Bahrain, affectionately known as the island of golden smiles. Bahrain’s welcoming embrace leaves no doubt in any visitors mind as to where the nickname came from all along. The sun shine, sparkling waters of the Gulf that are a rich aqua blue in color. Traffic flows gently and smoothly. Beautifully designed modern buildings blend in with the traditional style.
Bahrain National Museum , Seef Mall, Qala at Arad (Fort), Bahrain Mall , Riffa Fort, Bahrain International Exhibition Center , Riffa Golf Club, The Tree of Life, Gulf International Convention Center
King Fahd Causeway
The King Fahd Causeway is a series of bridges and causeways connecting Saudi Arabi and Bahrain. The idea of constructing the causeway was based on improving the links and bonds between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Surveying of the maritime began in 1968, and construction began in 1981 and continued until 1986, when it was officially opened to the public.
Arad FortArad Fort is a 15th-century fort in Arad, Bahrain. Formerly guarding a separate island of its own, the fort and its surroundings have since been joined to Muharraq Island. Arad Fort was built in the typical style of Islamic forts during the 15th century before the Portuguese invasion of Bahrain in AD 1622. This fort is one of the compact defensive forts in Bahrain. In its present location, it overlooks various sea passages of Muharraq's shallow seashores. In the past, there was an inaccessible marine channel which was controlled by the local people to prevent ships from breaking through to the island where the fort is located.