An excellent introduction to Bahrain, this trip combines modernity with history, creating an absorbing tour revealing the heart of this beautiful island. This tour is an all in one experience giving you a taste of art, culture, tradition, history and the new.
Our professional English speaking guide will meet the guests at the hotel lobby and proceed for half day tour to visit the following places:Ahmed Al Fateh Grand Mosque: Set against a backdrop of palm trees and the sea, the Grand Mosque strikes a beautiful picture. With its exquisite Bahraini architecture, crowned by the world's largest fiberglass dome and blessed with tranquility reserved for the holiest of holy places, the Grand Mosque truly lives up to its name. Though non-Muslim visitors are welcome, it is important to dress modestly, cover your head (for women) and take your shoes off before entering.Bahrain National Museum: The museum was inaugurated in 1988 and houses 9 main halls and classifies the accumulated heritage of the Kingdom of Bahrain into 6 different sections. Visitors to the museum will be taken on a 4,000 year journey through time as they pass through its halls, from the traditional handicrafts hall, to the customs and traditions hall, burial mounds hall, ancient documents and manuscripts hall, Tylos hall, and Islamic period hall.Photo Stop: A Short Walk in Bahrain Bay. Bahrain Bay’s vision has been to create a unique 21st century ultra-modern, advanced metropolis, designed to be a centre of excellence and practicality. The highlight of this walk would be a photo shooting opportunity of the Bahrain World Trade Center. An iconic landmark which is 240m (787ft) high and the twin tower complex located in Manama was built in 2008. It is the first skyscraper in the world to integrate wind turbines into its design.Capital Mall: The Capital Mall showcasing the Bahraini handmade products represents a central meeting point in Bahrain to assist and support micro-enterprises relied on by the productive families. The Mall provides regular units and exhibitions for marketing.