Flights To Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain - Travel Tips & Information 

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Located between the Qatar peninsula and the northeastern coast of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain is a country in the Persian Gulf and the third-smallest nation in Asia after the Maldives and Singapore. Its capital is Manama, the official language is Arabic with English widely spoken. Bahrain is the site of the ancient Dilmun civilization. It has been famed since antiquity for its pearl fisheries, which were considered the best in the world into the 19th century.

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The Climate in Bahrain is hot in the summer and cold and dry in winter. Rainfall in Bahrain is minimal and irregular and mostly occurs in winter.

As an attractive tourist destination, Bahrain received a huge number of visitors every year. Most of these are coming from the Arab states. Visitors travel to Bahrain to discover its rich history and culture including its forts, Museums, mosques, and its sandy beaches. In Manama, you can explore Bahrain’s history and culture at the likes of the Al-Fateh Mosque and the Bahrain National Museum. The story of the Bahraini people is so rich because the country lies on the major Arabian Gulf trading routes, its deep and safe natural harbors popular with sailors since time immemorial.

By sea, you can sail, dolphin watch, fish, scuba dive, or kite surf. On land, there are gyms, horse riding stables, and sports clubs, including rugby, tennis, soccer, cricket, and basketball.

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Qalat Al Bahrain, Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain


Manama Bahrain World Trade Centre features the original design signifying two enormous sails that were erected along the coast by the locals. At night, the glittering lights offers a stunning view. The best view of the Bahrain Corniche is from this significant structure.

The largest and oldest public museum in the Gulf, National Museum of Bahrain encompasses a considerable collection of Bahrain’s archeological artifacts. It covers the history and heritage of the country dating back to 5000 years. 

Al Areen Wildlife Park is a nature reserve located in Sakhir, Bahrain.  A haven for animals, plants, and nature lovers, it protects numerous and rare flora and fauna including bird species, mammals, and plant species. 

Bahrain is a distinctive blend of the old and new leaving an enduring travel experience in the heart of the tourist. It is sure to leave everyone impressed.