SAR (.ر.س)

Currency: Saudi riyal

The Saudi riyal is the official currency of Saudi Arabia. One US dollar is worth around 3.75 SAR. The Saudi riyal is the currency of Saudi Arabia. It was first introduced in 1935, replacing the Hejaz riyal. The riyal is divided into 100 halalas. The currency is issued by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority. The Saudi riyal has been pegged to the U.S. dollar at a rate of 3.75 riyals per dollar since 1986. The Saudi riyal is widely accepted in Saudi Arabia and is often used for transactions in neighboring countries.