Kuwait Ranked As One Of The ‘Safest Cities in the World’ and 8th Best Vacation Capital

Kuwait has been ranked on the 8th spot as the best vacation capital of the world and it also racked up as one of the safest cities in the world.

In Kuwait, there are at least 5 restaurants per square kilometer in Kuwait, the price paid by tourists per night for a hotel room is at least 131 pounds sterling and there are about 2.12 landmarks per square kilometer that are being visited by tourists every year in Kuwait. This data is based on the Capital Cities Index, one of the biggest luggage storage networks worldwide.

According to this index, Kuwait is at the 8th spot as the ‘best capital for vacation in the world’ overtaking Jakarta and Ankara. Other countries in the top 10 are Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, and Manama.

The said index also states that Kuwait belongs to the list of the safest countries in the world, having the lowest crime rate of 24 out of 100. Abu Dhabi is the second on the list following Vaduz which is the capital of the Emirate of Liechtenstein.

Four million hashtags on Instagram were also recorded in Kuwait and this number is also one of the major criteria of BOUNCE in ranking as the best city in the entire globe. BOUNCE network was able to include some of the ratings of 69 other capitals in the world.

BOUNCE network relied their statistics on factors like weather, tourist facilities, and climate of these cities. They are also focusing on the capital’s landmarks, the center of activities, tourist facilities, and others. Based on these factors, the capital of Maltese, Valletta made it to the top as the ‘preferred capital for tourism’. Paris is also tagged as the ‘second-largest rate of attractions and restaurants per kilometer.

Valletta scored 6.74 points out of 10 followed by Abu Dhabi with 6.24 points, New Delhi, Bahrain, and Kuwait.

Source Arabtimes

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