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Muscat City Guide in Kuwait

Kuwait City is anything but large, and as such, it is easy to find your way around. The most important coastal and commercial streets in the city are Arabian Gulf Street and Fahd Al-Salem Street respectively. These streets cross and curve their way through major shopping areas and scenic routes. The six Ring Roads, on the other hand, are important as major link-ways. Their network includes Maghreb Expressway, the Fahaheel Expressway, Shuwaikh, Fahaheel, Jahra and the all-pervasive Gulf Street.

Arabian Gulf Street is home to many a market, ranging from the smelly fish markets to the huge centres like the Sultan Shopping Center. Important landmarks like the National Museum and the Al-Shaab Sea Club are accessible through Gulf Street. It also runs through the pretty Messila Beach.

Fahad Al-Salem Street, on the other hand, is home to posh hotels like the Sheraton Kuwait Hotel & Towers and the four-star Kuwait Continental Hotel nearby.

The Ring Roads which run through Fahaheel, Jahra and Shuwaikh (among the city's surrounding areas), are filled with markets and souks selling everything from gold and jewels to fruits and vegetables. Apart from all the shopping, visitors and locals are captivated by the magical Musical Fountain on 1st Ring Road.

If you get tired of this busy city, plan a trip to the beautiful and peaceful Failaka Islands, just off the city coast.





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