Kuwait City is the capital and largest city of Kuwait. It sits on the shores of the Persian Gulf, and is a mixture of exclusive Western-style hotels, designer shopping malls, traditional Islamic architecture, street markets, and still war-torn buildings.
There are many tourist attractions, sights and lots of fun things to do in Kuwait City while on vacation in the city.
Come and see the Kuwait Towers, Kuwait’s main attraction.
Escape the intense heat of the Middle East by visiting the Aqua Park near the Kuwait Towers, which offers a variety of modern rides and pools. Or visit the Zoological Park and the Musical Fountain.
Go shopping at the Kuwait City Fish Market, The Avenues or Souk Al-Mubarakiya, Kuwait’s old market.
Visit the War Museum which depicts a somewhat gory view of Kuwait on the Iraqi invasion or the Liberation Monument.
Or make a stop by the Science and Natural History Museum.
One can also walk along many of the well-kept sidewalks that line the coast of Kuwait.
At dusk, it’s ideal to sit on a bench across from the Sharq Mall and watch the sun set on the Arabian Sea.
If you are not quite ready to end your day just because the sun has set you should go out and experience the uniqueness of the Kuwait nightlife. There is no alcohol allowed in Kuwait, but you can still have a great time, enjoy a good meal and have a nice coffee at a café, or go to a restaurant or the movies.
November to April is the best time to visit Kuwait, when day temperatures come down to 18ºC (64 ºF) and nights are colder. All year round there are plenty of things to do in Kuwait City, but it is particularly impressive to visit Kuwait during February when the Hala February Festival, National Day and Liberation Day are all celebrated.
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