The Ancient Temple of Salm
This 3000-year-old Iron Age temple complex had been buried for hundreds of years till it was rediscovered in the 1970s. It continues to reveal artefacts of archaeological and historic interest.
This palace ruin dates from the first half of the 6th century BCE and was one of the residences of Babylonian King Nabonidus. Its strategic location served to control the lucrative trade routes.
A hydraulic wonder dating back to the 6th century BCE, the well at Bir Haddaj has been a cherished site at the heart of the community for generations, giving life to the surrounding oasis.
An oasis trail and marketplace that carries evidence of Tayma's status as an eminent oasis along the famed Incense Road, Souq AlNajm still holds living traditions of local crafts and customs.
Qasr Ibn Rumman
With the original building from the 1700s, the main palace was added in 1916 and 1919. Not only the Governor's workplace, this castle was also his family home.
Located next to Bir Haddaj, Qasr AlTalaq is a two-story building attached to an old mosque. The palace dates to the 12th century when it served as a residence for the AlTalaq family.