Bahrain World Trade Centre, the two iconic towers offer spectacular view of the Arabian Gulf & Manama cityscape. Voted as the best building for 2008 in the Middle East and North Africa, it is a marvel of engineering with part of it energy requirement power by wind.
King Fahad Causeway
King Fahad Causeway the modern structure in Bahrain, the 25 kilometer long bridge built at a cost of $ 1 billion. It links Bahrain and Saudi Arabia and is one of the world’s longest bridge between two countries.
Burial Mounds the largest prehistoric cemetery in the world. There were some 165000 burial mounds in Bahrain dating to between 3000BC and 300BC. Each mound contains a stone built chamber which formed a grave for a person buried in the foetal position along with various elements presumably believed to be needed in the next world.
Bahrain International Circuit
Bahrain International Circuit the region’s premier Formula One and drag racing venue, with an exhilarating ride on the circuit’s course called Arabian 4x4 Adventure.
Tree of Life
Tree of Life a 400 years old mystique tree that stands alone in the desert, surviving in a place completely void of water.
First Oil Well
First Oil Well which as the name suggests, is the first oil well in the Arabian Gulf. Black gold first spurted from the well on October 16, 1931. At the Oil Museum, there are some of the exhibits including drilling equipment, documents, old photographs and a working model of an oil rig.
Availability: Daily Morning / Afternoon (Mosque outside visit on Friday)