Kuwait, officially the state of Kuwait. Placed in the northern edge of Eastern Arabia at the Persian Gulf tip, it shares borders with Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Here are some of the best attractions:
A symbol of economic revival in Kuwait, the towers were built a year after Kuwait's independence from England. A mixture of traditional Islamic design with latest architecture, the towers are often matched to the slender minarets of the mosques of Bukhara and Samarkhand.
Relax by waters, sun bathe, stroll around enjoying the chill sea breeze or get moving with the different water sports. Al Kout is one of the top beaches in Kuwait, although crowded since this is a domestic favouirte as well, the serenity of the sands and calm of the blue water is beckoning.
Tareq Rajab Museum
Get submerged in history and transported back in time in this little scale museum housed in the basement of a villa in Jabriya. The wonderful collection here contains gold and silver jewellery, ceramics, Islamic arts, glass and metal works, pottery, costumes, manuscripts, Bahraini pearls, and a lot more. The museum is divided into Area B and Area A.
The distance of Kuwait flights from Dubai is 852 kilometers.
The common Dubai to Kuwait flight time is an hour and 48 minutes.
There are 135 direct flights from Dubai to Kuwait.
Emirates offers thirty-one percent of the non-stop flights between Kuwait and Dubai.
The cheap day to fly from Dubai to Kuwait is on Wednesday.
There are four airlines who fly non-stop from Dubai to Kuwait.
Generally the excellent time to book Dubai to Kuwait flights is 2 months in advance. And the cheap days to fly are Wednesday, Tuesdays, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most costly.
• Dubai is 531 miles from Kuwait.
• The most famous airline flying from Dubai to Kuwait is Kuwait Airways.
• London, UK - Heathrow Airport is the most famous link for one stop cheapest flights Dubai to Kuwait.