From rich history as old as 9000 years, this tiny island country is not only famous amongst neighbouring countries but also attracts international tourists, especially for its well-known F1 circuit.
Currency: Bahraini dinar.
Language: Though Arabic is the official language, but English is widely spoken.
Visa: Pakistanis need to arrange a visa before their departure however it can be arranged by applying online. If Pakistanis have a residence permit of any of GCC country they can get a visa on arrival.
Climate: Bahrain experiences scorching summers, and it is not recommended to visit it at all during the hot season. November through March is great months to travel with temperatures ranging from 15 Celsius to 28 Celsius.
Trivia: The Tree of Life, a 400-year-old tree that grows in the Sakhir desert with no nearby water.
Being an Islamic country, halal food is available everywhere.
Bahrain has an excellent infrastructure of roads and transport, the country is accessible by road, by sea and by air. Its primary airport is Bahrain International Airport in the capital city of Manama. Taxis and buses are cheaper as fuel prices are quietly affordable in the country. Renting a car is recommended, you can get one in almost 30 US$/day.
Bahrain has many hotels starting from 40US $. There are many listings available on Airbnb as well (use this link to get 25$ off).
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Dubbed as Las Vegas of the Middle East, Bahrain has plenty of nightlife options from live music to DJs, Indian dance to Belly Dance.
To go or not to go:
If you are transiting through country then definitely it is worth spending a day or two. However, there’s no point in making a trip only to visit Bahrain.