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The Kuwaiti Dinar is the most valuable currency in the world. When Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990, huge amounts of Kuwaiti Dinar were stolen or went missing. Immediately after it's liberation following the Gulf War, the Kuwaiti government issued new notes which rendered the millions of pounds worth of stolen currency completely worthless overnight.
Although the Kuwaiti Dinar is so valuable, it is now pegged to the US Dollar. The Dollar to Dinar rate is now $3.60 USD to 1 KWD. The pegged rate means that there is little difference in the exchange rates regardless of whether you try and change money in a souq or at a major bank. The only advantage in using a bank is that they will also cash travellers cheques. It may be more advantageous to buy US Dollars at a more competitive rate than to buy Kuwaiti Dinars.
We do not recommend using cheques in Kuwait. "Bouncing" cheques is illegal and the law does not provide for offenders to be released from custody on bail. "Post-dated" cheques can be banked immediately irrespective of the date on the cheque so you must ensure that you have sufficient funds to cover any cheques written.
British nationals need a visa to enter Kuwait but you can get one for free by applying to the Kuwaiti Embassy in London before you travel. Visas are normally granted for 30 days to tourists and up to 90 days for business travellers.
Upon arrival you may be asked to provide proof of return or onward travel, confirmation of accommodation and a sponsor's letter. See the Embassy website for more information.
Over the past week the Kuwaiti Dinar has dropped by 1.08% from last Wednesday's rate of 0.4158 to today's rate of 0.4113 which means £750 will buy you KD3.38 less now than it would have a week ago. During this period the best rate we recorded was 0.4158 on Wednesday and the worst rate was 0.4111 on Saturday.
The 90 day outlook has seen the Kuwaiti Dinar rate drop by 0.56% from 0.4136 on 19th April 2018 to 0.4113 today. Based on these figures, £750 would have bought you KD1.73 more three months ago that it would have today. We recorded a high rate of 0.4217 on 16th April 2018 and a low rate of 0.4041 on 1st March 2018.
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