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Public Transportation in Kuwait

Kuwait City has no shortage of transport options for both tourists and business travelers. Although there are no trains, Kuwait has a well-developed road network and public transport is restricted to buses and taxis. Plans are in the process of building a railway network in the future, but at present, buses, cars or taxis are the only public transit means available in Kuwait.

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Grand Mosque Kuwait

Located in the heart of Kuwait 's capital, the Grand Mosque is the largest and most official mosque in Kuwait, meaning that even formal religious ceremonies are held in this mosque. Local people call the mosque 'Al-Masjid Al-Kabir.'

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Weather Forecast in Kuwait

Kuwait 's climate lies in the Arabian Gulf, with hot summers and cool winters. Temperatures are coolest around December and March while northerly winds prevail.

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Kuwait Towers

Kuwait Towers is a group of three slender towers that symbolize Kuwait's economic growth, as well as the town's cultural and tourist attractions. While there are three towers, the structure is often referred to as the Kuwait tower in singular.

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