2 Islands to explore in Kuwait
Sharing borders with Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Kuwait is located in Western Asia, at the tip of Persian Gulf. Kuwait is a high income conomy backed by worlds sixth largest oil reserves and Kuwait Dinar is the highest valued currency in the world.
Island on the coast of Kuwait. In 2000 B.C., Mesopotamians settled in Failaka at least a century before the Dilmun civilization. Traders from the Sumerian city of Ur occupied Failaka and ran a mercantile business. Failaka had many Mesopotamian-style buildings typical of those found in Iraq dating from around 2000 B.C.
Kubbar is an island in Kuwait in the Persian Gulf, known for its beautiful blue water and sandy beaches. What makes the island so special are the flocks of birds and rare coral reefs which makes it an ideal place for diving. The island is nearly circular, with a diameter of 370 to 380 meters.