Sahab Tower is located in Kuwait’s main business and commercial district in the famous Salhia Precinct, conveniently located in the city’s central business district, 20 floors long tower.
it sits directly above the Salhia Commercial Complex and Salhia Plaza, Kuwait’s premier shopping and dining destinations.
This iconic building is also headquarters to major domestic and international companies such as British Petroleum (BP) and the Kuwaiti Engineering Group.
Salhia Complex retains its coveted position as a preferred shopping destination amongst Kuwaiti’s discerning up – market customers for the past 28 years. Experience the joy of leisured Shopping. (It’s connect with our tower).
Easy access to other major districts around the city such as the First Ring Road, Airport highway and the Riyadh Highway.
Sahab towers 20 minutes away from airport.
Views from its position to the Arabian Sea, Salhia Financial District, and the symbolic Kuwait Towers also 5 star hotels, international restaurants, banks.
Building occupants include Cisco, Khabari international , Khalid AL khalid company, British Petroleum (BP), Rolex office, and Shell
20 minutes by car from the Kuwait International Airport.
Taxis are available around the city.
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Servcorp offices are located on level 18 of the Sahab tower.
Level 18 also features glorious artwork depicting Old Kuwait city.