Kuwait, officially the State of Kuwait, is where GAC’s operations first began back in 1956. Almost 70% of its population of more than 4.6 million* are non-Kuwaitis*. Its capital and largest city is Kuwait City.
When deciding where to stay in Kuwait, in addition to your work location, you may wish to consider amenities in the area, lifestyle preferences and budget. For instance, the Salmiya and Jabriya areas in the Hawalli Governorate are home to several reputed international schools and Al Ahmadi, where many oil and gas companies are based, is a popular location for professionals working in the sector.
Expatriate women are encouraged to wear loose-fitting clothing that covers the shoulders and is below knee-length. The dress code for men is straight forward – t-shirts and pants are acceptable, but shorts are discouraged.
Moving to Kuwait
While moving to a new country is an exciting experience, it can also be daunting. There are so many things to do and take note of - but GAC is here to help. Not only can we take care of delivery and unpacking, we can also provide destination services to help you adjusted to your new life. Let us use our decades of experience in Kuwait to make your move stress-free.
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*According to Kuwait’s Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) website