Bahrain International Airport
Four times larger than the old airport terminal, the new building has the capacity to handle up to 14 million passengers per year. It offers rooms, suites and sleeping pods that can be booked for stays of two hours and upward. There’s also a museum space called Cultural Heritage Galleries, which celebrates Bahrain’s past and present.
A Major Hub for Technology and Innovation
Bahrain has developed a business-friendly environment, regulatory framework, and support system that make the kingdom an attractive destination for global companies, investors and entrepreneurs. With its skilled population, low cost of living and continued investment in technology infrastructure, Bahrain is positioned to continue to achieve positive outcomes.
The Kingdom of Bahrain is considered a unique culture and tourism destination in the GCC region and is well-known for its tolerant lifestyle and rich history and traditions. To get a visit visa to Bahrain, just fill in the form available on the eGovernment National portal (www.bahrain.bh/visa), or request a visa through the hotel you will be staying in during your stay for a small fee.
Currency: The Bahraini Dinar is the country’s official currency which equals around 2.6 US Dollars, or around 2 Euros.
Time Zone: GMT +3
Language and Religion:
Language: The official language of Bahrain is Arabic, but English language is widely spoken.
Religion: The official religion of the country is Islam, and its permits followers of other religions total freedom to practice their faith, as evidenced by its many churches and temples.
The Kingdom of Bahrain has a public transport system which includes taxicabs and buses.
The main companies which offer such services can be reached at:
- Alarabia Taxi: 17461746
- Speedy Motors: 17682999