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Generally, the Muttawa don't enter hotels or expat compounds, and you should be able to relax a little more there.
In Saudi Arabia, everything runs around the five daily prayers.
This means no eating, drinking, or smoking anything during the daylight hours.
Unsurprisingly, restaurants and eating establishments will not sell you food during this period, however some of the better hotels do quietly supply room service during the day.
Alcohol, pork, non-Islamic religious material and pornography are all expressly prohibited.
Pornography is VERY widely defined and may include things such as swimsuit calendars.
It's worth looking at one or both of these to make sure you don't get stuck without vital necessities because you didn't make it to the shops in time.
Saudi law is generally strict where women are concerned and prohibits women from associating with unrelated men.
Foreign nationals who breach any of these laws may not get as harsh a sentence as a local would, but this does not rule out corporal punishment such as public floggings, multiple weeks in prison, deportation, or all of the above.
keenly enforced by the Muttawa, a volunteer organisation for the religious police (yes, they really have religious police) previously known as the "Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice" and they take their position very seriously.
Restaurants in the bazaar and elsewhere open, and are generally very busy until the early hours of the morning with a fairly festive atmosphere.
Alcohol is forbidden and illegal throughout the country, although things are generally more lenient within residential compounds for foreign national or expatriates.