After Neom, Saudi Arabia's billion-dollar Qiddiya City to have 'largest' infrastructures

Qiddiya City is Crown Prince MBS's another megaproject like Neom

By Web Desk
May 16, 2024
Neom-maker Mohammed Bin Salman reveals Qiddiya City. — Digital Daze

With Neom, Saudi Arabia is consistently producing amazing megaprojects and one of them is Qiddiya City.

A 40-minute drive from Riyadh, Qiddiya City is nestled among the Tuwaiq mountains and offers an unforgettable blend of sports, entertainment, and culture, according to Fact Jeddah.


This wonderland, which is 360 km in length, has a village. In addition to being a popular tourist site, this will be home to more than 600,000 people.

This city is created for every soul, with 25 vibrant communities that appeal to everyone, from the young to the young at heart.

The experiences that Qiddiya City has to offer are what really excite people. Prepare yourself for exhilarating experiences featuring 275 rides and 27 attractions scattered across 12 distinct theme parks.

Together with their stunning natural surroundings, these attractions make up the largest cluster of high-energy tourist attractions in the world. Here's what we currently know about upcoming developments in Qiddiya City.

Aquarabia Water Park

The Aquarabia Water Park in Qiddiya is set to be the biggest waterpark in the Middle East and the first in Saudi Arabia. There will be 22 rides and attractions spread across an enormous 250,000 square metres, four of which will break records.

Dragon Ball Theme Park

The Dragon Ball Theme Park in Qiddiya City will comprise seven different zones, spanning 500,000 square metres. From Beerus's Planet to Kame House, visitors will be fully submerged in the Dragon Ball universe from the time they enter the park.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman Stadium

The 45,000-seat Prince Mohammed bin Salman Stadium, which will be nestled above a 200-metre-high Tuwaiq cliff, aims to serve as the home ground for Saudi Pro League football clubs Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr.