On the 25th of February of each year, Kuwait celebrates its independence day and the anniversary of its liberation on the following day.
Kuwait celebrates this day as celebrations are everywhere, and we can say that February is the most beautiful day to visit the Bride of the Gulf. On this occasion, we present to you in “HAY Magazine” today .. Top 10 places of tourism and culture in the State of Kuwait.
The towers of Kuwait are among the most important landmarks representing the modern Renaissance and progress in Kuwait with their unique design by the Lindstrom Engineering Office in Sweden and the implementation of the Yugoslav company Energoprojekt, which was built in 1975 and opened in 1979. The design of the towers is in line with Kuwait’s traditional landmarks. The two cards indicate the “evaporator”, and the second tower that holds one ball indicates “sprayer”. The third smaller tower signifies the “makhala”.
Kuwait National Museum
The museum was opened in 1957 at the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah Palace in the East. This museum originally included the popular monuments that represent the Kuwaiti environment. In 1958, some archaeological finds discovered by the Danish expedition were added to Failaka Island in cooperation with the museum’s staff. Most of these monuments date back to the Bronze Age and the Greek period.
In 1976, the contents of the museum were moved to an old house, Al Bader House. In 1983, the museum was opened in its current location on the Arabian Gulf Road.
The museum houses a large collection of historical exhibits, wooden boats and artifacts that reflect the history and civilization of this country.
The new museum building consists of three buildings. The first building houses administrative offices, a library, a lecture hall, a theater and an exhibition of antiquity, a collection of works by contemporary Kuwaiti artists, another building dedicated to storing and conserving monuments, and a two-story planetarium with the most accurate machines and the latest books and astronomical maps. And astronomical phenomena.
Al-Mubarkiya Market is located in Qabla, the most famous market in Kuwait. It is named after Sheikh Mubarak Al-Sabah. The market is characterized by its old-market design.
The market, which carries a visitor to a different era of time, includes many goods, handicrafts, foodstuffs, and spices. There are also popular cafes, restrooms and restaurants in the old style, offering popular food and drinks.
In the south of Mubarakiya, Sumo Square is the hidden and vibrant jewel where many modern cafes meet in a youthful spirit to be a wonderful blend of young taste and the history of the place.
A wonderful courtyard that must be visited when you go to the market Mubarakiya.
Kuwait Opera House
The external building of the Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Center or the Kuwait Opera House is designed with the utmost precision and beauty to be an exceptional building in shape and content on the coast of the Arabian Gulf.
This large cultural project is one of the fastest engineering projects in the world in terms of design and implementation. It was completed for only 22 months. The building is inspired by the Islamic architecture of Limon, a platform for cultural exchange and the environment that includes all cultural, artistic and literary fields.
Scientific Center in Salmiya
The scientific center in Kuwait attracts all segments, including an IMAX movie theater, aquarium, animal kingdom and exploration hall. The scientific center also has interactive attractions, innovative educational programs and exhibitions to stimulate the minds of students and young people outside their educational institutions.
House of Sadou
The house of the Sadu House in Kuwait dates back to 1936, when it was built of clay and is the only means used in the construction at that time. After several years, Mr. Yousef Al Marzouki bought the house and demolished it and then rebuilt it within a short period of time. To be the first house built of reinforced concrete inside the State of Kuwait in full.
During the 1960s, the Kuwaiti government bought the house as part of its campaign to preserve ancient buildings of an antiquity. In 1979, the house was established as a heritage building that was established to preserve the traditional Sadu industry, Old.
The history of the annual Sadu industry can be seen within this archaeological site.
The Martyr Park extends over an area of 200 thousand meters and was named after the Green Belt Park before its development and changed its name to the Martyr Park.
The largest park in Kuwait hosts ancient historical elements, such as the Sha’ab Gate, one of the five remaining gates of the old Kuwait wall.
The Martyr’s Park consists of large green spaces, beautiful botanical gardens, a museum of natural life, a lake with waterfalls, and hiking trails.
Shopping Mall is one of the largest and most prominent destinations of tourism, shopping and entertainment in the Middle East and the world.
The Center is home to a range of international and local brands, including First Avenue, Second Avenue, Grand Avenue, Prestige, Soko, Mall, Market, Gardens, Arcades, Grand Plaza, Electra and Forum. Each area is given a special identity and inspired by the world’s oldest cities, making shopping in the Avenues a unique experience for every visitor.
The 360 Mall, which opened in 2009, features a unique modern architecture, designed in an innovative circular way.
The mall, located in the Al Zahra area south of Al-Sura, has many shops, restaurants, cafes, entertainment venues and a world-class vertical garden designed to be eco-friendly within the center.