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A UNESCO World Heritage Site with a three-dimensional display that guides visitors through the history of the Pealing Path, to The Visitor’s Center through the sea by boats to cater a phenomenal cultural trip for its visitors.
A vibrant pedestrian quarter in the heart of Adliya, with an exceptional variety of restaurants and culinary delights. With a wide range of retail and shopping options as well as major art exhibitions and workshops at Al Bareh Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (ABCAD).
La Fontaine Centre of Contemporary Art
Situated in the heart of Manama, this extravagant historical monument representing the sophistication of Gulf Islamic architecture. A grand castle-like structure that comprises lavish art galleries and an outdoor theatre. It also offers a spa, a dance studio and a fine dining restaurant.
A freefall thrilling experience at the world’s tallest wind tunnels and newest kind of indoor activity.
Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park
Bahrain’s biggest water park with over 15 slides and themed attractions, a concept based on the history of The Dilmun Period. The park includes a golden sandy beach and a desert oasis among many more memorable activities for visitors to exploit on their fun adventures.
Once considered as the centre of pearling industry, indulge into Bahrain’s heritage – its Pearling trail both on see and on land. Visit the pearl collecting site at the former capital ‘Muharraq’, also inscribed as part of UNESCO world heritage in 2012.
The world’s largest underwater theme park covers an area of 100,000 square metres. With the intentionally submerged decommissioned Boeing 747 and soon featuring artificial coral and sculptures for the pleasure of divers.