Hadabet el Tout
Luxor, Egypt

Location: Luxor, Egypt
Size: 10,500,000 sq.m.
Status: Design

Luxor is a world-famous tourist destination because of the large amount of historical artifacts left behind by the Ancient Egyptian civilization. This project is designed to serve the existing demand in the city, and to add new factors to attract more and more people.

The project is based on combining business, tourism and leisure. It consists of 10 themed hotels, Echo hotels, water features, convention centers, major tennis courts, golf courses, horse breeding and racing areas, a large-scale marina, and a theatre. The aim of this project is to introduce into Luxor the concept of combo tourism, where for example people are drawn into the region by a horse-racing tournament or a large-scale business convention, and they bring along their families and turn it into a family vacation. Another project component is a high- speed train connected to Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada, that can bring in up to 20,000 tourists per day. When that is combined with the amount of tourists coming in on cruise ships that stop in the marina, will turn Luxor into one of the most visited tourist locations in the world.

Hadabet el Tout
Luxor, Egypt

Location: Luxor, Egypt
Size: 10,500,000 sq.m.
Status: Design

Luxor is a world-famous tourist destination because of the large amount of historical artifacts left behind by the Ancient Egyptian civilization. This project is designed to serve the existing demand in the city, and to add new factors to attract more and more people.

The project is based on combining business, tourism and leisure. It consists of 10 themed hotels, Echo hotels, water features, convention centers, major tennis courts, golf courses, horse breeding and racing areas, a large-scale marina, and a theatre. The aim of this project is to introduce into Luxor the concept of combo tourism, where for example people are drawn into the region by a horse-racing tournament or a large-scale business convention, and they bring along their families and turn it into a family vacation. Another project component is a high- speed train connected to Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada, that can bring in up to 20,000 tourists per day. When that is combined with the amount of tourists coming in on cruise ships that stop in the marina, will turn Luxor into one of the most visited tourist locations in the world.

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