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When it comes to traveling, we all love to do it. It’s always exciting to get to know new places and go on vacation. Still, they all come with the tedious process of organizing, especially abroad. Thankfully, getting to places is easier nowadays because we take a shorter amount of time doing it and dealing with the annoying paperwork.

So if you’ve ever thought of visiting The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, be sure to deal with all the necessary documentation in advance of your entry into the country. We highly recommend you check out **iVisa** and all the services for travel documentation they offer. You can also scroll through customer reviews to read about their successful experiences. When you apply with them, one of their experts will walk you through every step of the process. They will give you all the useful information you need before beginning your trip.

Find out more about the [Saudi Arabia Tourist Visa] and how to get started with your application by following a few steps and answering some basic questions. Another wonderful service you’ll find on their site is that they will help you [take your photo] without requiring a professional photography studio if you don’t already have one. The best part is that you will be assigned an iVisa expert to guide and help you get your **Saudi Arabia Tourist Visa**.

If you are from a generation that grew up with stories set in the desert, like Arabian nights, genies in a bottle, or expeditions in search of lost civilizations’ remains, then let us tell you that Saudi Arabia is a destination that will blow your mind. Yes, you read it right. After decades of being closed to adventurers and explorers, Saudi Arabia has finally opened its borders to tourism. People from all around the world can now explore this beautiful country and everything it offers.

When you arrive in the country, you will notice the impressive development and the lovely blend of Arab architecture and decor with contemporary and futuristic designs. Stroll through the roads of Riyadh adorned with palm trees and appreciate the modern design in different buildings of importance in the business district, like the Kingdom Centre, which is the third-tallest skyscraper in Saudi Arabia and rises 302.3 m above the ground.

But even though existing cities have been showing rapid economic growth and technological development, everybody is talking about the 2035 vision of the Crown Prince for Saudi Arabia. Their incorporation into economics, tourism policies, and sustainable development will leave decades of prosperous fossil fuel dependence behind.

Interestingly, the Middle Eastern giant is willing to change its ways and look forward to a sustainable future harnessing natural resources like wind and solar energy to supply power to new urban centers.

Some of their most ambitious projects include a series of massive, intelligent, and sustainable cities. In unusual ways. Something that defies in multiple ways the way our species has been developing urban infrastructure. Although there have been countless compliments, there have also been critics claiming a project such as this would not be possible to complete by the estimated deadline; let us share a bit about their plans.

The first super smart city that is being built is called The Line. Its name isn’t far-fetched from the truth since it’s planned to be 170 km long, a straight line from the middle of the desert to the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea. The idea is for citizens to have everything available. The structure is meant to be 500 m tall and 200 m wide. Using a fast elevated train, its inhabitants will be able to travel from one end to the other within 20 minutes.

The cherry on top is an amazing city, built at the end of this line in the Gulf of Aqaba. The unique part of it is that it will be hexagonal and half of it will be built in the waters of the Red Sea.

Of course, this doesn’t end with futuristic plans and promises. These things are happening right now. Once you arrive at the airport, you will notice robots sanitizing the entire area following international health laws for COVID-19.

As a result, there is a beautiful contrast between the modern futuristic side of Saudi Arabia and ancient ruins that evidence an old Bedouin civilization once ruled the desert sands, such as Hegra.

 

Kossi Adzo is the editor and author of Startup.info. He is software engineer. Innovation, Businesses and companies are his passion. He filled several patents in IT & Communication technologies. He manages the technical operations at Startup.info.

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