Bahrain is a small Island country situated near the western shores of the Arabian Gulf. It has been one of the Gulf’s most important crossroads for over 4000 years.
The country is a collection of 33 Islands located off the coast of Saudi Arabia. The country offers a fascinating blend of eastern and western cultures as high rise buildings vie for space with more traditional dwellings, ancient traditions and historical sites mixed with modern developments and cosmopolitan living.
Manama is a cosmopolitan capital city with an attractive, liberal lifestyle with a rich history and culture. Attractions include the Bahrain International Circuit, which brings in thousands of visitors every year for the Formula One Gulf Air Grand Prix. The race is an annual fixture in Bahrain until at least the year 2016.
Amwaj Islands is a wonderful new waterside development encompassing 30 million sq/ft of the Kingdom of Bahrain. It is a group of man made Islands located in the Arabian Gulf to the northeast of Bahrain near the coast of Muharraq Island. Amwaj Islands are a pioneering project in Bahrain; the first to offer 100% freehold land ownership to expatriates living in the Kingdom of Bahrain. It also increases the supply of waterfront property, which is in low supply in this small island nation.
During the summer months, stretching from April to October, afternoon average around 37-40°C. In winter, temperature range between 10°C and 20°C.