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Kuwait Visitors Guide

Nowadays the old expression 'in Kuwait there's nothing to do' hardly ever applies. There are so many places to go, stuff to do, markets, food to eat and events to attend. None of the things below are perfect for small children, but you'll see destinations when you have visitors coming to Kuwait.

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Taking Your Pets in Kuwait

It is not very usual for a Kuwaiti to have a pet, as they have long been considered unclean, although attitudes have recently changed. When you are taking your pet you need to make sure that your housing is sufficient for them to remain indoors for much of the time and the pet micro chipping is necessary.

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List Of Expat Schools In Kuwait

Most schools in Kuwait are public schools which teach in Arabic. There are some colleges within Indian CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education), British, American, and French systems, or a mix of languages.

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Languages spoken in Kuwait

Kuwait is one of the Arab countries in the world and therefore, Arabic is the main language. The nation hosts a large immigrant workforce, especially from Asia, who use English alongside their mother tongues. Expatriates account for 70 per cent of the Kuwaiti population, which translates into the increasing linguistic diversity of the country. Tourists who visit Kuwait are encouraged to learn at least a few words from Arabic.

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