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Flights to Kuwait City, where petroleum is king.
One of the city’s major landmarks are its Kuwait Towers. Fittingly in such a desert climate, they hold water and the contrast between their sharp spires and globular vessels, covered in round, reflective blues and greens, is striking. The Seif Palace also uses blue on its watchtower in contrast with the desert’s yellows and ochres and then merges the two in its golden roof. The Grand Mosque is not far and it is the biggest in the country at 45k square meters. Al Hamra Tower is the tallest building in Kuwait. Its swirling design imitates traditional Kuwaiti robes and allows for maximum views of the sea.
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Kuwait is known as the “Hollywood of the Gulf” due to the popularity of its soap operas, theater, and radio and culture is its other major export. The city’s Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Centre is home to the largest opera house in the Middle East but also contains has a park, an archive, libraries, movie theaters, and conference halls. Here you might be able to see a performance of fijiri, traditional Arabian Gulf vocal music, khaliji, popular contemporary music whose capital is Kuwait City, or sawt, popular music from Kuwait and Bahrain. The city is home to the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre as well, one of the biggest museum complexes in the world at over 13 ha. The Scientific Center houses one of the most sizable aquariums in the Middle East and fearless visitors can even jump in a tank with sharks!