Soaring into the sky, the Liberation Tower, Kuwait, is a sight that cannot be missed, as it is the tallest structure in the city. This tower being one of the tallest towers in the world is an unmistakable sign of the Kuwait's independence and resurgence.
The tower has become an important sign of Kuwait's independence and liberty, as its construction was originally started before the Iraqi invasion but halted during the occupation. Since that time it has come to serve as a symbol of a new beginning for Kuwait and a symbol of hope.
Restaurants and observation
The Liberation Tower has been constructed using ceramic tiles from the base all the way up to the highest level which is around 1,010 feet (308m) above the ground. The Tower is 130 feet (40m) taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The Liberation Tower actually serves as a telecommunications tower, and it also features a restaurant in addition to office space. The three distinct sections are a public telecommunications area, a restaurant and revolving observation level.
Super fast elevators
Visitors can travel to the different floors of the towers in one of eighteen different elevators that are on offer. These elevators are considered to be some of the fastest in the world, if not the fastest.
Due to this historical and monumental significance, visitors should not pass up the chance to visit this monumental destination when traveling to Kuwait. Guests wanting to visit this destination can stay in an Al Jahra hotel such as Al Jahra Copthorne Hotel and Resort Kuwait and enjoy some of the best accommodation options in the city.