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Royal Commission for Al-Ula launches the tourism and entertainment licenses portal

The Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate has launched a portal for tourism and entertainment licenses and permits.  


This initiative is part of the Authority’s efforts to facilitate services and develop conservation processes and procedures.


 The launch of the portal comes after the transfer of licenses for entertainment and tourism activities to it, after the approval of the Council of Ministers to organize the authority.  


The portal will also facilitate the organization of various activities, including travel and tourism agencies, tourist accommodation facilities, and others.  


The Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate appreciated the unlimited support that Al-Ula Governorate enjoys from wise leadership.  


The vision of Al-Ula, which is compatible with the ambitious goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, aims to highlight the cultural aspects and historical sites.   It seeks to enhance Saudi Arabia’s position among the world’s tourist, cultural, artistic, and heritage destinations.  


The Commission affirms its commitment to the highest standards of excellence and international best practices.  


The authority is invited to enter via the following link and access the electronic services portal to review and submit applications for tourism and entertainment licenses:  


The Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate was established on July 20, 2017, based on a royal order to establish the Commission under the chairmanship of Prince Mohammed bin Salman.


The commission aims to develop Al-Ula Governorate in a manner commensurate with its historical value and the archaeological sites it contains. It also seeks to achieve the economic and cultural interests and the goals upon which the Saudi Vision 2030 was based.


The authority also aims to diversify sources of income, expand the base of the tourism economy, which will drive economic and tourism growth, and create jobs in Saudi Arabia.   In 2018, the Royal Commission for Al-Ula decided to temporarily close Madain Saleh, Al-Khuraiba, and Jabal Ikma.




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