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In 2023, when considering relocation abroad, the cost of living in Saudi Arabia emerges as a crucial factor influencing decision-making. If your primary aim in pursuing nursing overseas is financial, aiming to save for significant investments like a mortgage, Saudi Arabia stands as an ideal destination. With tax-free salaries and complimentary accommodation, this country presents a remarkable opportunity for substantial savings, aiding you in achieving your financial objectives.

Below, you’ll find an overview of some typical living expenses in Saudi Arabia. However, this breakdown serves as a general guide. To tailor your assessment to your individual needs, we’ve provided additional resources for further research.


Prices for groceries vary among supermarkets. Local stores like Carrefour offer native produce, while upscale options like Danube stock both local and imported goods. Many stores also provide home delivery services.

  • 2 liters of milk: 11 SAR ($2.93 USD)
  • 30 large eggs: 19.95 SAR ($5.32 USD)
  • 1kg of tomatoes: 6.95 SAR ($1.85 USD)
  • 1.25kg of potatoes: 4.94 SAR ($1.31 USD)
  • 450g of boneless chicken: 15.95 SAR ($4.26 USD)
  • Bread: 5.95 SAR ($1.59 USD)


Your most significant savings will likely come from housing. Our hospitals offer free, fully furnished accommodations for staff, inclusive of utilities and electricity. Male staff members have the option to secure their housing, often supported by a housing allowance. For a comprehensive housing breakdown, please visit our Accommodation blog.


Unlimited 5G internet: 343.85 SAR/month ($91.75 USD/month)


  • Petrol: 2.33 SAR/L ($0.62 USD/L)
  • 10-minute taxi ride: 15.32 SAR ($4.08 USD)
  • Intercity train: 97.75 SAR ($26.07 USD)


  • Dinner for two: 152 SAR ($40.54 USD)
  • Movie tickets: 100 SAR ($26.67 USD)
  • Best available theater tickets: 439 SAR ($117.10 USD)

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