Information for Travelers
Kuwait, an Arab country on the Persian Gulf, has a long cultural tradition that dates back to ancient times.
Officially known as the 'State of Kuwait', the Middle Eastern nation is synonymous with skyscrapers overlooking the pristine Persian Gulf.
The capital, Kuwait City, is known for its modern architecture, which includes both skyscrapers and the impressive Kuwait Towers, water towers shaped like the tiled domes of a classical mosque.
Situated between the countries of Saudi Arabia and Iraq, Kuwait can remind you of sky-kissing buildings, impeccable architecture, azure waters and an expansive coastline.
From amazing tank sharks for marine wildlife enthusiasts to guided tours of the Grand Mosque for the regular traveler.
The country has much more to offer tourists.
The Tareq Rajab Museum has a world-class collection of ethnographic exhibits and Islamic art.
Also spelled 'Hawally' and former home to countless Palestinians, Hawalli is one of Kuwait's six provinces.
Today, a melting pot of cultures, it is inhabited by Iraqis, Syrians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Lebanese and Indians.
Geographically, this large city is in the eastern part of the country.
It is this geographic location that also makes this governorate so beautiful.
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