Things to do in Manama

Centrally located in Manama, Ramee Grand Hotel is the ideal choice for the leisure traveler, with all the major attractions only a short distance away.

Al-Fatih Mosque (Great Mosque)

One of the largest mosques in the world, Al Fateh Grand Mosque was built in 1987 and named after Ahmed Al Fateh, the conqueror of Bahrain. Open to Muslims and non-Muslims alike, you can take a guided tour the mosque and learn more about the history of Islam.

Qal'at al-Bahrain Fort & Museum
An archaeological and UNESCO World Heritage site, Qal’at al-Bahrain or the Fort of Bahrain has over the years released much of the country’s history from as far back as 2000 BC. Open to the public since 2008, the fort and museum offers five exhibition halls, all giving an in depth historical insight into the lifestyle and customs of the ancient Bahrainis.


Bahrain International Karting Circuit (BIKC) is a state-of-the-art, world-class facility that caters to the grassroots level of motorsport. It is a special place. It is where tomorrow’s champions get their first taste of pure racing joy. BIKC offers a wide range of experiences for the avid karter, including a Formula One-inspired Mini-Grand Prix. It can also accommodate night racing, as the facility boasts a series of flood lights of 150 lux located all over the track.

Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park
Set as Bahrain's biggest waterpark, The Lost Paradise of Dilmun currently covers an overall area of approximately 77,000 square metres, with a built-up area of 45,000 square metres and about 20,000 square metres. Each aspect of the park is based on the history of the Dilmun period, reflected by unique stone sculptures and architecture that encompasses the theme. Over 18 slides and attractions are blended seamlessly to create a desert oasis and garden of paradise for guests to enjoy.

Gravity Bahrain

Bahrain’s first indoor sky-diving experience awaits you! You can’t resist the incredible feeling of a freefall in one of the tallest wind tunnels in the world; with an overall height of 12 meters, constructed with tempered glass. Jump in just like you would from an aircraft, but without a parachute, and even without boarding an airplane in the first place! Everyone can enjoy this bodyflight experience, except for those reluctant to go on a life-changing adventure.