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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

Ramadan Bazaar expo unveiled at Bahrain Finance Harbour -17/6/2015

The Ramadan Bazaar has been unveiled at Bahrain Financial Harbour and includes products of thirteen families registered in the product home project, and several other parental care societies.

Bahrain awards BD10mn contract for second phase of works on BIA -17/6/2015

Bahrain has awarded BD10million contract for the second enabling works package for the new Bahrain International Airport (BIA) passenger terminal building, a report said.

Enjoy free access to any Bahraini Museum on International Museum Day -20/5/2015

Visitors are likely to enjoy free access to any Museum in the country, as Bahrain celebrates the International Museum Day on Saturday.

Bahrain to get its first IKEA outlet next year -20/5/2015

The Swedish home furniture giant, IKEA, is expected to open its first Bahrain outlet by next year, it is said.

Bahrain government to take remedial measures on stalled projects -20/5/2015

The government in Bahrain has begun to take remedial measures and actions to end the dossier of stalled real estate projects in the Kingdom.

Bahrain Premier unveils 3G trade shows at BIECC -13/5/2015

The 3G trade shows featuring about 130 exhibitors from building, construction, interiors and real estate sectors has been unveiled in Bahrain today by HH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of Bahrain.

Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix boosts Bahrain tourism sector -22/4/2015

The recently concluded Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix has been a major boost to Bahrain hospitality and tourism sector.

23rd Bahrain Heritage Festival unveiled at Arad Fort -22/4/2015

The 23rd Heritage Festival was unveiled today in Bahrain at Arad Fort, under the patronage of His Majesty King Hamad.

Formula One Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix adds fun activities -8/4/2015

The Formula One Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2015 has set up a series of extreme activities to be enjoyed by one and all, irrespective of whether you are a fearless adrenaline-junkie or just a thrill-seeker.

Bahrain backs green technology projects -8/4/2015

Bahrain is all set to step up its support for construction projects while also promoting green technologies, a senior minister in Bahrain announced.

Multi-million dollar entertainment destination ready for opening -8/4/2015

Work on a new multi-million dollar entertainment destination is almost nearing completion in Bahrain, and is ready for opening by the last quarter of this year.

EDUTEX 2015 to conclude in Bahrain tomorrow -25/3/2015

The fourth edition of Education and Training International Exhibition (EDUTEX Bahrain) 2015 was unveiled on 24th March by the Labour Ministry Undersecretary, Sabah Salim Al Dousari.

Major revamp scheduled on bus stop and shelters -25/3/2015

Several hundreds of bus stops and shelters across Bahrain would be revamped soon, according to a scheme to be introduced next month.

Marina West project to resume in phases -25/3/2015

Work on the standstill Marina West project located in proximity to Budaiya, may soon be commenced, and investors in this stalled multi-million dinar residential project can finally heave a sigh of relief, as they can finally move into their new homes by the end of 2016.

Airport Expansion Programme gets underway -18/3/2015

The first stage of Bahrain International Airport (BIA) passenger terminal construction has officially been launched with the commencement of enabling works on airport grounds.

Bahrain International Airport to undergo major revamp -12/3/2015

The Bahrain International Airport is all set to undergo a major modernisation so as to accommodate millions of travellers.

Expats happy about the quality of life in Bahrain -12/3/2015

Bahrain has been ranked the 5th position in the overall HSBC Expat Explorer 2015 survey, followed by Qatar at 13th position, Oman at 14th and UAE at 15th position.

Bahrain to house six new museums, expo centre, and other new facilities -5/3/2015

About six new museums are being planned by the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, said its President Shaikha Main bint Mohammed Al Khalifa, which includes an arts museum, the Al Muharraqi museum and a childrens museum.

Softened regulations boost investments in Bahrain construction sector -5/3/2015

With the easing of regulations by the Bahrain government and the establishment of businesses in the Kingdom, several billion dinars worth investments are likely to be pumped into Bahrain, said Isa Al Hammadi, the Information Affairs Minister.

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.