Bahrain, the official name (Kingdom of Bahrain), is a small Arab country located on the southwest coast of the Persian/Arabian Gulf. It is an archipelago consisting of the island of Bahrain and about 30 small islands.
Bahrain is located in one of the major oil-producing regions in the world, and recently the sectors of financial and commercial services and communications, as well as tourism, have grown significantly.
Manama is the main city, port and capital, located at the northeastern tip of the island of Bahrain. Manama is a modern and stunning city that is a favorite destination for visitors from neighboring Saudi Arabia.
Bahrain is famous for its green palm groves. Since ancient times, Bahrain has been a hub for trade and a source of natural resources for the surrounding area.
The climatic nature of Bahrain is relatively stable, as the weather is hot and humid in the summer (average temperature of 36°), and it is cold or moderate with seasonal rains in the winter (average temperature of 10°-20°).
The list of the most prominent tourist places includes the House of the Qur’an Museum, which is one of the most famous Islamic museums in the world, and Bab Al Bahrain, which serves as the main entrance to the Manama Souq. The list also includes the Bahrain Fort in the capital, Manama, on the seashore, and the Amwaj Islands.