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Eid Al Adha in Kuwait: A Guide for Expatriates

Here is what you need to know about Kuwait's Eid Al Adha
In all Islamic countries there are two common holidays which Muslims celebrate worldwide: Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha.

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Kuwait Zoo

The Kuwait Zoo represents a major draw for both locals and visitors alike. The zoo is a fun place to visit, and families visit regularly. Kuwait Zoo is one of those places where tourists will remain spell-bound once they see the animals, and it's a whole lot bigger and better.

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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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The Gate Mall Shopping Mall

Shopping mall typically attracts enthusiastic customers from around the world. If you want to enjoy delicious Kuwaiti gastronomic shopping, visit the Gate Store. You'll enjoy a modern shopping experience while visiting this venue.

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