Travelling to Bahrain? With its cute mix of old and new, this city is very unlikely to let you down when it comes to things to do.
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The Tree of Life: How this tree has remained alive and nourished in a waterless desert has remained a mystery for centuries. While it’s not the most exciting thing to do in Bahrain, this natural wonder of the world is remarkable sight, visited by many each year.
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Fort, Bahrain: A UNESCO World Heritage, Fort Bahrain (or Qala’at al-Bahrain) was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century as part of a string of defenses along the Gulf. Climb atop the Fort Bahrain for great views of the ocean – it’s the perfect backdrop for a photo or two.
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Bahrain Formula 1: Held at the Bahrain International Circuit, the Bahrain formula 1 welcomes thousands of avid fans every year, for a few days of remarkable racing. Get involved!
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The Bahrain National Museum: You’ll never have the same experience twice at the Bahrain National Museum, with its interesting array of exhibitions updating all the time.
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Al Fateh Grand Mosque: As the largest mosque in Bahrain, and one of the largest in the world, Al Fateh Grand Mosque is much more than a place of Islamic worship – it is the spiritual heart of Bahrain.
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Pearl diving: If you’re planning a flight to Bahrain, make sure you go on a pearl diving adventure – see how lucky you get with all those oysters!