Kuwait is a sovereign Arab state situated in the northeast of the Arabian Peninsula in Western Asia. It is bordered by Iraq to the north and west, Saudi Arabia to the south, and the Persian Gulf to the east. Kuwait is divided into six governorates, with Kuwait City as the capital. A small emirate nestled between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Kuwait is situated in a section of one of the driest, least-hospitable deserts on Earth. Its shore, however, includes Kuwait Bay, a deep harbour on the Persian Gulf. There, in the 18th century, Bedouin from the interior founded a trading post. Kuwait is known for its home-grown tradition of theatre. Kuwait is the only Arab country in the Persian Gulf region with a theatrical tradition. The Arabic theatrical movement in Kuwait constitutes a major part of the country’s Arabic cultural life. 

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Kuwait has the world’s lowest death rate with 2.2 per 1,000 people. Kuwait is the only Gulf state with an elected National Assembly. Unlike Saudi Arabia, Kuwait has a ruling family rather than a royal family. Geographically, this large city area lies in the eastern part of the country. It is this geographic location that also results in this governorate being so beautiful. The fact that it is located in Persian Gulf’s inlet should give you a fair idea, and no wonder that it’s on our Kuwait tourist places list. Embosoming umpteen fascinating natural and man-made wonders, Kuwait is a beautiful country in the middle-east. From tranquil beaches, mesmerizing landscapes, historical attractions, mosques, lavish hotels, and fascinating marketplaces, the country has it all for a perfect holiday experience.