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Welcome to Online Bahrain Guide

Bahrain, comprises a group of thirty three islands, located within an area of 707 Sq.Kms., and is situated at the Arabian Gulf, away from the east coast of Saudi Arabia. Bahrein is now, a modern developed country with widely available tourist facilities. 

Major Tourist Attractions

Attractions Manama Bahrain Bahrain is the fashionable area of the Arab world, comprising most modern restaurants, nightlife and modern restaurants in its capital city, Manama. The interesting point of Bahrain is the combination of traditional and modern lifestyle that continues in close proximity with towering modern constructions fighting for real estate right beside more traditional dwellings and historical sites. Read More

Historical Places

Bahrain Fort:  The site is believed to have been constructed around 2800 BC, and is subsequently overlaid by various fortified settlements. The last was built during the 16th century to defend recent acquisition of Portugal. The Bahrain Fort is also known as the Protuguese Fort, due to this reason.  Read More

Latest News

Longer validity multiple-entry visas to be granted from 2nd quarter this year -18/2/2015

Bahrain will grant longer validity visas and multiple entry visas from second quarter onwards, a top official said.

Flying Feathers exhibit launched at BIA departure terminal -18/2/2015

A photo exhibition launched at the Bahrain International Airport yesterday, showcased a history of aviation, aimed at displaying the aviation legacy of Bahrain to international audience.

Bahrain Expo Milano 2015 to focus on Agrarian heritage -18/2/2015

Visitors to the Bahrain International Garden Show (BIGS) will get to catch a glimpse of the national pavilion of Bahrain at the Expo Milano 2015, aimed to reflect the Agrarian heritage of the Kingdom.

Dragon City to be unveiled in September this year -18/2/2015

Dragon City, a major retail project located in the western part of Diyar Al Muharraq is likely to be unveiled in September this year, said ZG Keung, the Vice President of Chinamex, the operating company.

Bahrain International Circuit lights up for the National Race Day -4/2/2015

The latest edition of National Race Day will be held at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) in Sakhir on 6th February, Friday, and the action will feature with both participants battling it out under floodlights.

Leading industrial show Gulf Industry Fair 2015 unveiled -4/2/2015

The leading industrial show in the Northern Gulf, namely, the Gulf Industry Fair (GIF) 2015 has been unveiled by HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of Bahrain.

Special areas to be allocated for single male expats in Manama -29/1/2015

Certain areas of Manama will be set aside for single male expats, as per new proposal by the Capital Trustees Board, which replaced Manama Municipal Council last year.

Government to introduce new tenancy registration procedures -29/1/2015

The government of Bahrain is likely to introduce fresh obligatory tenancy registration procedures early next month.

Development of Manama Souq into main tourist attraction still uncertain -21/1/2015

Manama Souq, which was earlier ear-marked to be one of the main tourist attraction in Bahrain for the year 2015, in a bid to promote family tourism this year, is now under disbandment of culture ministry.

The Autumn Fair 2015 unveiled -21/1/2015

The biggest annual consumer products show in Bahrain, The Autumn Fair 2015 will open today at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.

Main post office in Bahrain to be relocated from Muharraq to Hidd -21/1/2015

The main post office in Muharraq will be relocated to a site adjacent to Shaikh Khalifa Port in Hidd.

Gulf Industry Fair to be unveiled on 3rd February in Bahrain -15/1/2015

To be held under the patronage of HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salmany al Khalifa, the Gulf Industry Fair will be held from 3rd to 5th February 2015.

Bahrain health ministry to launch new healthcare initiative -15/1/2015

The Health Ministry in Bahrain has organized a new initiative to remove the burden of healthcare on Bahrain economy.

Salmaniya Water Park to undergo major revamp -15/1/2015

Salmaniya Water Park (Salmaniya Water Garden) in Bahrain will undergo a major revamp and will soon grow to be an ideal place for all recreational activities, if all goes as planned.

New private sector healthcare scheme for expats launched -7/1/2015

A new healthcare scheme for private sector foreign employees has been launched in Bahrain.

Bahrain works on building a centre for the disabled -7/1/2015

A centre which is dedicated to disabled people will be unveiled at A Ali, Bahrain, with Kuwaiti Economic Development Fund financing the same.

Bahrain Premier launches blueprint of new growth plan -7/1/2015

A brief four-year growth plan has been unveiled by Bahrain Premier yesterday, which outlines government action for sustained growth, security, justice, equality and citizen welfare in Bahrain.

The Autumn Fair 2015 to be unveiled on 21st January 2015 -24/12/2014

One of the largest and most popular annual consumer products exhibitions in Bahrain, namely, The Autumn Fair, will be held from 21st to 29th January 2015 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre, under the patronage of Bahrain Ministry of Industry and Commerce.

Bahrain to invest more than BD19mn on major infrastructure projects -24/12/2014

Millions of dinars will be spent on road improvements across Bahrain next year, said Essam Khalaf, the Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister.

More health facilities in Bahrain over the next two years -24/12/2014

Plans are underway to establish two or more health centres in Muharraq, costing a total of BD8million.