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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO KUWAIT
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London Heathrow Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £324
London Heathrow Kuwait 13 Aug 2017 27 Aug 2017 £428
London Heathrow Kuwait 16 Aug 2017 31 Aug 2017 £528
London Heathrow Kuwait 16 Aug 2017 31 Aug 2017 £550
London Airports Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £553
London Heathrow Kuwait 01 Aug 2017 28 Aug 2017 £559
London Heathrow Kuwait 16 Aug 2017 31 Aug 2017 £581
London Heathrow Kuwait 16 Aug 2017 31 Aug 2017 £604
London Heathrow Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £630
London Heathrow Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £641
London Heathrow Kuwait 13 Aug 2017 27 Aug 2017 £659
London Heathrow Kuwait 16 Aug 2017 31 Aug 2017 £660
London Airports Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £685
London Heathrow Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £730
London Heathrow Kuwait 01 Aug 2017 28 Aug 2017 £745
London Airports Kuwait 27 Jul 2017 09 Aug 2017 £1014
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Flights to Kuwait, Kuwait
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Kuwait Introduction
Kuwait is a long way from being a "popular" tourist destination. Recent political problems have obviously made the destination far from the first name on people's Middle East itineraries, and unlike many of its other small neighbours in the Gulf, Kuwait does not actively encourage tourism. With a sponsored visa programme, getting here is far from easy.
However, that in itself may make the country attractive to intrepid travellers seeking places far off the beaten path. And the lack of any real tourism industry isn't due to there being a lack of interesting places to see and things to do - far from it. The Middle East really was the cradle of civilisationand the country is as replete with ancient artefacts as anywhere else in the region.
One point the Western visitor should keep in mind is that the working week in Kuwait runs from Saturday to Wednesday with the "weekend" falling on Thursday and Friday.