The Seif Palace was originally designated for the Emir royals.
The Emir household however never lived in the Seif Palace and instead the palace served as a court for celebrations. Built by Sheikh Mubarak, this palace is considered to be an integral part of Kuwait city and its progress. It is a splendid example of Islamic architecture, with original Islamic mosaic tile work. The palace complex is gargantuan, with an artificial lake, a dock for yachts and a landing field for helicopters. Civilians are however not permitted beyond the entrance gate to the palace, one can explore the surrounding gardens and ofcourse admire the palace building from the outside. No photoography is permitted here.
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