Al Fateh Grand Mosque

Bahrain’s largest place of worship and among one of the largest mosques in the world

Pearl Diving

For more than 2000 years, Bahrain’s pearls have been prized as some of the best natural pearls in the world. Nowyou the opportunity to hunt for pearls right here in the seawaters of the Gulf

Muharraq

Former capital of Bahrain, known for its cultural contributions through the many restored traditional Bahraini houses that can be found amidst the narrow lanes and byways

Manama

Largest city of Bahrain, where you can visit Little India, Khalaf House, Gold Souk and Al Arrayed House

Al Dar Island

8 minutes off shore boat ride from Sitra Fisherman’s Port, where you spend time on its natural beach

Bahrain National Museum

Built on a central location between Manama and Muharraq, Bahrain National Museum houses 9 main halls, and classifies the accumulated heritage of the Kingdom of Bahrain into 6 different sections

Bahrain International Circuit (BIC)

An ultramodern motorsport facility that is located in the heart of the Sakhir desert. Designed by the renowned German engineer Hermann Tilke, the circuit incorporates many features of local culture

Al Aali Shopping Complex

With its plush environs, sophisticated atmosphere and abundance of luxury labels, this elegant space provides some unique labels present in the country

Best Time to Visit

October – January

Bahraini Currency

 Bahraini Dinar = ₹172 approx

Currency Accepted

U.S. Dollar

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Bahrain: The Perfect Weekend/Quick Getaway From India

A small island nation in the Persian Gulf, the Kingdom of Bahrain is undoubtedly an underrated destination compared to some of its neighbours in the Middle East. Despite being geographically isolated from the mainland, Bahrain first came under the global limelight for its famous pearl fisheries that were once considered the best in the world. Fast forward to this day and Bahrain has emerged as a tolerant, high income and exciting country in the region, offering upscale hospitality options and a wide gamut of activities for travellers.Read more

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It was two years ago that we began our tryst with sharing our wayfaring experiences with travelling aficionados.
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