The ‘Tree of Life’ that grows in the country’s dry desert, without a source of water, describes Bahrain – “Full of surprises and contradictions.” Located in a gulf between Qatar and Saudi Arabia, Bahrain is an archipelago of 33 islands connected to mainland of Saudi Arabia by a 26 km long bridge called the King Fahd Causeway.
The skyline in the city of Manama shows the old – having minarets and mosques, plus the stylish skyscrapers. A shopping journey to the Souk market features various wares, such as luxurious fabrics, jewellery of many description, regional fashions, exotic spices from a locally grown produce. For that sport lovers Bahrain provides thoroughbred horse racing, world-class golf programs, and lots of scuba diving sites. Another must-see tourist attraction is the Arad Fort, Al-Khamis Mosque, Bahrain (Portuguese) Fort, Muharraq Island, Royal Tombs, and the Oil Well No. 1 – known as the 1st oil well in this country and the whole Gulf Region.
GLOMACS offers Accredited Training Courses and Seminars in Manama.