Comprising nine cities in total, any perceived difficulties in getting from place to place are quickly allayed when realising that it is one of the smallest countries in the world in terms of land area, and the majority of that land is desert.
In terms of urban hype, it is largely saturated to the East coast looking out to the Persian Gulf, with nearly all cities within an hour of each other.
The time between each of them is aided by an extensive and modern highway network which compensates the rail void and acts as the foremost mode of transport when in the country.
Buses are on hand for those who don’t have their own cars (or drivers) which also cross borders to other Gulf States in some circumstances.
In terms of getting to Kuwait in the first place, Kuwait International Airport is the principal hub, while from a trade perspective the country also boasts one of the largest shipping industries in the region; enforced and managed by the Kuwait Ports Public Authority across the numerous harbours along the coastline.
For the business traveller, however, wheels - and air conditioning - are the call of the day, but there is never too much time to get completely comfortable before reaching your destination soon after.