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Aqua Park

Aqua Park

Aqua Park is the first water park in the Gulf and among the biggest in the region. Located on the Arab Gulf Street, adjacent to Kuwait Towers, the huge aquatic city, Aqua Park spreads over an area of 60,000 square meters. The Aqua Park is a true entertainment for families, there are many things to do at Aqua Park such as several water and fun games, swimming pool areas for adults and kids, scuba diving, volleyball courts, and other amenities including separate Mosques for men and women. The ticket price increased this year to KD 4.750.

Kuwait Zoo

Kuwait Zoo

The Kuwait Zoo is a major attraction for both, the locals and tourists alike. The zoo is a very entertaining place and it is often visited by families. Kuwait Zoo is one of those places that will keep the visitors spell-bounded every time they see the animals and it's a whole lot bigger and better experience.

Kuwait Towers

Kuwait Towers

The next thing to do at Kuwait City is to visit the city's icon: Kuwait Towers. The Kuwait Towers delightfully suggest a combination of traditional Islamic design and modern architectural themes, with comparisons being made to blue-tiled mosques and slender minarets of Samarkand and Bukhara. Kuwait Towers is a group of three slender towers that symbolizes Kuwait's economic resurgence and also World cultural as well as touristic landmark. The structure is often referred to as Kuwait tower in singular although there are three towers.

Travelling to Kuwait City, Kuwait

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Kuwait City is the capital and largest city of Kuwait. Kuwait City is a bustling metropolis of high-rise office buildings, luxury hotels, wide boulevards and well-tended parks and gardens. Its seaport is used by oil tankers, cargo ships and many pleasure craft. Its most dominant landmarks are the Kuwait Towers. Kuwait City is not, however, an attractive city to visit as much of the architecture and its general feel is one of sand-blown dustiness. It attracts a lot of tourists every year with so many things to do at Kuwait City.

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Kuwait City Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets to the major attractions can be purchased on the spot. There are some attractions that sell tickets online, but most of their websites are in Arabic. The best way to get your tickets is to go to your destination and buy your tickets there.

How To Get Around?

The two most typical ways of traveling around Kuwait are by bus or taxi. Kuwait has a cheap local bus network but the routes are designed for residents, not tourists. The points of interest are normally about a 10 minute walk from the nearest bus stop so it is not a major problem. Taxis are relatively expensive, especially when traveling outside of city areas. If you want to explore or go on a long journey, it is better to agree on the rate in advance.

What Should I Wear?

Since Kuwait City is a conservative Muslim city, it is recommended that you dress conservatively. Wear long pants and cover your shoulders when you are outside. It is very hot in Kuwait City, so bring your sunscreen and sunglasses as well.

Kuwait City Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to travel to Kuwait is either in the spring (between March and May) or during autumn (September and October). The temperatures are milder and there is little rain and these are the best months for enjoying Kuwait's beaches.

Currency

Kuwaiti Dinar (KD)

Will I Need a Guide?

No, with Kuwait City's efficient transport services, there is no possibility of losing your way. You can find everything helpful on this website as well.

How To Get There?

There are both international and domestic flights at Kuwait International Airport. Express bus X3 connects the airport with the city center, and runs every hour including nights. Ticket can be purchased on-board. If you come from nearby cities, The Kuwait Public Transport Company (KPTC) and CityBus run buses in and around Kuwait City.

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