Bahrain, which translates to “Two Seas” in Arabic – has a vibrant culture and rich history dating back to the Dilmun civilization 5000 years ago. The Kingdom of Bahrain is known for its unique island setting; cosmopolitan, relaxed way of life and diverse tourism offerings.
Bahrain is a multicultural country that welcomes people from all over the world, with a population of around 1.5 million Bahrainis and residents who embrace people with openness and pride.
The country has one of the most important historical and archaeological heritage of the Gulf region. There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bahrain: