Arar is the capital of Northern Borders Province in Saudi Arabia. It has a populace of 145,237. Arar is situated in northern Saudi Arabia close to the Iraqi outskirt. It is known for its ripe field lands which loans itself well to its vital control of sheep and camel crowding. The number of inhabitants in the whole Northern Borders Province, including the urban communities of Rafha,Turayf and Alaoiqilah and rural towns and their occupants, was 320,524 at the 2010 evaluation.
Arar fills in as a noteworthy supply stop for explorers on theSaudi Arabian thruway 85. The city of Arar was established in 1951, after the development of the Aramcooil pipeline was finished. It was at first an oil drawing station with a wellbeing focus and specialist lodging. Specialists at Arar were principally from the areas of Al-Ahsa, Ha'il, Yanbu and Al Wajh. Arar got its name from the first oil field that existed before the town, "Field RR", one of numerous in the nation, where it was referred to by local people as "R.R." which later moved toward becoming ʿArʿar.
The name Arar implies juniper in Arabic. In 1968, the remaining parts of an old city were uncovered 30 km from the city of 'Ar'ar. The site yielded ious figures of fish, turtles and other sea-going creatures. A summit meeting between King Saud and King Hussein of Jordan occurred in 'Ar'ar amid the rules of the two rulers.