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Things to do in Bahrain
Al Muharraq - take a visit to Shaikh Isa Bin Ali Khalifa House
Whilst in Bahrain take time to visit Shaikh Isa Bin Ali Al Khalifa House in the old part of Muharraq City. The building was completed at the end of the 18th century and has all the characteristics of the buildings in the area with its small windows and doors. The house was once the property of Shaikh Isa Bin Ali Al Khalifa who was the ruler of Bahrain from 1869 until 1932.
Jidhafs - try and enjoy bargaining at a night market
Although the market at Jidhafs is called a night market it is normally open both during the day and early evening. Here all types of local produce can be seen for sale with fresh fruits and fish being particularly popular. The profusion of colours makes this an ideal photographic opportunity especially as much of the architecture and clothing of the locals is unchanged in centuries.
Manama - take a chance to visit Beit Al Qur’an
The Beit Al Qur’an Museum at Manama houses one of the most important collections of Islamic works in the world as in the only one of its kind in the Persian Gulf. In its collections are ancient copies of the Koran from all around Asia and Europe as well as ancient artefacts including ornate glassware and jewellery. The museum is spread over several floors and is designed in a traditional Islamic style.
Manama - visit La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art
Set in what was once a pearl merchant’s home La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art houses one of the best art galleries in Bahrain. The gallery has its own collection of paintings and works of art and frequently receives guest exhibitions. The courtyard of the gallery also hosts performances on a nightly basis for which payment is required although the gallery is free to visit. The museum is closed on Mondays but open all others days between 10am and 1pm and then 4pm to 6pm.
Introduction of Bahrain
Oil-rich Bahrain Island lies in the gulf of the same name, opposite Saudi Arabia, with its authentic Arab heritage and reputation for liberal alcohol laws drawing around eight million tourists a year. The main attraction is the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix at Manama. Bahrainis are welcoming, friendly people, but respect for their customs and traditions is an important aspect of any visit to the country. A popular attraction here is the string of Arabian Gulf beaches catering for swimmers, sailors and scuba divers. Bahrain is an interesting place for history buffs, with its UNESCO-listed Qalat al Bahrain castle and museums displaying artefacts from nine millennia ago as well as tracing the 5,000-year settled history of the island. A'ali town is known for its 6,000-year-old burial mounds and traditional pottery; Riffa has a medieval fort and the palaces of the country's rulers; traditional Malkiya village holds the tomb of Zayd ibn Suhan; Bani Jamra is famous for its textiles and its souks are a delight. Bahrain hotels are modern, comfortable and range from top-dollar to only slightly less expensive.