As the meeting place for locals and visitors and a
fantastic way to experience the true flavours, scents, and colours
of Manama, a visit to the souks (local markets) is a must.
Here one can purchase anything from beautiful Persian rugs to rare
and precious jewellery, all while sampling the local cuisine along
If one is to venture just slightly out of the city,
Bahrain's special history can be encountered in numerous old fort
buildings, dating back as far back as 3000 BC, and beautifully
restored and preserved for visitors to admire.
And when the temperatures of the desert seem
overwhelming, water activities seem extra tempting. Luckily water
sports are extremely popular in Bahrain, with tourists and locals
indulging in their sport of choice all year round in the warm
waters of the Persian Gulf. Sailing and scuba diving are
If you prefer to stay on land but still feel the need
to cool down, you can visit the Lost Paradise of Dilmun Waterpark
with the family, allowing kids to tube and slide the day away,
while cooling off from the desert climate. Whether it is in the
water or in the desert, there is plenty to choose from for the
Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park
On a swelteringly hot day, the perfect activity for both children and adults in Bahrain is a trip to the Lost Paradise of Dilmun. The biggest waterpark in the Middle East, The Lost Paradise of Dilmun has a number of water rides... see full details
Bahrain FortLocated roughly two miles (4km) from Manama along the coast of Bahrain, the archaeological site of Bahrain Fort (Qal'at al-Bahrain) is one of the largest in the country and has been listed as a World Heritage Site. As the capital of the ancient Silmun... see full details
Manama SoukTo experience the true flavours, scents and colours of Manama, a visit to the souks (local markets) are a must. Here, visitors can experience and purchase everything this beautiful country has to offer, from a variety of cloths in different colours and textures to... see full details
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