Check Out Which Mega Projects Of Saudi Are Set To Be Completed Next Year

Check Out Which Mega Projects Of Saudi Are Set To Be Completed Next Year

Everyone will be welcoming the new year in just under ten days, and 2023 will be a big year for Saudi Arabia. Already working on huge-scale projects for Vision 2030 like ‘The Line’, NEOM, King Salman Park, and many more projects, Saudi Arabia has got quite the handful for the upcoming years.

These 3 projects however are expected to be completed in 2023

Take a scroll below to check out each unique aspect of these projects to look forward to next year. Ring in 2023 in style by visiting these three sites in Saudi Arabia.

Riyadh Metro 😍

The day you’ve all been waiting for is actually just moments away. The Riyadh Metro is up and ready to welcome travelers on its route next year. Although the official date has not been announced, it is presumed the project will welcome passengers starting 2023. The project consists of six metro lines spanning a total length of 176 kilometers, with 85 stations 👏

Qiddiya 🤩

Qiddiya is actually one of Riyadh’s biggest projects that will become the alpha of entertainment in the capital. With an adventurous waterpark, totally huge sports complex, and even an amusement park with the world’s fastest roller coaster, this place is totally going to have people flocking for fun. The first phase of this project is set to open in 2023. Let’s wait and see what it is 😍 !!

Al Sharaan Nature Reserve ♥️

Al Sharaan is going to be the most beautiful nature reserve in the region of AlUla. The 925-square-kilometer project will enhance the natural beauty of the plant and wildlife of the region. Visitors will get to enjoy a luxury retreat, surrounded by beautiful canyons. The location will also consists of 25 suites, 10 pavilions, and 5 residential areas, that are set to be completed in 2023. Try and see if you can take a quick trip down to AlUla for a sneak peek 👀

Make sure to visit the PIF website to check out other major projects happening in the Kingdom

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