RAKTDA has identified the following seven priority investment clusters and will work to identify and designate other areas for development going forward. Each of these clusters has its own differentiation in terms of product attractions, targeted segments and identity within the overall Ras Al Khaimah brand context.

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Jebel Jais

Jebel Jais offers unlimited potential for mixed-use developments with a number of luxury mountain resorts and luxurious glamping facilities.

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City Area

The city area around the Museum of Ras Al Khaimah, the old markets and the Al Qasimi Corniche, is a constantly evolving landscape. So many new developments are taking place. The same is also evident in the area around Sheikh Zayed Mosque and the Al Qawasim Corniche.

In these areas, the opportunities for mixed-use developments, single hotels and boutique hotels are endless.

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Al Marjan Island

Al Marjan Island offers very exciting opportunities for upscale mixed-use development with waterfront homes, luxurious hotels and resorts, marinas, leisure, retail and recreational facilities.

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Mina Al Arab

Mina Al Arab is another real opportunity for upscale mixed-use development with waterfront homes, luxurious hotels and resorts, a marina, leisure, retail and recreational facilities.

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Al Hamra

Al Hamra has astonishing potential for development of new luxury hotels and resorts.

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Khatt Springs

In Khatt Springs there are many opportunities for spa and thermal-centred resorts all over Ras Al Khaimah. This particular one, especially offers investors real potential.

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Wadi Khadija

Wadi Khadija offers unlimited potential to increase bed capacity within these zones, including luxury glamping resorts and additional eco-friendly desert resorts.

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