New Taif projects reflect King Salman’s attentiveness to country’s development: Prince Sultan

Prince Sultan bin Salman

Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH).

:: The inauguration of the new Taif projects by King Salman is a great event that reflects his attentiveness to the country’s development and proof that all Saudi provinces are in his heart, Prince Sultan bin Salman, the president and chairman of the board of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), said.

“The inauguration of these tourism and development projects in Taif are just for starters,” Prince Sultan said, adding that “more will be accomplished in this city which has a rich cultural heritage and unique tourist attractions.”

In a press statement, Prince Sultan explained that Taif’s cultural richness, along with its history and bright future were the reasons why it won the attention of the king, who is always keen on increasing efforts to restore the city’s splendor, its status as a tourist attraction and its contribution to the national economy.

“These projects will contribute to the development of Taif’s economy and tourism,” Prince Sultan said, “alongside other major projects, such as the development of the city’s historic center, Souk Okaz City, the New Taif and Taif International Airport.”

He described Souq Okaz City as the first complete tourist attraction in the Kingdom and the region. “The SCTH has recently finalized this project’s main plan.”

He said: “This city includes cultural centers, museums, recreational areas, a conference center and a city for receiving those who have come for Hajj and Umrah, as well as portfolios for investors to execute more than 18 complementary projects.”

“Taif is receiving the support and attention of King Salman, as well as the devotion of the Makkah governor and the hospitality and great efforts of the people of Taif, and this will result in the city’s economic prosperity and the creation of more job opportunities for its citizens.”

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