Tabuk, additionally spelled Tabouk, is the capital city of the Tabuk Region in northwestern Saudi Arabia. It has a populace of 534,893. It is near the Jordan Saudi Arabia fringe, and houses the biggest flying corps base in Saudi Arabia. Ptolemy specified a place by the name 'Tabawa', at the northwestern corner of Arabia. This name might be a reference to 'Tabuka' or 'Tabuk'. On the off chance that this is valid, the town might be as old as Ptolemy's time. Pre-Islamic Arab writers, for example, Antra and Nabiqa, made reference to its mountain 'Hasmi' in their sonnets.
Tabouk wound up celebrated for its relationship with the fight battled in 8 AH , amid the time of Muhammad. From that point forward, it remained a portal of North Arabia. It was likewise visited by ious European voyagers, for example, Doughty in 1294 AH and Huber in 1303 AH. Tabuk turned into a focal point of military movement amid the persian Gulf War as the city confronted dangers from Iraqi scuds and air assaults.
It is otherwise called the mansion of As-hab al-Aykah , who are made reference to in the Quran. The chateau goes back to around 3500 BCE and has been re-established ordinarily; the latter was in 1062 AH. It was one of the few fortifications and stations worked along the Syrian journey course to welcome explorers. A few posts and stations were worked along the street from the Jordanian fringe to Al-Medinah to welcome the pioneers.