Kuwait My Second Home

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

The country that I consider as my second home is Kuwait, a country with an extensive geographical area but a global outlook. In Kuwait, a world-renowned landmark like Kuwait Tower and the sublime Al Hamra Tower can quench the thirst of people of all walks of life - from the golden sands of the desert to the gleaming lights of the city. Providing all the needs of the people who live here and having everything to offer is important in a place where people of all nationalities live. The people of Kuwait are exeptionally warm and affectionate to others who seek a life in this country.

The transformation of Kuwait throughout time is truly astonishing. The economy has increased due to the discovery of black gold which led to the globalisation of Kuwait. The currency has changed from the Indian Rupee to the Kuwaiti Dinar. This was a major cause for expatriates coming into the country. This long, beautiful journey has transformed the country into what it is today. I feel obliged to call Kuwait my home.



By:
Karen Maria Lalgi, Grade-9, Carmel School
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