What My Blog Is About :

Hi. I'm PARIMITA and welcome to my world of travel and my experiences during my travel....in short Welcome to my Blog "My Travels,My Experiences". Do you know that travelling or going for a vacation is one of the biggest stress reliever activity? So in this online journal of mine,you can walk with me and become a traveller along with me as I share my experiences, stories,places of interest, tips, photos,hotels,restaurants and many more facts about a place. Here I share my travel experiences of the past and present. So read for the JOYRIDE!

I think it is important to open your eyes and really see your surroundings, much as you do when you see a new city,town or country for the first time. So apart from writing about places I travel, I will be sharing information, my experiences,places to visit in Kuwait,in general life in Kuwait,shopping bargains, cultural events and happenings,sightseeing tours,restaurants,shops,shopping malls,theater and music evenings.....everything and anything on KUWAIT.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Arijit Singh Live In Concert Kuwait

Creative Indians Association and Raja Company W.L.L. are proud to announce their Next Mega Event in 2014 “Arijit Singh Live in Concert” on 21st November. 

Friday, November 21 at 7:00pm
At Abdulaziz Al Khateeb, Hall, Al Arabi Stadium, Mansouriya, Kuwait
Arijit has been awarded the Best Male Singer by Filmfare Awards in 2013 and by IIFA Awards in 2014

IndiansinKuwait.com contributed to Prime Ministers relief fund

In a noble gesture, IndiansinKuwait.com handed over a cheque of Rupess two lakh (200,000) to the Prime Ministers national relief fund. The cheque was handed over to Indian Ambassador to Kuwait HE Sunil Jain during the Diwali Mela organised by Indiansinkuwait.com at Salmiya Indian Model School last Friday which would be forwarded to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF). 

HALLOWEEN Family BBQ Party @alcornicheclub Kuwait

Tuesday, October 07, 2014


Before the discovery of oil in Kuwait, dhow builders were viewed as one of the major national resources. Kuwait owned over 800 dhows prior to World War I. By 1919, Kuwait had acquired about 1200 dhows of different types and sizes. They were used for fishing, pearling, deep-sea trade, Gulf coastal trade, and the local transportation of goods and fresh water. The purpose and function of the dhow strongly influenced its design and size. For a relaxing evening on the water, join AWARE for a most unique experience; a Dhow Sunset Dinner. Limited seats.


Fee: KD 21 per person. 

For details, please contact joumana@aware.com.kw

Deadline: 14 October, 2014 (Tuesday).

Date : 18 Oct,2014


For a rewarding, spiritual & informative experience be part of this tour. This is a 1½ tour of one of Kuwait’s most famous landmarks. Ladies are required to cover - long sleeves and long ankle length skirt, otherwise the mosque will provide a cloak. If you have your own scarf you’re welcome to bring it. Cameras are allowed. Children are welcome. This tour meets directly at the Grand Mosque

Date : 11 oct, 9.15 AM

Eid Al Adha Festival, Kuwait

Friday, September 26, 2014

Indian Embassy in Kuwait holiday for Gandhi Jayanthi

The Embassy of India will remain closed on Thursday, 2nd for the Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. Embassy will also be closed on Monday, 6th of October for Idu’l Zuha (Bakrid), However the date is subjected to change, embassy informed in a press statement.

Indian Embassy will also be closed on 23rd of October for Diwali.

However, emergency and needed Consular, Labour & attestation
services would be available at the Embassy during the holidays, the statement said.


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