Screen-Shot-2022-03-30-at-7.41.20-A_20220330-134741_1 Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has announced plans for the kingdom's first ski resort - fitted with its own village, luxury and wellness resorts and an 'interactive nature reserve'

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has announced plans for the kingdom's first ski resort - fitted with its own village, luxury and wellness resorts and an 'interactive nature reserve' - and expects to attract 700,000 visitors by 2030.

The super-project, called TROJENA, is the latest to be unveiled as part of NEOM - a planned $500 billion city-state that would cover 10,000 square miles of Saudi Arabia's Tabuk province, near its borders with Jordan and Egypt.

The word is a combination of the Greek word neos, or 'new,' and mustaqbal, Arabic for 'future.'

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