Neom mastermind Saudi MBS building world's largest gardens

King Abdullah International Gardens to be world's largest

By Web Desk
May 18, 2024
Mohammed Bin Salman to build world's largest gardens after Neom. — KAIG

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is constructing world’s largest temperature-controlled gardens in Saudi Arabia.

A city is known for its tall buildings in today’s world, however, the greenery in the urbanised centres also have a prominent attraction for its residents as well as tourists and visitors.


As a result, Saudi Arabia is filling the Tuwaiq desert with the King Abdullah International Gardens just outside of Riyadh.

There are several attributes that will make the King Abdullah International Gardens a good location above the rest.

The King Abdullah International Gardens are the world’s largest temperature-controlled gardens, a quality that even the reputed Singapore Botanic Gardens with the world’s largest orchid display, cannot contain, according to Luxury Launches.

King Abdullah International Gardens in Saudi Arabia may beat green places in world. — KAIG

Comprising an endless variety of flowers, trees, and vegetation; the location will show a whopping 400 million years of Earth’s developments.

People will be transported back in time once they step into the King Abdullah International Gardens in the form of the Jurassic, Cretaceous, Devonian, Carboniferous, Cenozoic, and Paleobotanic periods.

Nestled within an endless array of gardens, these Paleobotanical gardens are an educational space that illuminates the choices we make and their impact on the world today and in the future.