What Is the International Postal Code of Kuwait?

Kuwait utilizes five digits to represent its postal codes. These are formatted to represent the sector and the particular post office they refer to. There isn't a single international postal code that refers specifically to the country.

Kuwait has international numbers and symbols that refer to it specifically as a country, but these are not postal codes. For instance, its international telephone code is 965, while its international country code (3-digit standard) is KWT, or KW in the 2-digit international standard. Within the country, examples of the longer five-digit postal codes include 10002 for Safat, 15004 for Morgab 4 and 15005 for Morgab 5.