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Bahrain Popular Places to Visit

Top 10 Places To Visit In Manama

Manama, the modern capital of the Gulf island nation of Bahrain, has been at the center of major trade routes since antiquity. Discover the following best attractions in Manama: 1. Al-Fateh Grand Mosque The Al Fateh Grand Mosque is one of the country's most majestic landmarks and premier tourist attractions. The mosque boasts a sprawling 6,500 square meter land area and can

Bahrain Camping In The Dessert

This Arabic tradition might seem like an exercise in enduring privation, but wait till you see the tents: plasma TVs, dune buggies and proper toilets. The camping season runs between October 15 and March 31 and is located in the Sakhir Desert. Bonfires and star gazing are mandatory.

Marassi Beach

Marassi Al Bahrain will introduce the Kingdom to true waterfront living with its expansive waterfront promenade lined with cafes and restaurants, a landmark shopping mall and 5 star resort hotels. Welcome to an Island filled with adventure, excitement, style, and serenity.

The Lagoon

Located at the heart of Amwaj Islands, The Lagoon is a destination like no other in Bahrain, offering indoor and outdoor entertainment, retail therapy, cultural events, café life and more.  The one-kilometre long waterside destination has been inspired by lively cultural centres like London’s Covent Garden and Cockle Wharf in Sydney. A growing complex with over 55,000m² of commercial space, The

Bahrain Coral Bay

Bahrain Coral Bay has a beach a fully equipped health club an doffers all types of water sports. Best places for families and couples, Coral Bay is an ultimate destination for relaxation, adventure, entertainment and enjoyment.

Birds Kingdom Amwaj

The site extends in excess of 2200 sqm. and is unique to Bahrain.  Construction began in 2011, and opened the doors to the public in April 2014. The gardens and park were the vision of Mr. Saud Kanoo with the purpose of housing the private collection of his father Mr. Abdul Aziz Qassim Kanoo, thus sharing his passion for birds with

Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Park

It’s impressive. There’s a lake, walkways, restaurants, shopping areas, seating areas and plenty of greenery. Around six million dinars was spent creating this 80,000 square metre park – one of the biggest of its kind in Bahrain – and it was seemingly worth it as it’s particularly popular on weekends and with families.

Adhari Park

Adhari Park is an amusement park in the Kingdom of Bahrain based around the historic freshwater spring known as Ain Adari which is located around the Zinj area. In 2003, the site was remodeled and it became a major tourist attraction. It had opened to the public in 2008 and covers an area of 165,000 square meters. It has 8 outdoor and indoor rides for people of all ages,

Lost Paradise Of Dilmun

Set as Bahrain's biggest waterpark, The Lost Paradise of Dilmun currently covers an overall area of approximately 77,000 square metres, with a built-up area of 45,000 square meters and about 20,000 square meters. Each aspect of the park is based on the history of the Dilmun period, reflected by unique stone sculptures and architecture that encompasses the theme. Over 18

Karting - Bikc

Bahrain International Circuit’s all-new state-of-the-art karting facility built to standards of the Commission Internationale de Karting (CIK), helps unearth young local talent; and its on-site technicians provide vital racing expertise.