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The Musical Fountain of Kuwait was built in 1983 within an area of 16,000 m2. It offers an aesthetic sense of enjoyment to its spectators using lights, water, and music. Features: This musical piece of architecture is established in a park that…

Initially, the house of Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah served as the foremost place for the museum in Kuwait. However, explorations in the Failaka Island demanded a place to house the valuable findings, and thus the residence of the Al-Sabah family…

Meant for environmental education coupled with pleasure and joy, the Scientific Center of Kuwait was established by the initiative of Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in 1992. The Center reveals the advancement and position of Kuwait in the…

Are you looking for a decampment from the stressful city life? The Khiran Resort paves the way for it. The resort established in 1987, is the perfect site for a holiday, far from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life. Far from the city and the…

The Tower being the 2nd tallest structure of Kuwait and the 5th tallest telecommunication tower in the world is 372m high. Though originally designated as The Kuwait Telecommunications Tower, the halt of its construction during the Iraqi invasion…

Formed in August 1986, and with an area comprising 73,000 m2, the Messilah Beach is considered to have the biggest shores of Kuwait. The TEC (Touristic Enterprises Company) coordinates some of the activities conducted at the beach. Location: Off the…

Winner of the Guinness Records for the world’s largest wooden boat, the majestic maritime artifact stands in its entire splendor rising high above the Radisson Blu Hotel. Though Hashemi II reflects the marine passion of the Kuwaiti ancestors, her…

The Grand Mosque is undoubtedly the largest and the official mosque of Kuwait that was built in 1986. Also known as Masjid Al-Kabeer, the mosque has the tallest minaret among the 800 mosques, reaching up to a height of 74m. The traditional Islamic…

The symbol of modern Kuwait, inaugurated in 1977 and opened 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…

The museum commemorates the bloodshed of 24th February 1991 between the Iraqi troops and Kuwaiti freedom fighters, the Al-Massilah group. After the liberation, the Al-Qurain house was declared to be a museum by the then Amir, Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad…