Lying in the archipelago of Middle East in the Persian Gulf and tucked in the seas of Saudi Arabia and Qatar is the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Bahrain is home to the Qal`at al-Bahrain, which is cited as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is also where you will find the Bahrain National Museum, which displays artifacts dating back some 9,000 years ago and shows the first human inhabitants in the island. One of the prestigious highlights in Bahrain is the yearly Bahrain Grand Prix F1 Race that is held at the region’s International F1 Circuit on April of every year. The climate though may be humid and hot, as it is the onset of the summer season. Because of the high temperature, water activities are extremely tempting. Sailing and scuba diving have become popular with the warm and calm waters all over the Arabian Gulf. There is also an international golf course 15 minutes from Bahrain. It just looks lovely with the championship course featuring landscapes of palms and desert plains and with five lakes within. And the camel ride along the highway is a must-do activity. Before leaving the country, invest in an expensive watch and other jewelries. You can easily negotiate a price from the shopping malls in Seef or at the Bahrain City Center.