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Spiritual and stylish Kuwait

Book flights to Kuwait and be ushered into a blissful oasis in the heart of the desert, entering a destination that mixes gleaming modernity with ancient Islamic tradition.

Sitting at the top of the Arabian Gulf, Kuwait is an intriguing, mystifying country that offers a lot for tourists. It’s one of the best places to experience authentic Arab culture and mouthwatering Middle Eastern cuisine.

The capital, Kuwait City, is your gateway for exploring the country. Equal parts stylish and spiritual, luxury hotels and expansive shopping malls sit side by side with stunning mosques and palaces. Marvel at the iconic Kuwait Towers, or haggle for bargains at the bustling souq marketplaces.

Browse the numerous museums and art galleries or escape to the coast for a day at the beach.

Book flight tickets to Kuwait with Etihad Airways today and begin your journey of discovery to this fascinating corner of the world.

What’s the weather like in Kuwait?

What’s the weather like in Kuwait?

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November to April is when the weather is cooler and generally more pleasant in Kuwait. January is the coldest month with lows of around 8°C.

June to August brings blazing temperatures that can reach well over 40°C and remain above 30°C even at night. There is very little rain throughout the year.

Flying to Kuwait with Etihad

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Kuwait City (KWI)

Flying to Kuwait International Airport (KWI) is the best way to start your journey around this small but fascinating nation. Located in the striking capital city, you’ll find yourself just moments from modern shopping centres, prominent galleries, magnificent museums and historic religious sites.

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Reasons to visit Kuwait

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Discover retail heaven

Shopping lovers can rejoice when visiting Kuwait, because this is the ideal place to indulge in retail therapy. The country is home to one of the largest shopping centres in the Middle East – The Avenues – as well as numerous other malls offering a myriad of designer boutiques and high street names.

Those who are after a more traditional shopping experience, meanwhile, should head to one of the authentic Arabian souqs – where you can haggle with traders in the heady, spice-infused air.

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Go island hopping

Kuwait’s location on the shores of the Gulf means it has miles of beautiful coastline to explore. Stroll through the paths and parks overlooking the water in Kuwait City, or relax on one of its many pristine beaches.

If you’re feeling adventurous, take a boat tour to Kubbar Island to enjoy scuba diving among coral reefs in translucent waters. Alternatively, grab a ticket to Failaka Island to explore traditional villages and ancient archaeological ruins in one of Kuwait’s most historically significant locations.

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Explore mystical desert plains

Leave the city lights behind you for a day trip to remember with a truly unforgettable Kuwaiti experience in the wonderful wilderness. Set off on a magical camel ride across the vast expanse of sand dunes, or get your adrenaline pumping on a thrilling quad bike tour or SUV safari.

To round off the guided trip, spend a night camping in the peaceful silence, eating traditional food, swapping campfire stories and gazing up at the endless canopy of stars.

Things to know before you fly to Kuwait

currency Currency

The currency in Kuwait is the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD), which is made up 1000 Fils. ATMs are commonplace and credit cards are widely accepted.

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Arabic is the official language of Kuwait. However, English is widely understood and often used in business and the tourism industry.

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Kuwait uses the three-pin flat plug (type G), which is the same as the one used in countries such as the UK. The standard voltage is 240V.

charities Cultural considerations

Kuwait is a traditional Islamic country and visitors are expected to follow and respect local customs. This includes dressing modestly and refraining from alcohol.

Flying to Kuwait: FAQs

How do I get from Kuwait International Airport (KWI) to the city centre?

Kuwait International Airport (KWI) is located on the outskirts of the capital city. The city centre can be reached in about 30 minutes, depending on traffic. You can arrange a smooth transfer with Etihad in advance. Alternatively, you can take a taxi. You should agree a price with the driver before setting off, as meters are generally not used.

How many days should I spend in Kuwait?

As a relatively small country, it’s possible to see some of Kuwait’s main highlights in a few days. But to really take in everything it has to offer, and explore the coast and desert attractions beyond Kuwait City, you might want to consider a stay of a week to ensure you don’t miss anything.

What is Kuwait known for?

Kuwait is perhaps the least commercialised and most modest of the Arabian countries, with romantic desert plains peppered with unspoiled towns and villages.

Why we love Kuwait

“A big part of Kuwait’s appeal is that it does not feel like a ‘tourist trap’ – you get this really strong sense of authenticity wherever you go. It’s a great place for shopping too. You’ll love exploring the traditional souqs before spending an afternoon at Marina Beach.”

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