Bahrain, includes a group of 33 islands in an area of 707 sq.kms located in the Persian Gulf on the east coast of Saudi Arabia.
The state is named after the Bahrain Grand Iceland, for 586.5 yards. Mts. And is connected by bridges to the Sitra (industrial area and tank farm) and Muharraq (international airport). There are many other small islands, uninhabited and are best known for its migratory birds that pass through the autumn and spring known.
Arabic is the official language of Bahrain, though English is widely understood and used for commercial purposes. Islam is the religion of Bahrain, but there are also places of worship of other religions in the island.
The Persian Gulf is has an average depth of 35 meters, most of the close of Bahrain and less deep than that.
Bahrain is the trendy district of the Arab world, including the most modern restaurants, nightlife and modern restaurants in the capital Manama. Although most tourists visit the country in the air, the island is also connected to the mainland by the King Fahd Causeway, a bridge is 15.5 miles long.
The Soukh: Visit to Bahrain would be complete without a trip Soukh, which is full of incomplete, sounds, scents and colors. Everything from fabric colors and textures for jewelry and gold and a traditional range of spices and local products available. The place offers modern facilities and well worth seeing, if for no other purpose, enjoy colorful fruits and vegetables, herbs, spices and nuts. The gold souk is composed of European and contemporary jewelry designs and other traditional Bedouin variety of styles. The fabric souk contains materials in all colors and textures of silk, cotton and wool.
Siyadi House: Built by Ahmed Bin Qassem Siyadi, a pearl merchant, she has fine features to look out for, including stained glass, stucco, carved screens and a large security set in the wall of a room superior reception quality.
Museum of Pearl Diving: is considered the most important historic buildings in Bahrain. It derives significance as the first official center for the courts of Bahrain. The building was inaugurated by the late HH Sh. Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa, Governor of Bahrain, and on 18 October 1937 calendar year. At that time, the building consists of four Supreme Courts, the other three directions. Later, in 1984 the building was transformed into a center of traditional heritage. Currently, the Museum of diving bulb under the control of the Directorate of Archaeology and cultural heritage, one of the main directions of the Ministry for Cabinet Affairs and Information. The Museum of Pearl Diving is considered as a source of pride to Bahrain, its governors and the people of yesterday and today.
Bair Al Qur'an: The house was built to be a valuable collection of Holy Quran and manuscripts, a unique concept in the Persian Gulf home. The complex includes a library, a mosque, an auditorium and five exhibition halls.
Tree of Life: alone in the desert about two kilometers from Jebel Dukhan, this mystical tree welcome shade from the heat of the day, even if the source of water for the tree remains a mystery.
Oil Museum: Oil Museum is near the "Oil Well No. 1" was launched in second June 1992 the sixtieth anniversary of the discovery of oil in Bahrain, which was also the first country to do away celebrating the Middle East. The museum contains fascinating drills, old photos, documents and working model of a drilling rig.
King Fahad Causeway: Opened in 1986, is the link that connects engineering Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, also one of the most expensive bridges in the world. The bridge crosses Umm Nasan Iceland, a sanctuary for wild animals, and half-way there is an opportunity area that includes a restaurant, which can be visited, although I do not travel all the way to Saudi Arabia.
Riding: The Middle East is known for his passion for horse riding known. Visitors have the choice of suitable age with a good stable support for all ages and abilities. It has a nice track with seating for 10,000 spectators.
Riffa Golf Club: The Riffa Golf Club was designed by a leading designer of golf-Karl Litton. The club has a length of 24 acres and includes landscaped shrubs and palm trees give a feeling of tropical wilderness. The course was created to correspond to the class.