Saudi Arabia is building a futuristic city in the middle of a vast desert.

It is a vital element of the country's Vision 2030 plan. The site covers an area of more than 10,000 square miles and it could cost $500 billion to complete.

What is NEOM?

NEOM is a planned city on the Red Sea coast in the northwestern Saudi province of Tabuk.

NEOM is being called as what New Future might look like' by Saudi Arabia. The smart city will be free of cars and streets, and have zero carbon emissions

powered entirely by clean energy. It is a futuristic mega-city 33 times the size of New York city.

The Line

The Line will be composed of two parallel skyscrapers that cut right through the desert for 170 KMs, and will be encased on all sides with gigantic mirrors.

The project is based on a new concept of"zero gravity urbanism," which is the idea of layering city functions vertically, while enabling inhabitants to move seamlessly in three directions (up, down, and across)

directions (up, down, and across). When completed it could accommodate up to 9 million residents.

The Line

With a reduced infrastructure footprint, The Line will have no roads, cars or emissions, running on 100% renewable energy with 95% of land preserved for nature. 

The city is built to focus on health and well-being over transportation and infrastructure.

The Line will prioritise "ultra-high-speed transit and autonomous mobility solutions" to ensure no journey takes longer than 20 minutes.

Snow-Capped 'TROJENA

The tourist attraction of TROJENA in Saudi Arabia is 50 kilometres from the shore of the Gulf of Aqaba and is a component of the nation's massive NEOM project

 It is about to undergo major transformations in preparation for the 2029 Asian Winter Games.

Set to redefine mountain tourism, the 2026 TROJENA project is situated in a region with below-zero winter temperatures.

A floating metropolis 'OXAGON'

Saudi Arabia is constructing the Oxagon, a floating metropolis it claims will revolutionise the global industrial sector, somewhere around the Red Sea, close to the Suez Canal.

Oxagon will have a distinctive octagonal shape with part of the development on land and a large section protruding into the Red Sea.

Thefloating city is dedicated to building a new logistics hub.