Offering an insight into the city’s rich Islamic culture, the mosques of Kuwait are definitely worth visiting when on a tour here. Spread across the city, these holy places of worship bring together Muslims and are sites of great beauty as well. The city’s largest mosque is known as the Grand Mosque. Spanning an area of around 45,000 square metres, this expansive structure features elaborate and intricate designs while showcasing traditional Islamic architecture. The Al-Mullah Saleh, Al-Mudairees, Al-Uthman, Marzook Al-Bader and Fadalah mosques are among the other holy places of worship in the city. Travellers visiting the city and looking for Kuwait hotels that offer contemporary accommodation can stay at Al-Jahra Copthorne Hotel & Resort. This Kuwait resort is ideal for a family holiday and offers a wealth of leisure facilities.