Kuwait, an overview
Since ancient times, the State of Kuwait has served as the gateway to the Middle East. It lies at the northwest corner of the Arabian Gulf. it is due to this unique geographical location that it became a link between the east and west. This made Kuwait, and specifically its most prominent island Failaka, an anchorage area for trade ships. Within a few decades following the discovery of oil, a nation of fishermen, pearl divers and traders has transformed into a modern and developed country.
Modern day Kuwait has much to offer 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. However; of the Kuwaiti landmarks, the Kuwait Towers are the most famous. These are situated on the Arabian Gulf Street and include a restaurant with a breathtaking view in the topmost sphere of the largest tower. The weather of the country is characterized by long, hot and dry summers and short, cool and sometimes rainy winters. The Kuwaiti Dinar (KD) is the official currency, and is equal to about 3.5 U.S. dollars.
Salwa Sabah Hall, Marina Hotel Kuwait
This beachfront hotel, set in Salmiya boulevard, lies 5 km from The Scientific Center Kuwait and 10 km from the striking Al Hamra Tower. The airy, contemporary rooms and suites have balconies with gulf views, minibars and tea and coffeemakers. All also feature flat-screens and free Wi-Fi, while some add direct pool or beach access. Rooms service is available, and upgraded suites offer butler service (fee).
Arabian Gulf St, Salmiya
Phone: +965 2223 0030
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