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Bahrain is idolized as a tourist destination blessed with 33 islands, and a cosmopolitan capital city with an attractive, liberal lifestyle, and a rich history and culture.
Manama’s Souq has been famous for hundreds of years. Qalat Arad is a remarkable fort dating back to the 15th century. Qalat al Bahrain (Bahrain Fort), once capital of the ancient Dilmun civilization, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Bahrain National Museum displays archaeological artifacts spanning 6000 years of Bahrain’s history.
Other attractions include the Bahrain International Circuit, which brings in thousands of visitors every year for the Formula One Gulf Air Grand Prix. The race will be an annual fixture in Bahrain until the year 2016 under the terms of contract the Circuit has with Formula One.
Bahrain is the most mature, well-established business hub with the largest financial institutions in the Gulf. With a track record of nearly 40 years, Bahrain is still the financial services leader in the entire region.
Bahrain provides a free, open and transparent environment for businesses and has a globally competitive, value-creation story which focuses on sustainability, skills and good governance.
The official language of Bahrain is Arabic but English, Hindi, Farsi and Urdu are widely spoken with English being considered the principal language for business.
Bahrain is committed to free market and democratic principles as the best means of respecting the rule of law, serving the needs of businesses and individuals, and above all, ensuring the long-term prosperity of its people.
The King Fahad causeway connects Bahrain to Saudi Arabia which is only 25km away from Bahrain.
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