At Mudinmar we carry out moving to the main cities in Bahrain.
Bahrain is an island state in the Asian continent. The capital is Manama, situated on the West coast of the Persian Gulf. Its largest island is 55 kilometres long and 18 kilometres wide and is connected to Saudi Arabia by a bridge known as the King Fahd causeway.
Like the majority of the countries in the region, Bahrain’s economy is based principally on oil, although it also has significant natural gas reserves.
Another growing area of the economy is the service sector which is increasing with tourism. Bearing in mind it has the Bahrain International Circuit, where the Formula 1 races take place.
Bahrain has a hot and humid climate. In the hottest period (May-October) the average temperature is 38ºC, with no rainfall. The coldest period (November-April) has an average temperature of 15ºC with light rainfall.
Bahrain is often considered to be one of the more open and liberal countries within the region, due not only to its modern infrastructure but also to its economic development which has created a Bahraini middle class. Furthermore, although Islam is the dominant religion, there are also smaller communities of others (Catholics and Jews) made possible because of the tolerance of the Bahraini people.
It is also worth pointing out that Bahrain currently boasts some places recongised as World Heritage sites by UNESCO: