Muharraq, the Middle East’s fastest growing city, offers wide choice of options for travellers to enjoy. It is one of the leading holiday destinations, located in Bahrain. It was capital city of Bahrain until 1932, before being replaced by Manama. Featuring notable landmarks and tourist attractions- Muharraq has been top choice for several million travellers to explore their holidays every year.
The Lagoon Park
The Lagoon Park is well equipped with world class indoor and outdoor facilities, retail therapy, café life, cultural events and many more. Located at the heart of the Amwaj Islands, The Lagoon Park provides extensive choice of activities for guests to enjoy cultural events and social activities including art and photography exhibitions.
- Fashion, beauty and shopping
- Restaurants and cafes
- Outdoor/Indoor events
Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Park
Located on the Khalifa bin Salman causeway, Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Park is an artificial Island of Bahrain that attracts several thousand travellers from all across the world. It has some of excellent facilities in Bahrain with eight Jet Ski stations, paddle boats and cycling facility.
- Kiosks for handicapped residents
- Entertainment zone
- Food court
Shaikh Isa bin Ali House:
Shaikh Isa bin Ali House The historical residence features several rooms around four courtyards and characterised by its wind towers. It is considered as one of the most beautiful building, consists of Islamic architecture, including intricate wooden doors, courtyards and palm-trunk ceilings.
- Displays Islamic architecture
- Only Archaeology and Heritage site
Arad fort is a perfect example of Omani military architecture during the 15th century, which was built in the style of Islamic forts. The Arad Fort is specially designed on every corner with nose shaped openings for shooters.
- Typical style of Islamic forts
- Bahrain’s fortified castles
Muharraq Souq one of the oldest souqs in the country offers wide choice of merchandise and famed sweet shops. It will be unique experiences for everyone to visit Muharraq Souq, located southern end of the Island.
- Must taste traditional Bahraini sweet
- Visit old tea shops
- Know more about culture and traditions of Bahrain
If you’re planning a holiday vacation in Bahrain- November to March is the best time to visit. It is no surprise that Muharraq welcomes more than four million travellers every year from across the Middle East and other regions of the world.
Looking for the perfect holiday vacation in Muharraq? Get your tickets booked at Gulf Air and get going.