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Travel Tips to Bahrain
Average Flying Time6 hours 50 minutes
Airline FlyingBritish Airways, Gulf Airways, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Emirates
Average Flying Kms5094 (kms)
Best Time to TravelNovember to March
Time Zone UTC/GMT +3 hours
LanguagesArabic, English, Persian
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 0.572024 BHD
Modes of TransportBuses & Tram, Taxis, Car & Motorcycles
Why Fly to Bahrain
Top 10 Places to Visit
Lively streets, an eclectic fusion with historical architecture is the best way to describe the place. A little bit of history mixed with a modern vibe offers the best of Old Town. Enjoy the mouth-watering foods, colourful shopping and interesting sights.
The biggest and the oldest museum in Bahrain takes visitors through a journey of Bahrain’s history until modernity. The photo essays, remnants of Dilmun civilization and extraordinary exhibits make a visit worthwhile.
A place dedicated fully for numismatists, the currency museum is home to many ancient coins and rare Islamic currencies. The library in the museum offers books with great insights into Islamic & world currencies with invaluable information.
All that glitters is gold at Bahrain’s Gold Souk. Filled with abundant jewellery shops, it is an impossible sight to miss. One can also find natural pearls and considered as one of the best places to purchase them is the Souk.
A well-preserved center that protects and showcases culture and natural heritage in the Arab world. Located adjacent to the Bahrain National Museum, make sure not to miss the Heritage Festival. It’s an event to witness the best craftsmen at work.
Opened by the renowned artist Rashid Al Oraifi, the museum is devoted entirely to the art and artefacts of Dilmun era. There are over 100 works of masterpieces in the form of art and sculpture, which also includes the artist’s own paintings.
A historically prominent landmark in the Arabian Gulf region, the impressive fort dates back to 5000 years. The Bahrain Fort is also the only UNESCO declared World Heritage Site.
An ideal park for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, the sanctuary is a natural habitat for over 500 species of animals and birds. Enjoy a guided tour and spend the day with an amazing wildlife experience.
A mesmerizing feature, the Tree of Life stands in the middle of the desert without any drop of water. However, belonging to the Acacia family and believed to be over 100 years old, it blossoms with yellows flowers in spring while sheds leaves during winter.
Explore the amazing island and the ample recreational activities. Home to a breeding site of many sea birds, tourists have the privilege to enjoy the comforts of resort style accommodation and elegant dining experiences.