My Second Home Kuwait

Tuesday, February 20, 2024


Kuwait, a country that has become more than just a place on the map for me. It holds a special place in my heart, like a second home. From the moment I arrived, I was captivated by its rich culture, warm hospitality, and breathtaking landscapes.

One of the things that makes Kuwait so unique is its blend of tradition and modern technology. Walking through the bustling streets of Kuwait City, you can see how ancient traditions and modern architecture peacefully come together. The towering skyscrapers stand tall alongside the historic mosques and souks, bringing together a captivating sight.

The people of Kuwait have a genuine warmth and kindness that make you feel welcome and embraced. Whether it's the friendly shopkeepers in the traditional markets or the locals you meet while exploring the beautiful beaches, their kindness is truly heartwarming. It's this sense of community and connection that has made Kuwait feel like a second home to me.

When it comes to exploring Kuwait, there is no shortage of incredible experiences. From the iconic Kuwait Towers that offer mind blowing views to the mesmerising beauty of the Arabian Gulf coastline, there is always something new to discover. The vibrant food scene is a true delight for the senses, with a wide range of delicious traditional dishes and international cuisines to try.

Beyond the city, Kuwait's natural beauty has amazing sights that can stretch as far as the eye can see. The sun kissed desert landscapes, with their golden sand dunes, offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Exploring the desert on a camel ride or experiencing the thrill of dune bashing is an adventure like no other.

Kuwait has also become a place for cultural events and festivals, showcasing its rich heritage. From traditional music and dance performances to art exhibitions and film festivals, there is always something happening to celebrate the vibrant Kuwaiti culture.

As I reflect on my time in Kuwait, I am filled with gratitude for the experiences and memories I have made. It truly feels like a second home, a place where I have been embraced by a warm and welcoming community. Kuwait has a unique charm that captivates my heart.

So, if you ever could visit Kuwait, don't hesitate. Immerse yourself in the culture, embrace the warmth of the people, and let Kuwait become your second home too.






Naisha Rodrigues, 8-A, Carmel School, Kuwait



By:
Naisha Rodrigues, 8-A, Carmel School
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