Kuwait is a country in Western Asia situated on the Norther edge of the Arabian Peninsula. Kuwait is a constitutional emirate with a high-income economy backed by the world’s sixth largest oil reserves. Kuwait’s official language is Arabic, however English is widely understood and often used as a business language.
The official religion of Kuwait is Islam. Due to the large population of expatriates, Kuwait also has a large community of Christians, Hindus and Buddhists. Business in Kuwait is quite similar to that of most predominantly Islamic countries. Therefore, business is generally slower and personal relationships are built before deals are made.
Kuwait offers many sight-seeing paradises to venture to, such as the symbolic Kuwait Towers, the breath-taking Al Kout Beach, the extravagant Dhow Harbour, The ruins at Failaka Island and the artsy House of Mirrors. With tons of interesting architecture, great shopping areas and lovely water sports, you’ll always find something fun and interesting to do.