Hoora in Bahrain, from Middle East region, is best know for Sacred & Religious Sites. Discover best things to do in Hoora with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Hoora
4.5 based on 974 reviews
This was my second visit to the Grand Mosque in Bahrain. The volunteers made me feel welcome during both visits. They are extremely knowledgeable and able to discuss how the Quran relates to everyday life. We also had discussions of the teachings from the Quran and the Bible. It was very interesting to learn about the Arabic culture.
4 based on 101 reviews
In the heart of the opulent Amwaj island, the Lagoon Park is an exciting and wonderful area that is basically a lake surrounded by cafés, restaurants, shops and bazaars. Very easy going and relaxed atmosphere and the ambience is happy, fun and festive.
A great way to spend a few hours.
4 based on 51 reviews
Visited the house during late evening and the police man guarding the entrance was courteous. The nearby shop gladly offered the required change for the ticket against ice-cream cones. Night lights often transform a location drastically and this house was no different. Open centre courtyard with its pebbles offered a serene view of the night sky with its faint stars and the moon. Most striking feature of the building was its ancient wind tower. Even during the warm summer night, cool breeze was felt under the tower. None of the room displayed any furniture and the walls were mostly bare. A guide or a recorded message could have been useful as would have been a booklet with relevant information about the house.
4.5 based on 598 reviews
Quite well maintained historical fort. Don’t forget to visit the museum next to it. It is going to provide so many information about the history of the fort and also findings. There is no proper direction signs and explanations about the places. Make sure not to miss any part.
4 based on 54 reviews
Positives: Wide. Green areas. Sea view. Variety of restaurants and cafeterias. Bicycles for rental. Free Kids outdoor mobile games. Areas of improvement: Very limited no. and sites of toilets and bad constructions and Cleanliness. Setting on beach are not well. Limited car parking
4.5 based on 1 reviews
It's a small but well arranged archeological museum. Exhibit is not massive, augmented with many photos Unluckily to me, one section "grave" was being closed, but Dilmun and other historical sections were open. Instead of joining a tour (as I couldn't find a convenient one) I took cab/uber and strolled as I like. There is a nice cafe inside with free WiFi. I took archeological tour the day before. Maybe the reverse order may work better. Museum first and see the barbar temple etc. if you have enough time.
3.5 based on 67 reviews
Went there recently and i gotta say it's Good to visit in the winter. The scorching summer heat makes it difficult to enjoy the place.
4 based on 256 reviews
Wahooo! The name says it all. Slide in and splash out at the Middle East's first ever indoor-outdoor Water Park with an area of 15,000 square-metres. It's guaranteed to be the ultimate water fest with a whole new world of thrilling rides and attractions including Master Blaster, Sidewinder, Matt Racer, a Multi Level Rain Fortress, Wave pool, Toddler pool and Lazy River. The Water Park is aimed at families and youth with a variety of rides provided for all ages.
Mini-restaurant inside the park.
Areas of improvement:
Difficult to get there (difficult accessibility).
Too much overpriced.
Opportunistic for every thing to get over money ( selling clothes with triple prices which poor quality, parents must even they will not play same price, one time go in and go out and if you want to go in again you have you to pay again, clothes back box overpriced, some locker rooms facilities...etc).
Very poorly non-collaborative staff especially in the activities places.
Some activities are dangerous with non-safety preparation especially head trauma.
Incorporated toilets with locker dressing rooms, which makes it dirty.
4 based on 43 reviews
The mall is almost empty, very few dhops are opened, no veriaty of goods and services.
There is a lettel amusment activity indoor where kids can play but generaly it is not faborite for kids older than 7 years old. Food court is pethatic, repetative cuisen of fast junk food, no healthy or organic food is abalable.
5 based on 13 reviews
Busaad art gallery is a Bahraini established firm owned by the artist Ebrahim Mohamed Busaad The project started by renovating the artist grand father's house, which was built in (1930s) and it is the exact place where the artist himself was born at. Bahraini traditional architecture was considered in order to represent the authenticity of the place and to have a touch of the Bahraini traditional
Thje gallery is located slightly in shadow of famous buildings in surrounding but it is worth to visit. You will feel conjunction of local heritage with the best from the world arl. Exciting is also the design of the interiors. This is a place you will visit despite of time of year or willing to see new pieces. Because it has a HEART.
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