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Many people wonder where they may take their visiting friends to when they come to visit Kuwait. Well, we made your life easy.

Below is a tour guide for a 5 day stay in Kuwait. Follow it, and enjoy the ride!

 Photo taken by Mohamed Abdullah

Day 1:

11 am: Kuwait Towers

1pm-Lunch: Al Noukitha restaurant- Al Shaab Area

3pm: Coffee in Marina Crescent- Marina Mall

5pm: A walk in Souk Al Mubarakiya

8pm: Dinner- Solo Napolitana

 

Day 2:

Breakfast- Burj Al Hamam

11am: National Museum + Modern Arts Museum

1pm: Lunch- Nerranje

3pm: Coffee in Scientific Center

5pm: A walk along the coast

8pm: Dinner- Edo Japanese

 

Day 3:

11am: Beit Dickson

1pm: Lunch- Villa Fairuz- Avenues

3pm: Coffee in the mall

5pm: A visit to Kuwait University- Khaldiya campus

8pm: Dinner- Baking Tray

 

Day 4:

11am: Al Hamra Tower

1pm: lunch- Al Seif Strip

3pm: Coffee in Al Salhiya

5pm: A visit to al Safat Square + Dirwazat Abdelrazag

8pm: Dinner- Cucina Missoni Restaurant

 

Day 5:

9am: Al Ahmadi Town

1pm: Lunch- 360 Garden

3pm: Flying Simulation Experience in 360

5pm: Coffee in the mall

8pm: Dinner- The village

 

HOPE YOU ENJOYED YOUR STAY IN KUWAIT. WISH YOU A PLEASANT AND SAFE TRIP BACK HOME.

For comments and inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact us on info@archofkuwait.com

 

 

Below is a list of information that would be handy for you during your stay here with us.

Cultural/ landmarks to visit

Beit Dickson
Tareq Rajab Museum
National Museum- Beit al Bader
Kuwait Towers
Al Mubarakiya
Modern Arts Museum
Al Hamra Tower
Safat Square
Adbelrazag  Dirwaza
Scientific Center
The National Assembly
Kuwait Gates- Al Jahra Gate- Sheraton Roundabout
Fish Market
Youm Al Bahar
Friday Market

Malls

Al Salhiya
Avenues
Marina Mall & Crescent
Souk Sharq
360 Mall

Restaurants

Ubon
Nerranje
Yaldez Palace Restaurant
Al Marsa
Al Noukhitha
Baking Tray
Cocoa Room
Prime and Toast
Solo
Melenzane
Tatami Japanese Restaurant
The village
Spoons
Haleeb oo Heil
Dalag S-heil
The Gaucho Grill
Fireej Sweileh
Mohsen- Egyptian Seafood
Al Boom Restaurant
Posh Cafe
Chocolate Bar
Life with Cocoa
Early Bird
Oum Habib
Maki
Slider Station

 

Galleries

Gallery Tilal
Dar Al Funoon
Dar Al Athar Al Islamiya
Americani Cultural Center
Al American Cultural Center
FA Gallery
Al M Gallery
Sultan Gallery
CAP- Contemporary Art Platform
360 Exhibition Hall
Classic & Vintage Cars Museum

 

Activities:

Paintball
Shooting Range
Camping
Failaka Island
Hilton Mangaf-Chalet rental
Soap Soccer- Green Island
IMAX- Scientific Center
Entertainment City- Doha
Shaab Leisure Park- Al Shaab Area

 

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  2. Naif says:

    Tourism in Kuwait is similar to tourism in Saudi Arabia,depending on the city in Saudi Arabia.We have lots of tourism in Saudi Arabia.
    The 3 main cities in Saudi Arabia are Jeddah,Riyadh,Dammam we can’t forget Mecca and Medina the holiest places on earth,I really like Saudi Arabia.& I like Kuwait :)

  3. Tom says:

    These references are great… However, it’s important to emphasize that for any travelers originating from outside the GCC/ MENA region that:

    A) there is no public transport worth mentioning in Kuwait so, unless you already know someone in town or plan to rely on taxis (which don’t have meters, and can involve some tricky negotiations), it’s very difficult to get around as, even by foot, it remains almost impossible to cross a street the center of the city; and

    B) the entry visa process at Kuwait Airport is unfortunately a true nightmare to any travelers (business and tourism) originating from outside the region, and seems to get even more confusing every time I fly in. It needs to be resolved quickly if you wish to have people visiting the country more than once…

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