During the summer, which lasts roughly from May to
October, the air generally is dry, but south easterly winds often raise
daytime humidity to 90% for a few weeks in August or September. Between
November and April, the climate is pleasant, with cool nights and warm
sunny days. In December and January, night temperatures occasionally
touch the freezing point.
Kuwait's official language is Arabic, and English
is the second language.
Dinar, denoted by KWD, is the official currency of Kuwait. The KWD,
which is divided into 100 units, was introduced to Kuwait in 1960 as a
replacement for the Indian Rupee. The currency has maintained a very
high exchange rate, making it one of the highest valued currencies in