There are more than one ways of reaching Kuwait. Which one you prefer, will depend on various factors like time, money and accessibility. Travelling to Kuwait via air ways remains the fastest mode of commutation, not to mention, the most convenient too!
By Plane: The main and only international airport of Kuwait is the Kuwait International Airport which is served by many international airlines that connect Kuwait to the Middle East as well as Africa, Europe, and North America, directly.
Kuwait Airways, the national airline of Kuwait, serves cities like Geneva, Rome, Kuala Lumpur, London, New York City, Frankfurt and Paris along with various other Asian, African, European, and Middle Eastern destinations. Also, there are several other International airlines that serve Kuwait, namely, British Airways, United Airlines, Lufthansa, KLM, Singapore Airlines, and Turkish Airlines. All of them offer direct and indirect flights to and from Kuwait.
While Kuwait shares its borders with 2 nations - Iraq and Saudi Arabia, one may opt for long-distance bus services from Dammam and other points in Saudi Arabia to reach Kuwait, only if you have a valid Saudi visa. The other route via Iraq is not advisable, owing to current political situation in the country.
One may also reach Kuwait with help of KGL (Kuwait and Gulf Link Transport) that provides routes to other GCC countries. Citizens of non-GCC countries will requires visas to cross borders and enter Kuwait.
To enjoy your holidays in Kuwait, you would need to get few formalities out of your way. Visa is one of them, and often, causes major upsets if not handled diligently.
The citizens of Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates do not require a visa to enter Kuwait.
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