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    Compared to some of its neighbors in the Middle East, Kuwait is not considered a major tourist destination. However, the country does have a number of attractions for visitors, such as cultural museums, historic sites, and modern architecture. Some popular tourist spots include the Kuwait Towers, the Grand Mosque, the National Museum, and the Liberation Tower. The country is also known for its shopping malls, which are popular with both locals and tourists. While Kuwait may not be as well-known as some other destinations in the region, it can still be an interesting and worthwhile place to visit for those interested in Middle Eastern culture and history. There are some good beach resorts in Kuwait. The most popular one is the Messilah Beach, which is located in the Messilah area. It is a private beach and is accessible only to the guests of the resorts located there. The beach offers a range of water sports activities, including jet skiing, banana boat rides, and parasailing. Other popular beach resorts are the Al-Kout Beach, located in the Fahaheel area and Marina Crescent and the Sea Shell Resort. They are also private.

    The best time to visit Kuwait is during the winter months, from November to March, as the temperature is cooler and more comfortable. 

    Kuwait is located in the Middle East and has a time zone of UTC+3. It is two hours ahead of Sweden. 

    The official currency is the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD). The international airport in Kuwait is Kuwait International Airport (KWI), which serves as the main gateway to the country. Popular airlines that fly to Kuwait from Sweden include Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, and Emirates.

    Swedish citizens are required to obtain a visa to enter Kuwait, which can be obtained from the Embassy of Kuwait in Sweden or through Kuwait's e-Visa system. The e-Visa process is relatively easy and can be completed online.

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