Hail, a largely agricultural region, is famous for its warm hospitality and open-air markets. Due to the nature of the terrain and its geographic location, the region is known for its unique mountains.Hail has a good business infrastructure with an excellent electricity grid, higher education institutions and a supportive ecosystem for local companies. Hail has two historical UNESCO sites, Um samnan Mountain and AAlshwaym, and has undertaken several tourism-related projects to develop public facilities, tourism infrastructure, human capital and several other projects related to the promotion of tourism. Hail's population enjoys easy access to local universities, 13 hospitals and a fast railway linking the region to Al-Jouf and Qassim.

731,147

population

120,000 km2

in landmass area

STRATEGIC SECTORS
  • Agriculture
  • Food processing
  • Trading
  • Mining
  • Technology
  • Tourism

KEY FACTS AND FIGURES

731,147

population

1

international airport and 1 domestic airport

140,712

number of employees

46

dams

83

active factories in Q3 2021

7

Hotels

1

Chambers of Commerce

4,520

roads length

1

industrial city

13

hospitals with 1,855 beds

1

Sport City

9

Towns

REGIONAL BENEFITS

CENTRAL LOCATION
FRESH GROUNDWATER RESOURCES
HIGH FOOD PRODUCTION CAPACITY
SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE
TOURISM - 2 HISTORICAL SITES (UNESCO) UM SAMNAN MOUNTAIN & AALSHWAYMS

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Investments

worth $10.6-12 million for the development of Botanical Gardens

Investments

across several projects in the field of cultural heritage, sports, and transport