Every year we visit Ahmadi to see the spectacular lights and each year, new themes and structures are introduced. On Tuesday evening, we drove to Ahmadi, parked our car and walked around and covered at least 2 kilometers to see the lights in close quarters and take photographs. This time the design centered around the culture and heritage of Kuwait. If you try to drive around, you will be caught in slow moving traffic and kids with water guns spraying on your window. It's best to park your car and walk around and see the sights. Don't worry, when you are walking, you won't get attacked with water spray guns. Watch out for the fresh paint at the side of some of the pavements, so you won't get some stuck on your shoes. If you haven't seen the Ahmadi lights yet, you should go and see it, preferably on a weekday. There is bound to be a huge amount of traffic during weekends and on the National and Liberation day holidays.