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Bahrain Visa and Passport Requirements

UAE nationals enjoy a visa-free travel to Bahrain. However, they must have their National ID Cards for entering the country. It is advisable that nationals of different countries check with their respective embassies before visiting Bahrain. 

Those who need to apply for Bahrain visa, must submit the following essential documents: 

• Valid and original passport with at least 6 months of validity
• Clear coloured passport size photograph
• Round trip flight tickets
• A letter citing the reasons for your visit to the Head of Mission.
• Valid ID proofs
• Employment certificates and ownership documents
• Bank statements of last 6 months
• Confirmed hotel bookings and other mandatory documents required by Bahrain Immigration.

Citizens can also apply for an e-visa valid for 14 days if they are citizens of Azerbaijan, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Seychelles and 28 other countries. There are several online websites that let you apply for a Bahrain e-visa. 

Fee for Visit e-Visa – 29 BD (Equivalent to 282 AED)
Fee for Standard Tourist Visa – 22 BD (Equivalent to 213 AED)

Typically, Bahrain e-Visa is processed in 3 to 5 working days. 

Please Note: Check the validity and other important details of the visa when you have received it.  
 

UAE nationals enjoy a visa-free travel to Bahrain. However, they must have their National ID Cards for entering the country. It is advisable that nationals of different countries check with their resp...

How to Reach Bahrain

By Air

If you are planning a trip to Bahrain, you would surely want to know how to reach Bahrain. As Bahrain is one of the main transport centre in the Gulf region, the best way to reach the city is by flight. Find out the best flight deals to Bahrain by comparing other cheap international flight ticket available, and book online air tickets to Bahrain with HolidayMe. 

The nearest major airport of Bahrain, is the Bahrain International Airport, which is located on Muharraq, an island on the northern tip of Bahrain. Today, about 43 carriers serve the airport, including Gulf Air which has made the airport primary air hub. The busiest routes from Bahrain Airport include flights to Kuwait, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and many more. You can also take a direct flight to major international junctions like Bangkok, Mumbai, New York, London, Singapore, Cairo, and Melbourne.

Another major airport is the King Fahd International Airport opened in 1999. Located 53 km from the city centre, this airport is one of the largest airports in the world, and offers international and domestic flights to and from Bahrain. The airport is also well-connected by air to the other cities across Asia, Middle East, and Europe. 

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