State of Kuwait
Current local time in Kuwait City: Saturday, May 25 - 2013 - 22:30:38
The Emirate of Kuwait is situated a the head of the Persian Gulf, and is bordered to the South by the Al Hasa desert region of Saudi Arabia, and Iraq which has a narrow exit to the port of Umm Qasr before the territory of Iran.
Most of the population lives in Kuwait City, the capital and administrative centre whose water towers are a famous international landmark. There are also a number of islands offshore, such as Bubiyan Island which is being developed as a tourism resort.
The development of oil and gas infrastructure in Kuwait is extensive but has been sensitive to the environment.
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Information in this section was last updated: Fri Apr 12 2013