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Things To Consider Before Moving To Kuwait

1.   Kuwait May Be Hotter Than Any Other Country
When people think about the Middle East, I am sure they picture a vast desert with a scorching sun and this is valid to some degree. Kuwait consists largely of the sandy Arabian Desert, with a very minimal urban area. After growing up in a tropical city in South Africa I thought I was prepared for the heat but I was still taken by surprise.

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Gold Souqs in Kuwait

The Middle East is extremely common to buy gold jewelry, and particularly Kuwait is renowned for its fine gold decorations. Whether you can buy or not, a walk through the gleaming gold souqs is a must when you're visiting Kuwait.

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Kuwait National Museum

The Kuwait National Museum is a true representation of Kuwait Heritage, situated between the Seif Palace and the National Assembly along Arabian Gulf Route.

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National bank of Kuwait (NBK)

National bank of Kuwait (NBK) was the first national bank in Kuwait and the entire Arabian Gulf region established in 1952. All the board members and the founders of NBK were renowned merchants of Kuwaiti origin. NBK was established with a capital of 13,100 shares, each valued 1,000 Indian rupees – equivalent to 75 Kuwaiti dinars today. Over the years NBK has proved itself to be a financial leader in the Arab world.

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