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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.

There are hundreds of preschools, nurseries, and day-care centers for children in Kuwait. Montessori offers equally diverse approaches, learning by play, Arabic, bilingual, English , French and various curricula.

Kuwait is home to an growing abundance of local bookshops and public libraries. Most include both Arabic and English books to the adults and children. Below is a compilation of NewHilite 's favorite bookshops, as well as all the public libraries in Kuwait.

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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Oil Industry In Kuwait

The Kuwaiti oil industry is a prosperous oil field. The petroleum industry is Kuwait's largest sector, which accounts for almost half of the country 's GDP.

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Living Expenses in Kuwait

The cost of living in Kuwait to an average West expatriate is more or less equal to that of most European nations. The average cost of living index of Kuwait City is equivalent to that of middle cost living locations.

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Shake Shack Kuwait

Shake Shack is a hip; modern day, "roadside" casual burger eatery that operates at more than 249 locations both domestically and internationally. They are typically found in standalone restaurants and malls. The Business plans to have more than 320 sites by 2020.

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