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BREAKING
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BREAKING NEW GROUND

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BREAKING NEW GROUND

Every day

From Visionto Reality

The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) was established to drive the development of The Red Sea Project, a luxury, regenerative tourism destination that will set new standards in sustainable development and position Saudi Arabia on the global tourism map.

The project will be developed over 28,000 km2 of pristine lands and waters along Saudi Arabia’s west coast and includes a vast archipelago of more than 90 islands. The destination also features mountain canyons, dormant volcanoes, and ancient cultural and heritage sites. The destination will include 50 hotels, an international airport, residential properties, leisure, commercial and entertainment amenities, as well as supporting infrastructure that emphasizes renewable energy and water conservation and re-use.

Since our Masterplan was approved in January 2019, we have made huge progress on The Red Sea Project from design, build and contract awards perspectives. Explore all our latest updates on this website.

Phase One
  • 5Islands Developed
  • 2Inland Sites
  • 16Hotels
  • 3000Rooms
Completion
  • 22Islands Developed
  • 6Inland Sites
  • 48Hotels
  • 8000Rooms
Airport

Airport

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  • Smart Luggage
  • Duty Free
  • International Brands
  • Free WIFI
Due for completion in 2022, Red Sea International Airport will serve an estimated one million tourists per year by 2030 with a schedule of domestic and international flights, and a peak capacity of 900 passengers per hour.
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Dolphin-shaped Shurayrah Island is our hub and will contain 11 world-class hotels designed by award-winning architects Foster + Partners.
Sheybarah Island will feature signature overwater assets designed by Dubai-based Killa Architectural Design (KAD).
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Hotel 11 on Ummahat AlShaykh Island 9-3 is designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.
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Hotel 12 on Ummahat AlShaykh Islands 9-4 and 9-5 is designed by British architect Foster + Partners.
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Designed by Foster + Partners, our Southern Dunes hotel is one of two inland locations at The Red Sea.
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Explore our progress onConstruction

We have made huge progress on The Red Sea Project from design, build and contract awards perspectives. Major contracts have been awarded in 2019 and 2020 on our journey to welcoming our first guests by end of 2022.
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Explore our progress onSustainability

The Red Sea Project is grounded in sustainability and regenerative tourism in its fullest sense. Tourism, properly harnessed, can and must serve the needs of the environment, the local people and economy if it is to be sustainable in the long term.
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Explore our progress onConstruction

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