Make the Kuwait Towers your first stop. These 3 slim towers are veritable landmarks in modern Kuwait. For something a little different, pay a visit to Magic Planet Kuwait – a particularly good option if you’re visiting with children. The Imam Hussein Mosque is another must-see. Unharmed in the 1990 invasion of Kuwait, it stands majestic and proud. There’s the Grand Mosque, too – the country’s official mosque. To further your cultural education, you can visit Sadu House, an artistic center and museum. This popular Kuwait tourist attraction is full of chambers decorated with intricate motifs of houses, mosques and more. If you enjoy shopping in glittering surroundings, visit the opulent Al Fanar Mall – the first of its kind in Kuwait, and just a short walk from the Radisson Collection Hotel, Symphony Style Kuwait. If you’re a fan of unusual architecture, don’t miss the Al Hamra Tower – the tallest building in the country, and the 23rd-tallest in the world. Kuwait Zoo is a good choice for a day out too, and is just a half-hour drive from the Radisson Collection Hotel, Symphony Style Kuwait. Whatever sort of vacation or business trip you seek – personal or cultural, global or local – Kuwait City is a destination that abounds with opportunity.