israeliteelry, they drive home. End of list. That's the extent of their lives. And Indians do all the work.

          > they have a large beach here. It's on the coast. NOBODY's using it.
          That sounds very nice. I mean, yeah its shitty the Saudis have no reverence for the nice things about their own country but I'd go there every day. I love untouristed, uncrowded beaches.
          >the place is not built for tourism
          Saudi Arabia didn't even allow tourism until just a few years ago when they started lightening up on their bullshit. They didn't have a visa category for "tourist" only working in there or religious pilgrim. Some people got transit visas as a way to visit saying they were going from Egypt to Bahrain or something but considering the pace Saudis do things I don't expect the country to have much tourism for a while. Now, if I were there, what I'd really want to take home is something from the bedouin community like the copper ware and textiles they make (if they still do this).

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Anywhere adventurous i could go to?
    The DQ (Diplomatic Quarter)
    Spent the whole day exploring there last year.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I said no normiegay areas, so places where people gather to compete on who can be the top NPC isn’t what i want. I’m looking for more of an urbex and something with less people or no people at all since i hate people

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        When I went there I barely saw anybody except workers, and I didn't explore any of the residential parts, only the jungle parts.

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hear the desert has lots of pretty sand dunes

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I hear the desert has lots of pretty sand dunes
      Area around Al Ula is very beautiful..

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Hmm. Not sure if that counts as beautiful anonn

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I am from Riyadh

    Define what you mean by normigay and I might be able to help

    The city is moslt cafes, restaurants, malls, and the boulevard.
    You can go to the desert, or the old downtown markets if that's your thing.

    You should've been here during the national day celebration

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >cafes, restaurants, malls, and the boulevard.
      >national day celebration
      Those r some examples of what i describe as normiegay areas and events. So far the only places i liked here are the mosques. I like how there’s one pretty much every 500 meters i walk since im broke and dont drive rn. I like how quiet, calm and cold mosques r as well as most ppl in it being the nicest in town since i really despise the locals ( i’d despise locals anywhere i go anyway)

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        There are a couple of haunted places you can visit

        Just google:
        مستشفى السليمانية للاطفال

        And مستشفى عرقة this one was partially torn down and turned into a museum but it is still creepy:

        There is also the old market auction, you can find some truly weird stuff there:
        مزاد سوق الزل

        What are you into, so I can give you other recommendations

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >مستشفى السليمانية للاطفال
          Went there a couple weeks ago but the place was remodeled and being worked on
          >مستشفى عرقة
          Been to it years ago and did also go to it a couple weeks ago (picrel is from the roof) but had to sneak in and sneak out due to some homosexualry being done in it.
          >مزاد سوق الزل
          No idea about this one but im very intrigued to visit it and might just do so tonight since i have no friends or a job. Give me a few examples of what’s sold there

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Nvm, just googled this market of yours and it stinks with dunies’ crap.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Have you been to Heet cave, Edge of the world, Wadi Namar, Wadi Hanifah, all that sort of places

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Also forgot Red Sand Dunes and Salam park

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Any other abandoned buildings/areas u know of? If so im willing to go and update later with pics (as long as it’s a place i can get to with the bus)

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                I can only go to places that the new public busses are near. Considered this heet cave thing but i need to walk about 20KMs back and forth if i were to use the bus. I’ve walked more than 20KMs in the past but it’s gonna drain my energy and i wont b able to experience the place right. All those valleys usually have ppl in it right? If so then count me out

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            What a desolate shithole. No wonder our roads in Qatar get shit up every weekend by idiots in vehicles with KSA plates. And that's saying something because Qatar is also a desolate shithole. Then again, we do have hotel bars. I guess Doha is Allah's little blind spot, eh?

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >SA
    literally one of the most sterile, boring piece of shit countries on this planet
    the most 'adventurous' it gets are foreigner compound parties, but if you're just passing through you won't be invited unless you are a novelty or ridiculously good looking/wealthy
    the compound parties are what they sound like
    you have the party inside the compound where some homosexual islam police won't arrest you for drinking

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Gotta love how a lot of the replies in here defined fun and adventurous as partying, alcohol and sex. Get a life, NPC

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        cry some more kiddo

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Unlike u, im not crying due to having AIDS since ur having gay orgies and sex parties every other day

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            cry

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Remember horny masturbator, u will always remain a kisless virgin

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    i worked in riyadh for a bit and i can only agree with most of the messages in this thread
    most boring place on the whole fricking planet

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Anywhere adventurous i could go to?

    Go to an arab wedding.

    they also do this shit on their national holiday or whatever its called
    they are quite proud of their guns, so if you just say some shit like "I want to see the guns being shot at a wedding", you can get an invite just for that as long as you aren't a gay about it (ie: complaining), if you're based and not an obvious frickup they might even let you rattle off some mags full auto

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >adventurous
    go visit a traditional war dance demonstration

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >adventurous

    go watch some saudi-style street racing

    participate yourself
    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/dTpwsrjBnS8

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