Bahrain Explorer

The Kingdom of Bahrain

The Kingdom of Bahrain is relatively a small country with a total land area is about 760 sq km. As per estimation total population will be over 1.592 Million in the year 2020. Bahrain is an island and member of the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) neighboring with Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the west and Qatar in the south. Bahrain is a multicultural country and home to many South Asian nationalities and religions.

Bahrain Geography:


Total: 760 sq Km


From Very hot & humid summers

Summer is very long starts from March till November, due to very hot & humid climate AC is used throughout the year and almost everywhere such as Shopping Malls, Schools, Local shops Masjids, Churches and even in public transport booths.

People and Culture:

Bahrain is a Muslim Majority country about 70.2% of population is Muslim.


 1,553,886 approx. (2023 est)


Official religion of Bahrain is Islam and 99.8% of Bahraini citizens are Muslims.

Muslims: 70.2%

Non Muslim: 29.8%

Christians: 10.2%

Jews: 0.21%

Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Bahia’s: 19.39%

Ethnic Groups:

Bahraini 46% (Arabs)

Other Arab 4.7% (Egyptians, Lebanese, Syrian, Iraqis…ect)

Asian 45.5% (Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indians, Philippines are majority
among Asians)

African 1.6%

European 1%

Other 1.2% (includes Gulf Co-operative country nationals, North and
South Americans, and Oceania’s)


Arabic (official)

English: 2nd biggest language in Bahrain (Majority can speak English)

Farsi: Iranian decent people speak Farsi

Urdu: (After English Urdu is 3rd biggest language in

Major Cities:

Al Manama: is the capital city and most famous and oldest city of Bahrain, which is central of
country’s economy and population.

Al Muharraq: 2nd to Manama is Al Muharraq densely populated

Al Riffa: Is also very old and home to the rulers of the Kingdom

Al Jufair: Majority of Europeans and westerns population stays in Jufair

Isa Town

Al Seef

Al Hidd

Sitra: Is an Industrial area and majorities of industries are situated in this area

Executive branch:

Government type: constitutional monarchy
 Chief of state: King HAMAD bin Isa Al-Khalifa (since 6 March 1999); Crown Prince SALMAN bin Hamad Al-Khalifa (born 21 October 1969)

head of government: Prime Minister Crown Prince SALMAN bin Hamad Al-Khalifa (since 11 November 2020); Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure KHALID bin Abdallah Al Khalifa (since 13 June 2022).

Apartments for rent in Bahrain

Apartments for rent in Bahrain

Once you are in Bahrain you definitely look for an apartment for rent and Gulfhouzez is the best real estate website who offers a wide range of apartments for rent, from studio flats to luxurious penthouses. Whether you are looking for a short-term rental or a long-term stay, there is something to fit every budget and lifestyle. With its modern infrastructure and vibrant culture, Bahrain has become one of the most sought-after places to live in the Middle East. In this article, we will explore some of the best apartments for rent in Bahrain and provide useful tips on how to find the perfect home.

How to find Apartment in Bahrain

There are a few basic steps that an individual must take in order to find an apartment in Bahrain:

1. Search Apartment for rent Though Internet

Begin by using the internet to search for apartments for rent available in Bahrain. There are many online rental services available, which make it easy to find the perfect accommodation. One of the best sources for finding the best apartment in Bahrain is

2. Shot list and visit the apartment

Once you have identified a few potential Apartments for rent, it is important to contact the property or real estate agent directly in order to arrange a viewing. This is especially important if you are travelling to Bahrain for the first time and want to make sure that the Apartments you are considering are the right fit for your needs.

3. Agreement and rent negotiation

Once you have decided on an apartment, it is important to get in touch with the property owner and arrange a deal. This will involve discussing the specifics of the rental agreement, such as the cost of rent, utilities, and security deposit.

4. Final step

Once you have finalized the terms of the rental agreement, it is time to move in and get settled. Remember to take careful note of the specific rules and regulations that apply to renting an apartment in Bahrain, as these can vary from one property to the next.

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