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About Cairo (CAI)

Cairo, the victorious city, is the capital of Egypt and also by far the biggest city of the country. It is situated in the north side, surrounded by the River Nile. Cairo is also named the 'most populous city ' of Africa. Serving as the social, political and cultural capital of Middle East, the destination is among the oldest and affluent civilizations. The ancient monuments and historical landmarks make it a unique destination and enhances its beauty and lustre. It appears as an interesting city with close access to the Egypt pyramids. The Cairo Museum and the Citadel of Cairo are among the list of the most popular attractions and scenic locations. Old Cairo endows a classic treat to all the visitors. You can find accommodations pertaining to your budget and style and can enjoy diverse tastes and cuisines at the fine-dine restaurants. Sports like diving and golf makes you forget all your worries. The city also offers you various party places like clubs and discotheques. The sparkling night-life of the city allows you to enjoy your stay to the fullest. The best time to visit Cairo is during the winter from November to March. In this city are located the most important health centres of the country. You can find restaurants and fast food restaurants everywhere, serving the traditional egyptian food. Cairo is fifteen miles from the airport; the trip takes 30-45 minutes. When you plan to go to an exquisite destination like Cairo, you need to plan out things in advance before your step out of your place. At MakeMyTrip, we ensure you a full proof planned venture, which not only leaves you tension free, but also lessens your burden of planning your accommodation along with the ticket bookings. The online booking facility allows you to sit back, decide and book your tickets within few minutes. The cheap offers and lucrative deals offered at the site ensure optimum satisfaction to the visitor. One can easily plan an economical visit to their favourite destination within their budget and can make their trip a memorable affair.

Cairo Airport Address

Oruba Road
Heliopolis
Cairo
Egypt
Tel: (202)(02) 265 5000/1

About Kuwait (KWI)

Kuwait, officially known as the State of Kuwait, is a country on the western front of Asia. The name itself is derived from the Arabic word “Kut,” which literally translates to fortification. Until the eighteenth century, it was not a permanent settlement but a mere home to nomads. The reason Kuwait came to be was the conditions of drought that pushed nomadic clans to settle along the coast of the Arabian Gulf. These tribes built forts to protect themselves from other nomads, and hence, the country’s name came into existence.

The affluent nature of the state is only a recent discovery, when in 1934, Kuwait oil reserves were discovered. These reserves are the sixth largest in the world. Apart from oil, the country’s currency itself, the Kuwaiti Dinar, is the most expensive currency in the world. The golden period of the country was from 1946 to 1982. 1961 was the year when the country gained its independence. It is the first gulf country to have an established constitution. When one visits Kuwait, they see a very different side of life from that in the other gulf countries; Kuwait is a progressive city, which has a lot to offer to the curious traveller. One of the most enticing things about Kuwait is the delicacy named “Machboos” – a rice-based dish garnished with spices and meat, made from the best quality basmati rice – and certainly a must-have on your list of things to try in Kuwait.

 

How to reach Kuwait

 

By Air – The main airport in Kuwait is the Kuwait International Airport. All major airlines operate flights to Kuwait from major international cities across the world. The following airlines operate direct flights to Kuwait: Air India, Kuwait Airlines, FlyDubai, Jet Airways, and Biman Bangladesh. Check out MakeMyTrip flights to Kuwait to find the best deals in international flights.

 

By Train Kuwait does not have a railway network or connectivity to other Arab countries. However, there are plans for one to be established in the near future.

 

By Road – One can drive to Kuwait through the international borders from any of the nearby cities in the African continent. Highways connect Kuwait to Oman, Muscat, etc.

 

What to do in Kuwait

 

As compared to its gulf neighbours, Kuwait is a very progressive and liberal country. It promotes and supports civil liberties and freedom of press, and has a functioning constitution. The rich cultural and historical, as well as the commercial heritage of Kuwait make it a must-visit Gulf country.

The country also has a big population of falcons, which is its national bird. One can witness them throughout the country.

Summers in Kuwait last from May to October, and are hot; however, sometime in August, the humidity levels set in and rise to 90 per cent. From November until April, the weather here is pleasant and enjoyable. The days are warm and sunny, while the nights become cool, which also makes this period the best time to visit the country. However, December and January witness freezing temperatures. Here are some of the top places to visit in Kuwait:

                Kuwait Towers

                The Liberation Towers

                Dhow Harbour

                Doha Village in Kuwait

                Failaka Island

                Grand Mosque

                Green Island

                Kubbar Island

                National Museum

                Failaka Heritage Village

                Kuwait House of National Works Museum

                Tareq Rajab Museum

                Sadu House

                The Seif Palace

                The Scientific Center

                Souk Al-Mubarakiya

                The Avenues

                The 360 Mall

                Marina Mall

                Kuwait Zoo

                Al Kout Beach

                Magic Planet Kuwait

                KidZania

                Aqua Park

                Sadu House

                Salmiyah

                The Mirror House

                The Scientific Centre

                Tareq Rajab Museum

                Amricani Cultural Centre

 

Major Airports in and near Kuwait

Kuwait has three airports: the Kuwait International Airport, Ali Al Salem Air Base and Ahmad al-Jaber Air Base. Among these, the Kuwait International Airport is where all major airlines operate flights to Kuwait and from the city. It is located in Farwaniya, Kuwait, 15.5 kilometres away from the main city of Kuwait. It is a hub to airlines like Kuwait Airways, Jazeera Airways, and Wataniya Airways, which operate daily flights to Kuwait.

MakeMyTrip offers a wide range of flights to Kuwait, over 140 flights to Kuwait on a daily basis from all over the world. From India, flights operate from cities including Udaipur, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and New Delhi.

 

One can easily use the MakeMyTrip website to book a flight to Kuwait or from Kuwait. MakeMyTrip flights to Kuwait can be availed at highly discounted rates during festivals and off seasons.

Kuwait Airport Address

Directorate General of Civil Aviation
PO Box 17
Safat 13001
State of Kuwait
Tel: 433 5599 | 433 4499 (Flight Information)

About Royal Jordanian Airline

Royal Jordanian Airlines is the flag carrier of Jordan with head office situated in Amman, Jordan. It offers scheduled international air services for four continents from the main hub Queen Alia International Airport. It is a member of Arab Air Carriers Organization and Oneworld; a global airline alliance. It has won the “Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation” award for "Airline Turnaround of the Year 2006" on 9 November 2006. 500 flights are operated by it on weekly basis and at least 110 flights on daily basis. About 60 destinations in 40 countries are covered by it in all over Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

This airline was established in 1963 but started to operate from 15 December 1963 after a royal decree by the late King Hussein. It was named after King Hussein's eldest child, Princess Alia bint Al Hussein of Jordan.