Kuwait is the king of deserts and skyscrapers. A small Kuwaiti country in the Middle East is covered by deserts, has no significant natural treasures, only an endless desert, oil fields and several oases. Nevertheless, travels to Kuwait richly attract the travelers from all over the world.
One of the main attraction centers is Kuwait’s capital. Modern water towers of Kuwait City playfully enter into a panorama of the city and create a charming city view. Another symbol of the country is Kuwaiti Tower of Freedom, even 40 meters higher than the French Eiffel. Walking around you will be surprised not only of futuristic city skyscrapers and buildings but also enchanting mosques. In the end, walking between green Kuwait’s palm avenues and multicolored flower gardens, it’s hard to believe that such a green city face can be created in a desert.
The second thing that fascinates in Kuwait, is the natural and artificial islands. The small island of Failaka becomes a tourist island in which hotels are located and museums open their doors. The island of Bubiyan is unoccupied, but it can be reached by a bridge connecting the island to Kuwait. If you are craving for a relaxing holiday, it’s worth choosing Green Island. It is an artificial island, the shape of which resembles a hollow circle. It offers plenty of luxury hotels with a variety of activities, including pools, beaches, and the highest tower of the island and the panoramic view of the artificial island that opens up. There are also many greenery parks and tree avenues here, which creates a pleasant refreshment. There are a lot of entertainment for children, so it’s often a place for family vacation.