Facing the Red Sea, the region is surrounded by pristine white beaches and includes some of the most important landmarks in the Kingdom, which reflect the ancient history of the region. Tabuk is home to several Vision 2030 mega and giga projects, which are set to dramatically revive the region's economy, including NEOM, The Red Sea Project, and Amaala. Additionally, the region has the highest wind speed in the Kingdom and unlimited wind and solar endowment making it an attractive area for renewable energy investments. The region also has sophisticated infrastructure, such as the modern Duba Port, which has a capacity of 10 million tons and is the closest port to the Suez Canal. In terms of livability, Tabuk's population enjoys access to University of Tabuk and 12 high-quality hospitals.

949,612

population

136,000 km2

in landmass area

STRATEGIC SECTORS
  • Tourism
  • Technology
  • Trading
  • Renewable energy
  • Logistics

KEY FACTS AND FIGURES

949,612

population

3

international airport and 2 domestic airport

139,119

number of employees

1

Seaport

76

active factories in Q3 2021

16

dams

1

Chambers of Commerce

20

Hotels

1

industrial city

1

Sport City

3,965

roads length

12

hospitals with 1,820 beds

7

Towns

REGIONAL BENEFITS

ELECTRICITY INFRASTRUCTURE
MEGA AND GIGA PROJECTS
SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL - THE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (REPDO) HAS IDENTIFIED TWO POTENTIAL SITES FOR SOLAR FARMS + TWO POTENTIAL SITES FOR WIND FARMS.
TOURISM POTENTIAL
PROXIMITY TO EGYPT, JORDAN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

NEOM

the world's most ambitious city in the making

The Red Sea Project

a giga-project with high growth potential

AMAALA

a new destination that redefines the standard for luxury tourism

The Renewable Energy Project Development Office (REPDO)

has identified two potential sites for solar farms and two potential sites for wind farms

High End

Utilities and digital infrastructure