IN PICTURES: Take a look into new ‘Amaala’ project in northwestern Saudi Arabia

The project is expected to generate an expected 22,000 jobs across hospitality and tourism and other sectors.

Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) has announced the launch of Amaala, set to become an uber-luxury destination on the northwestern coast of Saudi Arabia.

Amaala will be a significant driver of domestic and foreign direct investment, stimulating economic growth and job creation on Saudi Arabia’s north- western coast, and, as envisioned in the Vision 2030 strategy, intends to support the diversification of Saudi Arabia’s leisure and tourism industry, while promoting cultural conservation, ecological preservation and sustainability.

According to a press release, the project is expected to generate an expected 22,000 jobs across hospitality and tourism, leisure and retail, in addition to the opportunities created in construction and ancillary industries.

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

Saudi PIF unveils new uber-luxury destination project ‘Amaala’

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Last Update: Wednesday, 20 May 2020 KSA 09:58 - GMT 06:58
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