- Kuwait (City), (Capital)
- Al Jahrah
- Ash Shuwaykh
- Al Ahmadi
- Mina Abd Allah
- Al Wafrah
- Ash Shuwaykh
- Qasr as Sabiyah
- Ash Shuaybah
- Al Khiran
- National Museum (Kuwait City)
- Red Fort (Al Jahrah)
- Kuwait Towers
- Old City Wall Gates
- Tareq Rajab Museum
- Villa Moda (Kuwait City)
- Construction Materials
- Food Processing
- Ship Building
Hunted Facts on kuwait
- The Emirate of Kuwait is situated a the head of the Persian Gulf, and is bordered to the South by the Al Hasa desert region of Saudi Arabia, and Iraq which has a narrow exit to the port of Umm Qasr before the territory of Iran.
- Most of the population lives in Kuwait City, the capital and administrative centre whose water towers are a famous international landmark.
- The development of oil and gas infrastructure in Kuwait is extensive but has been sensitive to the environment.
- Kuwait's foreign policy is also concerned with the maintenance of its own independence, sovereignty and freedom of political decision.
- Kuwait is also a member of the Arab League, where it realises its belief in a common Arab destiny by enhancing its relations with the Arab States.
- Kuwait actively supports, and works for the advancement of the cardinal principles of the Arab League and all its associated organisations.
- Kuwait was established in the 16th century when several clans (bedouins) from the "Al Aniza" tribe migrated to the northern shore of the Persian Gulf from the Najd, their famine-stricken homeland in central Arabia.
- Kuwait remains under the governance of the Emir, Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jabir Al-Sabah (since 29 January 2006) as an independent state and is of strategic importance to the United States.
- Kuwait formerly had a large Palestinian population, though most of them were forced out of the country after PLO leader Yassir Arafat's support of Iraq during the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait.
- Kuwait is bounded by Saudi Arabia on the south and by Iraq on the north and west.