Saudi Arabia has climbed ten places to 33rd position in the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Development Index (TTDI), up from 43rd place in 2019.
The Kingdom was also placed ninth in the world in terms of travel and tourism priority. This axis assesses the amount to which the travel and tourist industry is prioritized at the local level by the public and commercial sectors, as well as ranking 10th in the business climate, an indicator that assesses the amount to which policies are supported the business sector in the Kingdom.
The Saudi Crown Prince has been and continues to guide the tourist industry to supply all options, and this has been an influential component in helping the kingdom overcome a number of our initiatives for the targets that were established inside the national tourism development strategy.
He stated that efforts are still being made to make Saudi Arabia one of the most significant tourism destinations, and that this is being aided by a number of major projects, the continuous enhancement of tourist attractions, and a real desire to improve the guest experience.
The Kingdom focused on adopting the strategy of promoting national tourism, developing tourist attractions, attracting the finest international hotels, creating a unique tourist experience for travelers, and attaining the Saudi Vision 2030 objectives.