A small country in the northeast of the Arabian Peninsula. The entire economic and cultural life of the country is concentrated in the capital — Kuwait City. In recent decades, the country’s economy has been actively developing, the city has been under construction. It has many modern buildings, shopping centers, museums. The Persian Gulf coast and nearby islands allow tourists to spend time on comfortable beaches. Water sports, diving are popular types of recreation on them.
The state is Islamic. All monuments and museums represent the treasures and achievements accumulated by its culture. The architecture has a national flavor, but in a modern stylish design. There are many record—breaking objects: the tallest towers and skyscrapers, the largest ships and fountains.
Nature is not rich, there is a desert around the capital. In Kuwait City, certain areas are being actively landscaped, and they are modern oases. The cuisine is traditionally Arabic, there is a lot of meat in all kinds and legumes with spices (hummus, falafel). A rich selection of seafood (fish, oysters). There is a dry law in the country. Souvenirs can be gold jewelry, spices and oils. A popular tourist product is a smaller copy of the famous ship Al Hashemi II. As memorabilia, you can buy a wide variety of figurines of the eagle, the symbol of Kuwait, or traditional Bedouin clothing.