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The popular Salem Al-Mubarak Shopping strip is in relative close proximity to the capital.The influx of foreigners to Salmiya is of historical importance dating as far back as the 1960s.The beach front, once a hub and harbor for the fishing and pearl diving community, has been transformed into a well-developed and modern bustling commercial avenue.The Salem Al-Mubarak Street shopping districts, commonly known as Salmiya Center, runs down the outer blocks of Salmiya.Marina Mall and Crescent is here, which is one of my favourites.
It was very difficult being here at first, I felt quite lonely without my children and with my husband being at work.
There is also a Hard Rock Cafe along the Corniche and a climbing wall and restaurants at 'Marina Wave' which are very popular.
Along the beach you will find inflatables for children to play on and there are also many parks along the Corniche which the children play on.
Salmiya has been a model district in the context of modernization.
It has undertaken a major face lift in recent times primarily due to ever-expanding commercial real estate on the Gulf Road.
According to a survey by technology experts and engineers Bassam Al Shemmari and Ahmad Safar, 72 per cent of Kuwaitis spend more than five hours a day on social media.