Kuwait's topography is characterized by a relatively flat desert terrain.
The elevation of the country gradually increases from the coastline to the north, where it reaches its highest point.
The central region of Kuwait is dominated by a vast sandy plain with numerous dunes.
The terrain of Kuwait is punctuated by a few small hills and low-lying areas.
The highest point in Kuwait is Jabal Al-Mutawwaq, which stands at an elevation of 1,004 feet (306 meters).
The lowest point in Kuwait is the Persian Gulf, which lies at sea level.
See here a list of 10 cities in Kuwait and their elevation above sea level.