The island is poised to introduce a selection of over 40 dining establishments, three upscale accommodations, and more. It’s time to ride the waves at NEOM’s Sindalah Island in the Red Sea soon, featuring a range of hotels, beach clubs, and numerous eateries.
Sindalah Island is on track to be among the initial developments within the broader NEOM project in the Kingdom. This forthcoming attraction essentially constitutes a cluster of islands and is positioned as the ultimate destination in the Red Sea. The ambitious development in Saudi Arabia is set to make its debut in 2024, so it’s a good idea to start planning your beach getaways now.
That’s right, you read correctly. The colossal project is set to unveil this island paradise within the next couple of years, and we have high expectations. After all, it’s NEOM we’re talking about.
The offshore development will span an area encompassing roughly 840,000 square meters. The new island will house an array of around 40 dining establishments, including nine relaxed dining options and nine upscale restaurants. In addition, there will be a yacht club and a beach club.
But that’s not all. Sindalah Island will also feature three opulent resorts, offering a blend of hotel accommodations and serviced apartments. Moreover, there will be a spa, 86 docks, and an assortment of over 50 high-end brands.
The project also aspires to establish itself as a yachting destination with 75 offshore anchor points and a variety of underwater activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, and scuba diving.
Sindalah also aims to position itself as a premier golfing retreat by offering top-notch experiences on a 5,920-meter golf course.
The goal is to welcome up to 2,400 visitors daily to NEOM’s Sindalah Island by 2028. Interested in joining?
Similar to The LINE project, Sindalah Island aims to enable residents to access all necessities within a five-minute stroll. The island will be devoid of roads and automobiles but will likely exude a charming atmosphere.
If you wish to delve deeper into Saudi’s ambitious projects, there’s currently a free exhibition of THE LINE in Diriyah. Additionally, if you’re seeking more lodging options, you can consider booking a stay at one of the new Saudi hotels set to open soon.
There’s also an intriguing plan for a massive turtle-shaped floating city that may soon be “floating” into Saudi’s waters.
And for those with a penchant for skiing and snow-related activities, NEOM previously announced the first hotels arriving at TROJENA.