The Development of Urban to Support Sport Tourism in Qatar, A Case Study: West Bay North Beach
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Sports the travel industry is recognized as movement that includes either watching or taking part in a game while staying outside of the sightseers' typical environmental factors. Major games, like the football, Olympic Games and rugby competitions, have developed into solid the travel industry attracts and of themselves, contributing altogether to the host objective's travel industry profile. Major Sports event and tourism are intertwined and mutually beneficial. Qatar has host many of mega sport event and next year will host FIFA World Cup 2022. Urban regeneration is one of the benefits of mega event in Qatar. The purpose of this study is to analyze West Bay North Beach Project development that has been launched in April 2021. A total of 15 Arabic and English press content were collected from different websites. - 12 beaches operate by hotels in one area. - Project contains three phases: First phase includes open beach number 7 to beach number 12, which are now open. - Second phase contains beaches number 1 to 3 and beach number 6 and will be open in second quartiles of 2021. Third phase includes beaches number 4 and 5, and it will be available in 2023. - Length of two-kilometer cycle path. - Walkway of 1.5 km length and 8 meters width. - Access public transit across 36 stations, with buses running every 12 minutes from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The North Beach Project in West Bay is planned to become a major new sport tourist attraction. An exceptional tourist attraction in Doha Downtown by building up a interconnected organization of the general population and business exercises, associating it to the encompassing regions through open transportation, person on foot ways, and cycling paths from the Corniche to Lusail. The limitation of the study is a few information has been published about the project.