General Information

Kuwait officially known as the State of Kuwait, has a strategic geographical location along the Arabian Gulf, making it a key Middle East Business Hub. It shares its border with Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Its vibrant economy positions it at the forefront in the region, especially since Kuwait has the world's fifth largest oil reserves and is ranked as the fourth-richest country in the world in terms of per capita income.

Kuwait City is one of the most modern cities on the Arabian Gulf. Today, the metropolitan is still an oasis in a land of desert plains with excellent museums, new beach resorts, extravagant restaurants, modern shopping malls and marinas.

Tourist Attractions

Modern day Kuwait has much to offer to its visitors. The city is home to a large variety of shopping malls, which serve as the basis of Kuwaiti social life. Famous malls include Marina Mall, the 360 Mall, and its largest yet, The Avenues Mall. The historical landmarks in Kuwait are an embellishment to its modern skyline; these include, the Grand Mosque, Dickson House and the Tareq-Rajab Museum. You can visit the Old Souq and the beaches of Failaka and Green Island which enchant tourists from around the world.
Kuwait Towers
It is the symbol of Kuwait and the most famous landmark of the country, designed to resemble traditional Arabian rose water sprinklers. Situated on the Arabian Gulf Street with a breath taking view in the topmost sphere of the largest tower hosts a revolving observation platform and restaurant.
The Scientific Centre, Kuwait
This was a gift to the people of Kuwait from the late Emir Sheikh Jabir Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al Sabah. There are 3 main attractions; the Imax theatre, Discovery Place and The Aquarium. The Aquarium is considered to be one of the largest in the Middle East.