The Kingdom of Bahrain is an archipelago of low lying islands located in the Arabian Gulf off the Eastern shore of Saudi Arabia.
Frequently called the Pearl of the Arabian Gulf, Bahrain has a history of civilizations that date back more than 5,000 years.
While relatively small in population, land area and resources, Bahrain has achieved a high level of social and economic development over a short period of time.
Bahrain is one of the most diversified economies in the Persian Gulf. Highly developed communication and transport facilities make Bahrain home to numerous multinational firms with business in the Gulf. It is the most mature, well-established business hub with the largest financial institutions in the Gulf.
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.
November is the ideal time of the year to visit Bahrain; the weather in pleasant and the temperature ranges between 20 -25 C.
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