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I travel with my Family along with my friend and his family to Failaka island through KPTC Service on Friday 17th August 2018. I would like to give the feedback point by point as follows.
1. KPTC ON FRIDAYS 1:30PM to 3:00PM.and return from Failaka...More
nice way to spend the day. take the car ferry from Salmiya. Do take your car as there is no way to get around the island. tour the island. it has bullet ridden homes from Gulf War 1 occupation. you can also see an old...More
Fail ka island was one of biggest island.we could reached there from marina crescent..About one hour of journey to failaka by boat operated by kptc.not a well developed island.the island contain some old buildings old weapons ,shot upcast...there are some dirty beaches in island
Failaka was a welcome if somewhat bizarre part of what would have been an otherwise boring weekend in Kuwait. Firstly no-one in the hotels seemed to know about the place, and then anyone who did urged me not to go. Purchasing the tickets was quite...More
The island is by far the largest one and can be reached from two destinations : Ras Al Saliyah and from the Marina Crescent. Unfortunately despite the beautiful beaches the island has been ignored since the Iraqi occupation and has great potential. Despite all its...More
Failaka Island was a nice break away from Kuwait City. After a boat ride with stunning views of Kuwait City, we walked through the Heritage Village. This showed how the residents lived in the past, and was very well maintained. Past that was a small...More
You can reach Failaka by renting boat or yacht from marina crescent. 30 minutes by speed boat. There is Heritage village need reservation. For kids everything available games, pool and wildlife. Best thing that you can spend quality time in quite atmosphere. Winter will be...More
Failaka island is the biggest island and could be reached from Marina crescent for less than an hour. Unfortunately the island is under utilised and needs lots of improvements though it has great potentials. There is a private hotel and a tourist village with services...More
The average rating is due to the lack of direction in the hesitation to close the place off - or develop - it is a serious archaeological place of interest and has remained in a post invasion limbo.
Pre-invasion it was both home to chalets...More