This unique mall comprises of retail mall, offices, hotel, and parking spaces. It is also the headquarter of Olympic Council for Asia.
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The symbol of modern Kuwait inaugurated in 1977 and made open to the public in 1979, the Kuwait towers won the Aga Khan Award for architecture in 1980. The towers were designed by a Swedish architectural firm at the request of the then Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad for a more attractive design than the other water towers which are elsewhere in Kuwait. The towers were then constructed by a Yugoslavian company. Features: The first tower, 187 m high, has 2 spheres – a smaller Viewing Sphere which rotates 360° in 30 minutes providing a panoramic view of Kuwait, and a lower Main Sphere which houses a restaurant, café, lounge and a reception hall (dasman) in its upper half and a water tank of 4,500m3 in its lower half. Entrance fee: K.D. 2 The second tower, 147 m tall, holds in its spherical reservoir 1 million gallons of water. The third and shortest of the three, 113 m, serves to illuminate the towers and the surrounding areas. Located in Kuwait city, on the Gulf Street, and stands on a promontory that projects into the Persian Gulf
An entertaining place, the Kuwait zoo is also informative for its visitors with a collection of about 1800 variety of animals. Though it had to be put up with extensive damages during the Iraqi war, the zoo was made accessible to the public in 1993 after some renovations and the addition of a few more new collections of animals. Location : Airport Rd, Omariya Features : Spread over an area of 180,000 m2, the zoo is divided into: Animal section, Cultural center and life sciences division, Services and maintenance section, and Veterinary clinic. A vast diversity of animal, bird and reptile species is housed in the animal section. A mini train goes around the zoo offering a comfortable and fun filled ride to its passengers. The zoo also has in its confines about 3 restaurants. Entrance fee : K.D. 0.500 (K.D. 0.250 for the train) Visiting hours : Winter: 8:00a.m. – 8:00p.m. Summer: 8:00a.m. – 12:00 noon, 4:00p.m. – 8:00p.m. Entrance fee : K.D. 0.500 (K.D. 0.250 for the train)