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Things to do in Kuwait
Kuwait City - take a trip to Messila Beach
Melissa Beach in Kuwait City is one of the most popular and nicest beaches in the country. The beach is not just about relaxing on the sand and enjoying the blue waters but also enjoying the traditional dancing that often takes place and surprise performances from renowned local singers. During the summer the beach is reserved for women only on Saturdays, Mondays and Wednesdays.
Kuwait City - have a splashing, cool, fun family day at the Aqua Park
With the high temperatures of Kuwait, it is no surprise that a water park should be so popular. The Aqua Park in Kuwait City is an ideal place for the families to cool down and enjoy the large number of slides and chutes. It was opened in 1995, and was the first, and still is one of the largest water parks in the Arab Gulf region. The park is open from April to October, with Wednesdays being reserved solely for women.
Introduction of Kuwait
Though better known as the site of invasions by warring US and Iraqi troops, Kuwait offers travellers an interesting introduction to the Muslim world. Kuwait City boasts the modern Grand Mosque, which can house over 5,500 people. The Swedish-designed Kuwait Towers is the city’s most obvious sight, rising up 187m into the sky. The tallest tower has an observation deck in its upper globe. Mosques and souks typical of traditional Muslim lifestyle are found in cities and villages throughout Kuwait. Al-Jahra is a war memorial, with the Red Fort from a 1920 battle with Saudi Arabia, as well as a historical role in the Gulf War. Travellers should check the current political situation before traveling as violence can erupt.