| Al•Dhu•ba•eiya |
A costal area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate. area named after the tribe of Dhubaiya Bin Tha'labah where they used to live in the costal area and Dhubaiyah was part of it. - continue reading ....
 
| Al•O•ma•riya |
A residential area within Farwaneya Governorate, area named after Umar ibn al-Khattab who was a leading companion and adviser to the Islamic prophet Muhammad who later became the second Muslim Cali - continue reading ....
 
| Sal•mi•ya |
Residential area within Hawalli Governorate. Salmiya was named after Sheikh Salem Al-Mubarak the 9th ruler of the Al-Sabah dynasty of Kuwait. - continue reading ....
 
| Fhai•heel |
Residential area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate, Fahaheel as in plural for Fahal "Palms male plant, where Sheikh Mohammed Al-Salman Al-Sabah brought plalms from Faw farms in Basrah and grow them in - continue reading ....
 
| Jah•ra |
Residential area within Al-Jahra Governorate. Jahra as in showed or appeared.
Jahra houses used to be all white and coated with plaster in such a way that when the sun rose or set, the hous - continue reading ....
 
| Bnai•der |
A costal area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate, Bnaider is short for Bandar as in port, contrary to its meaning, Bnaider is currently urbanized with chalets and resorts. - continue reading ....
 
| Ah•ma•di |
Residential area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate. Ahmadi was named after Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah the 10th ruler of the Al-Sabah dynasty of Kuwait. - continue reading ....
 
| Shu•waikh |
A residential industrial area within Al-Asema Governorate, Shuwaikh was named after a guard named Shuwaikh short for Shaikh for being the head of port guards. - continue reading ....
 
| Sa•ba•hi•ya |
Residential area within Al-Ahmadi Governorate. Sabahiya was named after Sheikh Sabah Al-Salem the 12 ruler of the Al-Sabah dynasty of Kuwait. - continue reading ....
 
| El•qa•ser |
A residential area within Al-Jahra Governorate, it was named after the historical monument Qaser Al-Ahmar "Red fort" which is located in the same area.
Sheikh Mubarak Al-Sabah built Al-Qaser - continue reading ....