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        Just south of Kuwait City, Kuwait International Airport is a beautiful way to get to know the country’s capital without getting tossed into the busy flow of downtown. From waterside resorts looking out at Kuwait Bay to the historic landmarks and hidden beaches on Failaka Island, there’s a lot to explore in very little space. Book the right vehicle for you, either reserving a private lift perfect for hopping from one moment to the next or going with a meet-and-greet service that makes business trips feel like pleasure from beginning to end.

        KWI Transportation
        Without any railway system and a metro plan still in the works, KWI Airport offers limited public transportation in the form of bus lines along the adjacent Jassem Mohamed Al-Kharafi Road. Reserve a shuttle of your own to get over the hurdle, booking through either area shuttle or taxi cab companies to get the job done the right way. Also perfect for enjoying custom drop-offs to your hotel’s front door, you’ll be glad you chose the most convenient option.

        Shared Ride Van
        Get around on your own schedule by booking a shared ride van with local shuttle providers, enjoying one-time drop-offs to all-in-one resorts, whether it be the 5-star amenities at the Hilton Kuwait Resort or the open-air lawns of Sahara Kuwait Golf Resort, especially popular with business travelers due to close airport access.

        Private Van
        Enjoy each landmark with up to a dozen passengers by going with a private van instead, getting the added bonus of driving where you want, when you want by reserving with local airport transportation companies, whether it’s toward the revolving observation deck at Kuwait Towers or countless architectural oddities that make taking your time an art form.

        Private Sedan
        Those in search of Kuwait’s intimate side should reserve a private sedan with local companies to make each turn a simple one, visiting the waterside beauty of Al Shaheed Park as well as planning a road trip to Sabah Al-Ahmad Natural Reserve, a massive wildlife refuge located across the Kuwait Bay.

        Local Personal Drivers
        A small area with a huge collection of attractions, the seaside beauty of Kuwait City is limited by first-timers’ knowledge, something especially fixable with a local personal driver as your guide. Find the best of the best is, from where to grab lunch to where the sunrise appears most beautiful, all at the ease of asking away.

        Private SUV
        Carrying up to six passengers with total grace, private SUVs make family vacations a breeze. Enjoy all the intimacy you need by reserving with local private SUV, checking out the mosaic tiles at The Mirror House, afterward spending the afternoon at Aqua Park, a huge water park known for its huge slides, wave pools, and one-of-a-kind view of the bay.

        Taxi Cab
        Business travelers planning a day of networking at the Al-Raya Conference Hall should get a taxi to cut down on time, especially with its dense location along the city’s northern shore. Also perfect for commitment-free lifts wherever, 24-hours a day, a taxi can be helpful for red eye flights.

        Stretched Limousine
        Reserve a stretched limousine from area limo providers to get to know the beauty of what tomorrow has in store, whether you’re looking forward to seaside Middle Eastern at Dar Hamad or simply wanting a night of entertainment at the Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Centre.

        Chartered Bus
        Move over a dozen passengers with the ease of a rolling wave, booking a chartered bus for simple ways to take group field trips to Kuwait City’s most expensive landmarks, from the ambiance of Al Shaheed Park and all its restaurants & museums to the exotic creatures of Kuwait Zoo.

        KWI Airport Terminals
        With 5 planned terminals, Kuwait International Airport currently offers 3 available facilities: the very large Terminal 1, the smaller Sheikh Saad Terminal (T3), the newly opened Terminal 4, and the expansion of Terminal 1, which is referred to as Terminal 5..

        Main Terminal/Terminal 1 (International):
        - Level 1: arrivals, lost & found, security, customs, baggage claim, shops, restaurants, ground transportation (taxi & bus pick-up), barber shop, super market, medical services, pharmacy, offices, banks, ATMs, and immigration/visa office.
        - Level 2: departures, check-in, security, restaurants, shops, waiting areas, VIP lounges, prayer rooms, banks, ATMs, offices, passport control, currency exchange, and free Wi-Fi.

        Terminal 2:
        Set to open in 2022, Terminal 2 is currently under renovation. The large expansion includes a modern triangular-shaped building with additional gates and parking, plus a sizeable hotel.

        Sheikh Saad Terminal/Terminal 3 (Private):
        Also known as Terminal 3, the Sheikh Saad Terminal is exclusively used for private aircrafts as well as FlyDubai.

        Terminal 4 (Domestic):
        Recently added in 2018 as part of Kuwait’s multi-STEP 2035 expansion plan, Terminal 4 is a medium-sized building that handles domestic flights.
        Services and amenities include free Wi-Fi, shops, restaurants, VIP lounges, and a parking garage.

        Jazeera Terminal/Terminal 5 (Domestic):
        Attached to Terminal 1, but opened in May 2018, Terminal 5 is home to a sleek design as well as its own shops, restaurants, VIP lounges, check-in, security, customs, and multi-level parking garage.

         

        Shouk Airport Shuttles
        Without any access to trains or light rail systems, a pick-up service can go a long way in Kuwait. Reserve a shuttle with either area sedan or taxi providers to stay ahead of the curve, whether you’re looking for a quick one-time drop-off to your hotel or views of the entire city as you make your way to the bay’s shoreline.

        Decide what side of town you truly want to see, choosing between the eastern Dasma neighborhood for a close look at the region’s most iconic landmark, the Kuwait Towers, or the northern area of Sharq for a view of Kuwait City’s oldest neighborhood juxtaposed with hyper-modern skyscrapers, not to mention timeless bay breezes. Those wanting the city ambiance away from the water should stay in Mirqab instead, getting the joys of a city within a city, while the southeast Bneid Al Qar creates the perfect balance between beachside ambiance and downtown hustle. Also connected to the same coastline is Salmiya, a nearby city that takes up only a dozen blocks. .

        Don’t let your plans pass you before you’ve even landed, especially when it comes to something as easy as shuttle reservations. Print out your confirmation email to avoid the worst, also double-checking to make sure you’ve got extra scans and print-outs of your personal documents, from identification to prescriptions. Keep emergency contacts and hotel reservations on-hand as well, leaving nothing to chance and everything in good hands. .

        About Kuwait International Airport
        Located a little over 10 miles (17 km) from Kuwait City, Kuwait International Airport is renowned for its distant access to the city as well as easy straight-shoot to the heart of downtown. Make the trek to check-in even easier by reserving a hotel right around the corner, the closest options being Safir Airport Hotel, located east of Terminal 1. Head north on Airport Road for nearby western options, which include Holiday Inn Kuwait Al Thuraya City and The Crowne Plaza Hotel, both of which offer 5-star amenities at virtually the same price. .

        Choose between a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and relaxation at Kuwait International on-site mall, enjoying hours of down time with leisure, whether you’re interested in grabbing a bite to eat at Passo Café & Restaurant or Haya Airport Restaurant, also deciding between western-friendly options like McDonald’s, Raising Canes, and Baskin Robbins. Grab a cup of joe from Café Les Amis or Caribou Coffee, not to mention a Starbucks, afterward enjoying a bit of shopping from name brand stores like Nike and Estee Lauder, or grabbing something sweet-smelling from Khaltat Blends of Love. .

        Those staying close to the airport, or simply south of downtown, may want to enjoy what the many nearby parks and attractions have in store. Explore the small town of Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, located just west of the facility and home to Jleeb Park, plus fresh ingredients at Grand Hyper Market. On the east side of the airport is The Sultan Center, a large shopping complex with 24-hour access to some of its stores, making for easy souvenir pickups. Take a stroll at dusk by heading to Farwaniya Garden, a tranquil space right around the corner from the nightlife scene of Habeeb Munawer Street. .

        Kuwait City Destinations
        As the capital of the small country of Kuwait, Kuwait City is a unique waterside oasis otherwise surrounded by arid desert. Take advantage of the city’s surreal skyline, which consists of bizarre post-modern designs and old historic buildings, starting with the Kuwait Towers, one of which offers a sky-high restaurant and observation deck, afterward moving onto the Liberation Tower, which famously celebrates the country’s liberation from Iraq. The most popular place of worship is the Grand Mosque, adorned for being the largest in Kuwait as well as its massive chandelier that hangs at its center, while the tallest building in downtown is the astounding Al Hamra Tower, an eye-pleasing structure that glitters in the desert sunlight..

        Delve into the region’s most popular tourist attractions the moment you get into town, starting with relaxing lookouts and trails on Green Island, an artificial isle that sits across from the coast’s most scenic promenade, accessible by foot. For an all-in-one locale that includes museums, botanical gardens, and restaurants, head to Al Shaheed Park instead, located south of town and renowned for its easily accessible leisure. Head to the Souk Al Mubarakiya for a walk through the city’s most historic market, enjoying a wide variety of trades and bargains that range from unique handicrafts to savory recipes on a stick. Try out the best restaurant when dinner rolls around as well, finding the coolest eateries along the city’s shoreline, from kingpin eats at Mais Alghanim Restaurant to quiet Middle Eastern on the east side at Dar Hamad. .

        Lounges at Kuwait Airport
        - Pearl Lounge Sheikh Saad: Perks include free Wi-Fi, reading material, showers, TVs, telephones, buffet line, drinks, and fax machines, plus flight information monitors and disability access.
        - Kuwait Airways Dasman Lounge: Perks include free Wi-Fi, reading material, conference facilities, TVs, telephones, buffet line, drinks, and fax machines, plus flight information monitors and disability access.
        - Pearl Lounge: Perks include free Wifi, reading material, showers, TVs, telephones, buffet line, drinks, and ax machines, plus flight information monitors and disability access.
        - Dasman Premier Lounge: Perks include free Wifi, reading material, conference facilities, TVs, telephones, buffet line, drinks, and fax machines, plus flight information monitors and disability access.
        - Jazeera Lounge: Perks include free Wi-Fi, reading material, TVs, telephones, buffet line, and drinks, plus flight information monitors and disability access.

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