The Kingdom of Bahrain was coined from an Arab word, which meant two seas and was the hub of pearl fisheries right from the imperial times. The major portion of Bahrain is an archipelago surrounded by two kinds of water, sweet water springs and salty water in the sea.
Manama, the capital of the country, also known as its mercantile capital, brims with local marketplaces that offer exquisite spices, exotic and local pearls, and an array of hand-made carpets. The second largest town, houses the Riffa Fort, which brandishes the kindgdom’s ancient heritage. When you set foot on Amwaj islands, you’ll be surrounded by spectacular views of skyscrapers and billionaire yachts on the shores of the best Bahrain lagoons. If you’re awestruck by cultural heritages opt for places like Muharraq, if local wildlife is your thing then Hawar Islands is the place to be, if you want to be immersed in the traditional handicrafts, Isa Town & A’Ali are the places to be. Bahrain also sports the International Formula 1 race circuit.