Asaluyeh is a city in and the capital of Asaluyeh County, in Bushehr Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 4,746, in 875 families.
Located on the shore of the Persian Gulf some 270 km SE of the provincial capital of Bushehr, it is best known as the site for the land-based facilities of the huge PSEEZ (Pars Special Energy Economic Zone) project. The town itself is of minor significance, although it is common practice to refer to PSEEZ (established 1998) and Asaluyeh town collectively as Asaluyeh.
Asaluyeh was chosen as the site of the PSEEZ facilities due to it being the closest land point to the largest natural gas field in the world, the South Pars / North Dome Gas-Condensate field. In addition, an existing airport and direct access to international waters via a deepwater port were already present.
The new Persian Gulf International Airport (IATA code: YEH) opened to traffic in July 2006, replacing the original temporary airport.
Visiting Asaluyeh needs a one day tour without accommodation.
The tour in this city starts with Asaluyeh Bazaar. As the sites that we want to see for today is located out of a city, we start our trip with city central tour.
After Bazaar we going to visit Asaluyeh Port and Beach. We will enjoy lunch in a beach restaurant located in this area.
After lunch, we will visit the Naiband National Park and Beach. We will enjoy this area until evening.
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