King Salman praises plans to build an ultra luxury tourism destination on the kingdom’s north western coast announced ultra luxury project.

The Saudi sovereign wealth fund had in September announced the launch of Amaala which will become an ultra luxury tourism on the Kingdom’s north western coast.

The King received Amaala project team led by CEO Mr Nicholas Naples “presented a visual presentation on the project and its economic and development objectives to create an innovative and unique concept in ultra luxury tourism focusing on wellness, meditation, well being and the art of healthy living,” the statement said.

The resort development’s masterplan, approved by its board, also was presented to the King at the reception as the first project within Prince Mohammed bin Salman Natural Reserve to become a global destination in the luxury tourism sector.

King Salman bin Abdulaziz on Tuesday unveiled development projects worth nearly SR7 billion ($1.9 billion) for Tabuk region during a visit to the northern region, the third stopover of a nationwide royal tour that began earlier this month.

The approved costs in government entities budgets for the Tabuk region projects announced totalled SR6.89 billion.

A statement said the projects would significantly boost development of the Tabuk region as they cover education, roads and highways, municipal buildings, parks, ports and other infrastructure, housing, environment, water and agriculture, and energy and industry, as well as museums.

Tabuk region during the visits, King Salman was briefed on the master plan and work progress of Amaala project which will become an ultra luxury tourism destination on the kingdom’s north western coast.

Amaala Project will cover an area of more than 3,800 sq km and will target more than 2,500, hotel keys and 700 residential villas, apartments and estate homes, plus over 200 high end retail establishments with an eclectic mix of galleries, ateliers, artisan workshops and bespoke retail shops supported by a wide range of international and local signature dining venues.

Amaala will provide services for guest to shape their own luxury experience

Amaala will generate an expected 22,000 jobs in hospitality and tourism, leisure and retail, in addition to the opportunities created in construction and ancillary industries.
The development will provide facilities and services for guests to shape their own luxury experience. It will celebrate arts, culture, fashion, wellness and sports, offering guests a bespoke luxury lifestyle of their choice.
Amaala is anchored around three pillars: Wellness, healthy living and sports; art and culture; and sea, sun and lifestyle. Each of these elements is being developed to world class standards to attract visitors from around the world.

The resort will be developed over three sites within the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Natural Reserve on the northwestern coast of Saudi Arabia.

Source: Arab News

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