The capital city of the first Saudi state and the Kingdom’s reflection mirroring power and pride, Dir’iyah is the city of resilience from which the modern Saudi state has emerged. It is distinguished for having diverse tourism components, such as the Al-Turaif District (governance headquarters and residence). It is a World Heritage Site, and houses a number of spectacular buildings showcasing the ability of local engineers, in addition to Salwa Palace, Bait Al-Mal, as well as huge high-rise mud buildings rarely seen in the rest of the region. Other examples are the hospitality palace, steam bath, and other facilities reflecting the early advancement of Dir’iyah.