The Saudis have unveiled plans to host luxury luxury travel in 2022 and 2020 with the aim of promoting economic growth and diversifying its tourism industry.
The new tourism plan will see the kingdom host some 40 million tourists, with some 1.2 million staying in the capital Riyadh and 1.5 million traveling to other destinations across the kingdom.
The kingdom plans to spend around $1 billion on the projects, which will include a five-star hotel in the city of Riyadh.
The government is also hoping to attract tourists by opening new attractions and creating jobs in the tourism industry, as well as building new roads, bridges, airports and shopping centers.
The first such project is slated to be built by the government in 2021, and it will be built in the desert near Mecca.
The project will feature two towers, a shopping mall, a sports stadium and restaurants and shops.
It is expected to attract around 40 million visitors in 2022.
The second project is expected in 2020, with the first project to be completed in 2022, and the second project to begin construction in 2022 as well.
The plans are part of a plan to expand the kingdom’s tourism sector, which is projected to be worth $1.4 trillion by 2024.
In the next few years, the kingdom is also expected to host the first Olympics in 2022 with the Games in the country of Qatar.
The royal family is also investing in the development of new projects.
According to a report from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), Saudi Arabia plans to invest an estimated $4.5 billion in infrastructure projects in 2021 and $5.5 in 2022 to boost tourism.
In addition, the NDRC reported that Saudi Arabia is planning to invest $100 billion in new infrastructure projects.
The Saudi royal family and the Kingdom’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have pledged to expand and develop the kingdom and invest in the economy.
The Kingdom will spend $5 billion on infrastructure projects and $15 billion on projects in 2030 and 2020.
Saudi Arabia has announced that it will host the 2022 Olympic Games, and plans to attract the biggest sporting events in history.