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Visiting Bab Al Bahrain Manama

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Bab Al Bahrain is a must if you are planning to take a trip to Manama. The astonishing bustling activities attract tourists and locals at large. Famous for its traditional festivals, food, and products, it boggles the mind of the visitors with its beautiful surroundings and enclosures.

Bab Al Bahrain

Bab Al Bahrain

Bab Al Bahrain

Bab Al Bahrain

Bal Al Bahrain means the 'Gateway to Bahrain' in Arabic Language. Initially constructed by the British in the year 1945, it is the main entrance to Manama Souq. Re-designed in 1986, the building features Islamic flavor of architecture. Located in front of the gate, the small square was once the commercial and trading hub of the city. Consists of a handicraft shop and tourist office on the ground floor, Bab Al Bahrain is the historical heritage. The huge arch which runs below the complex is the original entrance to the Manama Souq.

Manama Souq

Manama Souq

Manama Souq is the old marketplace of Bahrain that lies in the north of the city and features the only synagogue of the town. The market offers plenty of electronic goods, spices, nuts and a lot of essential commodities. ëGold Souqí is a place for precious gold jewelry with local gift stores and wedding finery.

Adhari Park

Adhari Park

Located near Bab Al Bahrain, Adhari Park is one of the most favorite amusement parks with old freshwater spring. Featuring the parking space for more than a thousand vehicles, it tempts visitors towards its thrilling and adventurous ride, appealing ten food outlets, and lavish restaurant and coffee shop.

Bab Al Bahrain Manama Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Bab Al Bahrain is a historical building freely accessible to the public. You will not require tickets for this attraction.

How To Get Around?

You can explore Bal Al Bahrain on foot as it is a historical building.

What Should I Wear?

You need to dress modestly as Manama is an Islamic country. You must carry the dresses of full and long sleeves and full trousers. You must wear sunglasses to avoid eye contacts. Wear comfortable shoes or flat sandals.

Bab Al Bahrain Manama Facts

Best Time to Visit

You can visit Bab Al Bahrain between 9:00 am to 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm to 8:00 only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It remains closed for rest of the days. Manama offers the pleasant days and cold nights in spring and autumn months. January to March and October to December is the best time to explore.


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Will I Need a Guide?

No, you need not have a guide as this website gives you the complete information.

How To Get There?

You can reach Manama by car, airplane or train. The city does not have its airport. Bahrain International Airport serves several of airlines across the globe. Book the tickets for the same. It takes fifteen minutes from the Bab Al Bahrain. Exploring the city is entirely more comfortable as there are plenty of modes to travel. Metros and subways are considered to be the most convenient way to go around Manama. You can move by taxi, bus, speedy motors and limo. You can also hire self-driven vehicles for a leisure trip.

Additional Info

As Manama is an Arabic country, be conscious while wearing the apparels. Head of the females must be covered, especially around the mosque area. Try to dress scantily. Do not wear short or explosive dresses. Avoid having eye-contacts. Be aware of pickpockets and take care of your valuable belongings. Prefer to carry credit and debit cards instead of carrying cash.

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