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Kuwait Towers is a group of three slender towers symbolizing the economic revival of Kuwait, as well as the cultural and tourist attractions of the city. The structure is sometimes referred to in singular as the Kuwait tower although there are three towers.

If you are searching for some of Kuwait's best shawarma, Kurdo is the place to be. Kurdo has many branches in Kuwait including several of the major malls such as 360 mall, high street Salmiya, Arabian Gulf Street etc. Kurdo shawarma's taste separates it from others as there are new restaurants offering different Shawarma varieties. The standard of food is surprisingly good and can be addictive with the best Shawarmas in Kuwait.

Situated in Kuwait's Salmiya, The Science Center is the gulf region's hub for environmental education. The Scientific Center in Kuwait (KSC) is inherited by late Sheik Jaber Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, and spans more than 80,000 square meters of area.

Located along the Arabian Gulf Highway, the Touristic Enterprises Company (TEC) unveiled the Swimming Pool Complex in April1988. The Swimming Pool Complex covers an area of 9,635sqm and hosts numerous programs and competitions, as well as the annual youth swimming and swimming championships.

Kuwait City has no shortage of transport choices for both visitors 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 constructing a railway network in the future, but at present, buses, cars or taxis are the only public transport means available in Kuwait.