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BTEA’s Ramadan tourism guide launched

Bahrain has launched the ‘Ramadan in Bahrain’ tourism guide, presenting visitors with a diverse range of events, Iftar and Suhoor offerings, and accommodation packages for an enriching holy month experience.

Festivities spearheaded by Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), which are underway at Bahrain National Theatre, promise cultural immersion and vibrant celebrations.

The festivities are also in line with Manama being named the Gulf tourism capital for 2024. Tourism Minister Fatima Al Sairafi unveiled the logo of the festivities last week, amidst the scenic backdrop of the outdoor courtyard at the Bahrain National Theatre.

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The festivities at the Bahrain National Theatre allow visitors and tourists to immerse themselves in the vibrant culture of the season through live performances, a bazaar, seating areas, food and beverage vendors, and more.

BTEA chief executive Sara Ahmed Buhiji emphasised the authority’s desire to boost tourism momentum year-round by launching innovative initiatives during Ramadan in partnership with the private sector.

Ms Buhiji outlined the significance of the “Ramadan in Bahrain” guide in serving BTEA’s promotional goals to highlight Bahrain’s intriguing attractions and diverse tourist landmarks.

“The Ramadan guide is jam-packed with numerous offerings in tourism, entertainment, and hospitality that welcome all tourists, whether families or individuals,” she said.

A multitude of venues and locations across the Kingdom will host numerous entertaining events during Ramadhan, including Marassi Galleria, Al Liwan, the Avenues, Souq Al Baraha, and Seef Mall-Seef district. The audience will immerse themselves in a vibrant cultural spectacle with Gergaoon events in all municipalities, as Ramadan nights will be filled with joy and glamourous festivities.

More events of “Ramadhan in Bahrain” include “Manama Nights” which will be held at Bab Al Bahrain at various dates with an array of entertaining activations, the “Emirates Arabian Horse Global Cup (Bahrain Breeders Show)” at Bahrain Royal Equestrian and Endurance Federation, “Musagaf Evenings” in Manama Souq, “Roast Camp” at Budaiya Botanical Gardens, “Layali Chill” at Bahrain Bay, and “Ramadhan Nights” at District 1 with Gergaoon and traditional performances.

With exclusive offers, 23 luxurious hotels will provide Iftar and Suhoor, which include the Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons, Raffles Al Areen Palace, Gulf hotel, Jumeirah Gulf of Bahrain, Sofitel Bahrain Zallaq, Movenpick, Hilton-Juffair, Intercontinental, the Westin, Downtown Rotana, Le Meridien, Crowne Plaza, Wyndham Grand Manama, the Merchant House, the Domain hotel and spa, the Grove, Dragon resort, Fraser Suites Diplomatic Area, Novotel Bahrain Al Dana Resort, Golden Tulip, Majestic Arjaan by Rotana, and Swiss-Belhotel Seef.

Visitors across the globe will have the chance to indulge in Ramadhan luxurious stays with exclusive accommodation offers in seven top-notch hotels and resorts, namely: the Art hotel and resort, Charthouse, Raffles Al Areen Palace, the K-hotel, Al Bandar hotel and resort, the Diplomat Radisson Blu, and Asdal Gulf Inn Boutique hotel.

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