The Shushah Island Coral Park will become a global centre for innovations that protect and restore coral reefs. Located off the coast of the Red Sea, the island will include the world’s largest coral garden, a marina, hotels, villas, a beach club, a museum, and a research centre. According to the latest imagery, the museum will even be located underwater providing visitors with a unique and immersive experience.
The coral garden is the centrepiece of the project, set to be completed in 2025, and is part of NEOM’s commitment to developing in harmony with nature and creating a sustainable relationship between people and the planet.
On completion, the coral reef scape will provide a research and development opportunity for coral preservation and attract international scientists, researchers, and eco-conscious travellers.
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