Kuwait Times or Al Watan Daily (I read the Arab Times, but I also read the National Inquirer...)
(I'm going to recommend my favorite Kuwaiti restaurant because we're in Kuwait....)
Kuwaiti restaurant: Shateya Watiya in the Behbehani complex downtown.
Kuwaiti food delivery online - see: http://www.talabat.com/kw/en/cuisine-food/19/kuwaiti-restaurants-in-kuwait. Or my review: http://desertgirlkuwait.blogspot.com/2012/03/kuwaiti-food-and-restaurants.html
The best beaches are in Khiran, approximately 45 minutes South of Kuwait City. Take the Khiran Resort exit from 40 until you see a bridge and water towers. Make the U turn. Take the next right (road goes to Zoor). Park next to any of the chalets under construction. Walk over berms to the beaches. Completely isolated and very clean. There are many inlets - just pick one.
Ideally, if you can get out to Khubar or Um Al Moradim islands, they are awesome. Al Boom Dive Center will take you there. Mr. Reyadh Al- Bannow, Tel:(+965) 24613445/6/7/8, Fax:(+965) 24613449, Email: email@example.com
Depends on what you want. Movies? Dinner? Maybe a twilight boat cruise around the bay? Night life in Kuwait centers around coffee shops because there are no bars. Make Kuwaiti friends; get invited to parties.. In the summer time, at the chalets (beach houses) or yachts; in the winter in tents.
Call Yousef at Amwaj Boat Trips, 6688-7475, E: firstname.lastname@example.org, Instagram: @amwajboattrips
NAUI Middle East service Center – Al Boom Marine, Reyadh Al-Bannow, Tel: (+965) 2461 3445/6/7/8, Fax: (+965) 246 13449, Email: email@example.com. Diving trips (for certified divers – equipment rentals), dive courses, snorkeling and trips to Kuwait’s Southern Islands; Garoh and Um Al-Moradim (from Khiran).
Seashells or El Joan in Julai’ia. Bring a marriage certificate because most resorts/hotels won’t rent to singles. (They also won’t validate certificates... just sayin.)
Spa Aquatonic, The Missouni Hotel, Corniche Club
The BEST/oldest is Mubarakia in downtown Kuwait. They have souqs within the souq: gold, fish, meat, clothing, spices, perfumes, household goods, cosmetics, Bedouin weavings, antiques, etc.
Eat at Sheesha King (outdoors in front of the mosque). Order fresh grilled meat, fresh fish, or hameesa shrimp.
Local Tours of Kuwait
Ali or Fran at Morqab Tours, 6510-0772 (Will tailor for smaller groups/individuals). Ali is Kuwaiti and his dad was a ship-builder. He is VERY proud of his Kuwaiti heritage and offers truly unique and wonderful tours of the country he loves. I highly recommend them.
Nuzha Tours, 25755825/35 Web: www.nuzhatours.com (Require minimum #s)
GO SEE KUWAIT!!!