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Jid Hafs

 
Jid Hafs Jidd Hafs is a suburb west of Manama, Bahrain's capital city. Jid Hafs has a long history, notably as Bahrain's former capital city....
 

Muharraq Island

 
Muharraq Island Muharraq has been spared much of the modernising that's transformed and smoothed over Manama in recent years. Its souk is funkier and more interesting than the one in the capital and there are a couple of well-preserved traditional houses, the Bait Shaikh Isa Bin and the Bait Seyadi. Both houses date from the early 19th century and are worth visiting. Bait Shaikh Isa Bin features beautiful plaster work and carved doors and has a working wind tower - an ingenious structure designed to direct the slightest breeze into the interior. ...
 

Manama

 
Manama Manama is Arabic for 'sleepy place', but this name does not do the capital of Bahrain justice. Manama (pop. 500 000) contains the countrys major hotels, best nightlife, nicest shopping and primary tourist attractions. The city is located on the northeastern corner of the island. At the heart of the city is the Bab al Bahrain (Gateway to Bahrain) The suq (market place) is charming. Best known among the different markets is the gold suq. Theres also a craft market where local people sell their work across from the Adhari Hotel on Wednesdays. Shop under more modern (but less charming) conditions at the Bahrain Commercial Complex and Yateem Centre. On the western edge of the city is the Seef district. There you can...
 

Riffa

 
Riffa Riffa is a large city in the central governorate. As most of the royal family lives in Riffa, palaces abound. Sheikh Salman bin Ahmed Al Fateh Fort (also known as Raffa Fort) is a notable tourist attraction here. Many tourists come to Riffa solely for it's Golf Club, which is situated in a beautiful wadi (dry river bed). ...
 

 

 

 

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