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Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities executes 8 tourism projects in Tabuk

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04-news-14-02-09
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The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) started the implementation of eight projects to develop tourist sites in Tabuk, in an effort to support other projects implemented by municipali

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) started the implementation of eight projects to develop tourist sites in Tabuk, in an effort to support other projects implemented by municipalities, investors, and businessmen in the province. Efforts also aim to benefit from the natural tourism potential and find appropriate tourist sites to achieve the aspirations of different social groups.

Nasir bin Ahmed Al Kheraisi, the executive director of Tabuk PTO, said that these projects include Hagle panoramic Cornice, walkways in Um Ghanam Beach, as well as restoration works in a number of tourist sites and facilities throughout the municipality. Al Kheraisi further stated that these projects will have a significant impact on promoting tourism in the governorate of Tabuk, which is endowed with rich tourism potential and is capable of attracting visitors to its beaches and heritage sites throughout the year.