The former capital of Bahrain and the second biggest city, where one can witness the more 'cultural' face of the Kingdom
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 By plane
This is where Bahrain's international airport is located.
 By car
From Manama you can easily get to Muharraq using one of the 3 modern causeways: 'Sheikh Isa Bin Salma', 'Sheikh Hamad' and 'Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman'. All of them will lead you to the airport.
 By bus
 By boat
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Drive to Amwaj, it's a far more developed "western-friendly" residential compound and its only 10 minutes away from the airport. It has top-notch hotels and resorts such as The Dragon and multiple of (pricey) restaurants one can choose from, such as Burger lounge, or the more luxarious Mojo - which also comes with a bar and a nightclub. The city is still largely under construction - A mall, a school, a hospital and tens of new apartments and hotels are still on their way. (as of 2011)
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The city is also known for its traditional market, or souq
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Bars are no where present in the more 'conservative' city of Muharraq, however, one can enjoy a stay the the various Gahwas all around the city for Sheesha (Hookah), as well as mint tea, turkish coffee, Arabic coffee, or fresh juice.
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 Stay safe
It would be preferred to dress "modestly" when in Muharraq City. Meaning; avoid shorts and sleeveless.
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