Tourist Attractions

The Gulf Convention Centre

The Gulf Convention Centre is the venue of choice for regional and international event organizers. Together with the Exhibition Hall, the Convention Centre is one of the largest and most prestigious venues of its kind in Bahrain

Kingdom of Bahrain: the Pearl of the Gulf

Bahrain has long been a favourite of both, business and leisure travellers. It’s centrally located in the Arabian Gulf region comprising of countries such as Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the United Arab Emirates and is physically connected by road to Saudi Arabia – Saudi Aramco’s headquarters and the region’s largest single market. It’s a relatively liberal and modern island that offers a rich variety of recreational opportunities – from shopping and world-class restaurants to history and culture. Discover it more at


The Bahrain National Museum

Bahrain’s history can be traced to the ancient Dilmun civilization. Little wonder, it has one of the most interesting museums in the region. The Bahrain National Museum showcases archaeological finds and Bahrain’s pearl diving history, and offers a fascinating introduction to the sights and contemporary culture of the island. Understandably, it’s one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country.

The Grand Mosque

Officially known as Al-Fatih Mosque, the Grand Mosque is one of the largest buildings in the country, capable of accommodating up to 7,000 worshippers. Visitors are welcome (except during prayer times) and informative guides will explain aspects of Islamic faith while pointing out special features of mosque architecture.

Tree of Life

Intriguing and mystical, the Tree of Life stands alone in middle of the desert. It is believed to be over five centuries old, surviving without a known source of water – leading many viewed it as a natural wonder.


The Bahrain F1 International Circuit is known as “The Home of Motorsport in the Middle East”. In addition to the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, the circuit hosts high-level international events and has also hosted the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East series, the CIK-FIA U18 World Karting Championships and an FIA World Endurance Championship event (a series that includes the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours race). The Circuit is open for business every day of the year and boasts, among other facilities, a brand new Karting Circuit that is one of the leading tracks of its kind in the world.