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Travel Guide To Kuwait City 

Located at the shore of the Persian Gulf, Kuwait City is the largest city and the capital of Kuwait. The boundary of this city stretches 462kms and the coastline of this city is 499kms long. Kuwait city lies at the sixth rank in the list of world’s biggest oil reserves and that is why the economy of this country is petroleum based. The currency of this country is Kuwaiti Dinar which is the most valued currency in the world.

This city is known for its rich oil reserves and the phenomenal infrastructure. The Al Hamra Tower is the tallest tower of the country and in the list of the sculpted towers in the world, this is the 15th tallest tower. Another amazing landmark of this city is the Liberation Tower which is one of the world’s tallest structures and 2nd tallest in the country, a revolving restaurant adds into the utmost sophistication of the tower. Camel racing is another highlighted feature of this city. This very city was the very first city to begin camel racing with robotic jockeys on the back of the camels.

This is a Muslim city and the Muslim laws are followed in every corner of the city. The majority population of the country resides in Kuwait city. It is one of the fastest cities in the world and has a very high standard of living. An interesting fact about this city is that Kuwaitis here are in a minority and almost 80% of the working force is non-Kuwaiti.

However, to visit Kuwait city, the travelers must make sure that they do not go there in the summers, as this city is one of the hottest cities on Earth in summers. However, tourism in Kuwait city has increased due to the modern structures, towers and skyscrapers, the historical sights and amazing shopping experience. So when we discuss what to do in Kuwait city, we have a lot of options to choose from.

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8.9 Very good

Marina Hotel

Salmiya, Kuwait City

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Marina Hotel

Kuwait City

8.09528 Very good

JW Marriott Hotel Kuwait City

Al-shuhada Street Safat 13124, Kuwait City

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JW Marriott Hotel Kuwait City

Kuwait City

8.4431 Very good

Radisson Blu Hotel Kuwait

Al Bida Road Al Taoun Street Salwa P O Box 26199, Kuwait City

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$237.51 ^

Radisson Blu Hotel Kuwait

Kuwait City

9.02655 Superb

Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait At Burj Alshaya

Al Soor Street Al Merqab, Kuwait City

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Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait At Burj Alshaya

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  • Kuwait Towers
  • The Liberation Tower
  • Al Kout Beach
  • Dhow Harbour
  • Doha Village in Kuwait
  • Failaka Island
  • Grand Mosque
  • Green Island
  • The Scientific Center
  • Entertainment City
  • Aqua Park
  • Kuwait International Airport
  • Sharq
  • Rai
  • Jabriya
  • Hawally
  • Bi'di'

Travelogged

Monday 14, 2019

I visited Kuwait even though my friends said that there was nothing to see. I went there and I was taken aback by the fact that Kuwait City was one of the most modern cities that I’ve ever been to. The modern architect dominate the skyline. Other than the skyscrapers, I really enjoyed visiting the mirror house, it was a unique place for me. Grand Mosque of Kuwait, Kuwait Invasion Museum, Kuwait National Museum and the Sadu House were some of the most highlighted attractions I visited during my visit to this so called “dry” place!

travelcanvas

Monday 14, 2019

My husband decided to visit Kuwait City in the winter months and I was impressed with what he chose. The city was warm even in the cold months and the shopping was top-notch. The hotels were all super luxurious. It is a decent place to stay for a maximum of 2 days.

PaigePropulsion

Monday 14, 2019

Didn’t know that I will love Kuwait City this much. Such a peaceful place to be in and so many luxurious hotels. The unique skyscrapers such as Kuwait towers were worth praising. However, there were not many sites to explore.