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Kuwait is located in the Arabian Gulf, sharing borders with Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Kuwait City is the capital of the country, with its quite central location. It represents the contemporary cultural, political and economic hub of Kuwait. The authentic culture of Kuwait welcomes all visitors with open arms! Delicious food and a rich history are waiting for your discovery! It is now better connected to the rest of the world than ever with the availability of economic flight tickets.


Transportation to the city center after your flight from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport or Trabzon Airport to Kuwait International Airport is easy. There are different transportation options to use in Kuwait which connect the entire country.

Transportation to/from Kuwait International Airport

One of the most convenient ways to travel to/from Kuwait International Airport is to take the bus lines that operate between the airport and different parts of the country. There are a total of 3 bus lines that help travelers to reach the airport. The bus lines in Kuwait are line 13 which follows the Airport - Swivel Sheraton route, line 99 which follows the Airport - Subhan route and line 501 which follows the Airport - Raqa’i route.

Another option to reach the Kuwait International Airport is to take a taxi or limousine service. More information about the airport limousine and taxi service can be found on the official website.

Public Transport

Kuwait is a relatively advanced city in terms of public transport and the country is making new investments to extend its transportation network. Currently, the only public transport option to get around Kuwait City and other cities in the country is the bus. The bus lines operating in the country are state-owned and these companies are Kuwait Public Transport Company (KPTC) and City Bus.

Kuwait Public Transport Company is the major bus operator in the country covering the entire capital Kuwait City with more than 30 routes. The buses in the country are modern and almost all of the buses have air-conditioning for comfortable travel. To learn more about the state-owned bus company which is Kuwait Public Transport Company, it is possible to check here.

City Bus company which is the other state-owned bus company operates on similar routes with more luxurious buses. City Bus company has an official website here to check and learn more about the details about the schedule and prices.

The other option to get around Kuwait City is to use taxis. You can easily find taxis around the city and this mode of transport is a comfortable experience.

Is there a travel card for tourists?

There is no special travel card for tourists in Kuwait. However, tourists can buy daily tickets to use the buses. Some of the taxis in Kuwait accept credit cards. Still, it is more convenient to carry cash if you are planning to travel by taxi.

Transportation Between Cities in Kuwait

The only way to travel between cities in Kuwait is to use buses. Also, it is possible to rent a car to travel to other cities in Kuwait which include Mangaf, El Cehre, Ahmadi and Havalli. Most locals prefer their private cars to travel across Kuwait since this a more comfortable and faster way to reach the cities in Kuwait.

Where to Stay in Kuwait?

The center of Kuwait City is compact and can be navigated with great ease. Staying at the heart of the city will for sure enable you to access the major touristic highlights. There are all kinds of accommodation options including the luxurious chains and resort hotels such as the Hilton, Kempinski, Crowne Plaza and Sheraton. However, budget friendly and mid-range choices are also present. You definitely won’t have any difficulty finding a lodging for your needs and tastes.

If you want to have some assistance while organizing your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.



Top things to do in Kuwait

Kuwait is becoming a very famous place to discover. It attracts many visitors through its rich cultural, historical and culinary heritage.

  • Visit Seif Palace: A unique example of the spectacular Islamic architecture and historic landmark of Kuwait, Seif Palace is embodied by a big complex with the dazzling clock tower. It was originally constructed to become the residence of the royal family, although it didn’t serve as the official house. Today, it’s open to visitors as one of the most popular structures in the country.
  • Go to Kuwait Scientific Center: The Scientific Center in Kuwait is a cultural and educational hub. It consists of three major areas, namely the Aquarium, Discovery Place and IMAX Theater. The Aquarium presents different habitats including the desert, coastal edge as well as the marine life along with endemic species. If you are into new experiences, you can dive with the sharks in the Aquarium, get to know some of the endangered animals brought from the Arabian Gulf or Red Sea. On the other hand, Discovery Place schedules special events through exhibitions to let the visitors learn in an interactive setting. You can also learn by watching a documentary at the IMAX theater of the center. It’s an amazing place to go with children and spend quality time!
  • See Kuwait Towers: The most iconic landmark of the city, Kuwait Towers are known to represent the country’s economic rejuvenation. The three slenders were initially built in 1979 and they have become a touristic site over the past years. Located on the seashore of Sharq district, the towers continue to symbolize the country’s prosperity.
  • Visit Masjid Al-Kabir: Regarded as one of the largest mosques in the region, Masjid Al Kabir lays right next to Seif Palace with its glorious architecture. Its name translates into the “Grand Mosque”.
  • Shop at Souq Sharq: Unlike the traditional souqs of Kuwait, Souq Sharq is a very modern shopping center home to many retail outlets, brands stores as well as restaurants.
  • Visit Tareq Rajab Museum: The famous Tareq Rajab Museum includes many authentic manuscripts, calligraphy works, miniatures, stone carvings as well as Islamic objects coming from the past times. It’s a fascinating place to discover particularly for those who are interested in the Arabic/Islamic world.

In case you would like to have more information about the famous places to see in Kuwait, do not forget to have a look at our specially curated Kuwait Travel Guide.

Car Rental in Kuwait

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Kuwait for business or leisure.


Airports in Kuwait

We are providing regular flights to Kuwait International Airport:

Kuwait International Airport

Kuwait International Airport is situated about 15 kilometres away from the city center. It has a total capacity of up to nine million passengers. The airport consists of five operational terminals including service areas. Airport facilities provide high quality service to its passengers, where you can find ATMs, currency exchange office, travel agencies and information booths.

You can reach the city center through taking a taxi or renting a car at the airport. There are also public transport options. Bus number 51 rides to the city in about half an hour.

Below you can find some practical information that will help you organize your trip.  

Things to Know Before Visiting Kuwait

There are a couple of things to pay attention to while scheduling your trip to Kuwait.

  • The country has dry desert climate which makes it pleasant to visit it throughout the year, except for the super hot summer days.
  • Sand storms are no big surprise as a result of the famous shamal wind that shows up occasionally in summer.
  • Another important thing to take note is that Kuwait is an Islamic country, where you should be aware of the local traditions.
  • In Kuwait, wearing respectable clothes and watching out your behaviors in the public places are important.
  • Alcohol use is also prohibited in Kuwait.


Essential Numbers

Please find below some key contact numbers that might be of use throughout your stay in Kuwait:

Country code: +965

Kuwait area code: 965

Kuwait International Airport: +965 2431 9829

Police, Ambulance, Fire Service: 112


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