Salmiya is home to numerous museums, mosques, an aquarium, a scientific centre , an IMAX movie theater, a football stadium, medical centres and a Roman Catholic Chapel.
The Kuwait Towers are a group of three tall towers located in Kuwait City on a promontory facing the Persian Gulf. They are the last addition to the Kuwait Water Tower system, which comprises of 34 towers. They have a distinct architectural design compared to the other 5 groups of the tower system.
The Liberation Tower is a very tall telecommunications tower located in Kuwait City, Kuwait, it is the second highest building in the country and 39th tallest building in the world. The tower is not open to public or tourists for visit.
The Scientific Center of Kuwait, located in Salmiya, Kuwait, serves as a center for environmental education in the Persian Gulf region. KSC spans over 80,000 square meters with the building covering over 18,000 square meters. The center also houses the largest aquarium in the Middle East after Dubai, holding over 100 different species of animals. Along with the aquarium, it also contains an IMAX theatre, a harbor of historic dhows, and a gift shop among other contents.
Sadu House is an artistic house and museum in Kuwait City, Kuwait, located near the Kuwait National Museum.
The Avenues Mall is the largest shopping mall in Kuwait. The mall is located in the Rai area extending from Fifth Ring Road from the south and Al Ghazali Highway from the east. It opened in April 2007, under the patronage of the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah.
The Historical, Vintage, and Classical Cars Museum is located in Kuwait's Shuwaikh Industrial Area, near the intersection of road 80 and road 55.
The Grand Mosque is the largest and the official mosque in the country of Kuwait. Its area spans 45,000 square metres, out of which the building itself covers 20,000 square metres. The main prayer hall is 72 metres wide on all sides, and has teakwood doors. Natural lighting is provided by 144 windows.
The Green Island is an artificial island in Kuwait, off the coast of Kuwait City's promenade. It was opened in 1988 and became a popular tourist attraction. It is the first artificial island in the Persian Gulf region. It is also a waterside park with picnicking areas.
One can not experience real Kuwaiti shopping without going to the Gold Souk. There are several of them in Kuwait City. They sell all kinds of jewellery, as well as buy and sell gold bars of different weights. The jewellery is made in Arabic and Indian styles. There are also restaurants located in these souks.
Contemporary mall since 2009 featuring luxury brands & a food court, plus a cinema & nursing lounge.
The Kuwait National Museum is the national museum of Kuwait, located in Kuwait City. It was established in 1983 and designed by architect Michel Ecochard. The museum comprises five buildings set around a central garden, their organization is parallel to the architectural plan of the vernacular Arab mud house with its central courtyard. The main buildings are connected to each other with elevated walkways.
The Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Centre is a cultural complex located in Kuwait City Kuwait, owned by the Amiri Diwan. It consists of six main components The Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Space Museum, Arabic Islamic Science Museum, Fine Arts Centre and the external spaces known as the Public Realm. The Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Centre is a 18-hectare site making it the world's largest museum complex.The Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Centre was inaugurated in early2018
Winter Wonderland Kuwait is an immersive entertainment extravaganza that starts at the beginning of the next winter season and is packed with fun and joy! Al-Sha’ab Leisure Park , will host Winter Wonderland Kuwait’s various entertainment events. Featuring more than 30 rides, skill games and attractions, live performances, and booths serving various delicious food and drinks.