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There are two main souqs (arab marquets), one in the capital; al-Man?

mah and one in the second largest city; al-Muharraq. mah is mainly populated by expats from the Indian subcontinent, the one in al-Muharraq offers a very valuable insight into Arab trade, food, produce and basic daily life of local Bahrainis. The restaurant and food scene was very surprising for me.

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It is incredibly safe, to the point of your wallet being returned with its full contents in case it got lost, as everyone is full aware of the severe punishments for stealing.

Over the next few days, I’ll be detailing my experience in Bahrain so stay tuned for more.

, will be celebrated by all official and private bodies in the Kingdom.

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For those of you that are not familiar with the Islamic kingdom of Bahrain, it is a little island in the Persian Gulf, bordering Saudi Arabia on the left and Qatar on the right. This being said, Bahrain is not like any other Arab Nation. Firstly Islamic laws and regulations in Bahrain are a lot more relaxed than in other countries, and secondly, Bahrain’s culture and heritage date back to millennia and, besides being once a British Protectorate, it was also settled by the Portuguese during the Discovery Ages.

[wp_ad_camp_2] Most people know it only for being the place where the Tree of Life is located or where Bernie Eclestone organizes a F1 Grand Prix every April.

The Qal’at al Bahrain fortress, built by the Portuguese, along with the Bahrain Pearling Trail is both Heritage Sites recognized by UNESCO.