Kuwait combines traditional Islamism and contemporary oil wealth. Kuwait travel allows you to explore this city-state , which has re-established itself after the devastating Iraqi invasion of the 1990s.
Kuwait City is a buzzing metropolis of high-rise hotels and wide boulevards that hide souks and mosques that hint at the country's Bedouin past. Climb the celebrated triple towers for the finest views of the city, which stands like an oasis amidst the desert.
Travel out of the capital to see the Red Fort, a low rectangular mud structure built around a large open courtyard and Failaka Island, the country's main archaeological site, which can be reached by ferry.