Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦
This is the Saudi Arabia Post Code page. This page includes the following content: Code Method, Envelope Example and Address Format, the way of writing the postal code correctly, reference link for postcode inquiries.
In Saudi Arabia there are two postcode systems. One is used for home delivery and the other is used for PO box delivery.
5 digits to the right of the locality followed by 4 digits giving additional building information, separated by a dash.eg:
1 2 2 3 3 - 7318
The first digit represents the postal region,the second digit represents the sector,the third digit represents the branch,the fourth digit represents the section,the fifth digit represents the block,and the last four digits represent the extended postcode.
PO Box delivery
5 digits to the right of the locality.eg:
1 1 5 6 4
The first two digits represent the postal zone,the last three digits represent the delivery point.
PO Box delivery:
Mr. Ibrahim Mohamad P.O. Box 56577 RIYADH 11564 SAUDI ARABIA
Mr. Abdullah Nasser 3909 Abdullhamid Alkatib ST, Azahrah Dist. RIYADH 12987 - 7318 SAUDI ARABIA
|1||Al Jawf (or Jouf)||Sakaka|
|10||Al Bahah (or Baha)||Al Bahah|
Saudi Arabia is divided into 8 postal regions. The division was based on the country's administrative regions. The numbering of the postal regions differs from that of the administrative regions in the country. The Postal Division was based on the consideration of road connectivity network and other geographical factors. The below table shows the list of Postal Regions in the country:
|3||Eastern Provience Region|
|4||Madinah and Tabuk|
|5||Qassim and Ha'il|
|6||Asir, Najran, and Bahah|
|7||Northern Borders, and Jawf|
- Saudi Arabia Post website (Arabic)
- Saudi Arabia Post Inquiry
- Saudi Arabia zip inquiries （English）
- Saudi Arabia Postcode position Example (English, PDF file)