From this week, UK travellers entering Bahrain regardless of the vaccination status, no longer need to conduct a PCR test on arrival at Bahrain International Airport.
Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority has launched a new five-year tourism strategy in an attempt to develop its position as a regional tourism opportunity.
Gulf Air has commenced a commercial service between Bahrain and Tel Aviv. Flight GF972 took off from Bahrain International Airport for the first time earlier.
ASM Global has taken over as the managing operator for Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre. The project is set to complete construction in 2022.
Scheduled to open in 2024, Avani Bilaj Al Jazayer Bahrain Resort and Tivoli Bilaj Al Jazayer Bahrain Resort will be part of Bilaj Al Jazayer, a new waterfront leisure mixed-use masterplan.
Breaking Travel News here chats to Mushtak Gafoor, chief executive and manging director, Farhat Tours about his approach to the challenges set by Covid-19, and his thoughts on new travel trends
With 46 beautifully appointed suites, the Merchant House features a unique collection of contemporary work by well-established Bahraini and international artists. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, visits the only luxury boutique hotel in Bahrain to find out more
In an increasingly competitive region, Bahrain is working to stake out a position in the hospitality sector. Here Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, visits the only island destination in the Middle East to discover what remains to be done
While Bahrain is only just beginning to develop its potential as a tourism destination, the Ritz-Carlton property in the tiny Middle Eastern country is something of icon. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in as the hotel prepares to celebrate its Silver Jubilee
With a host of new attractions coming onto the market and a boost in visitor numbers out of the UK, Bahrain is enjoying a strong 2019. Speaking to Breaking Travel News in London, minister of tourism Zayed Bin Rashid Alzayani tells us more.
The Bahrain Tourism & Exhibitions Authority has officially announced the successful submersion of its 70-metre long decommissioned Boeing 747. The plane will become the centrepiece to the world’s largest underwater theme park, set to open in August.