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There are no official licensed casinos in Bahrain but been an English spoken country, there`s an influence that comes along with the territory.

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Declared a kingdom in 2002 and officially known as the Kingdom of Bahrain, Bahrain is a small island state in the Persian Gulf comprising 33 islands located close to the Persian Gulf's western shores, with the Qatari peninsular lying to the southeast and Bahrain lying to the west. Covering an area of almost 300 square miles (765 sq. km.), Bahrain has a population of approximately 1.2 million people. The capital of Bahrain is Manama. 

 

Bahrain, which is 92% desert, is flat overall and has 100 miles (161 kilometers of coastline). A country rich in oil and natural gas reserves, it also has an abundance of fish in its offshore waters. Bahrain's highest point is Mountain of Smoke (Jabal ad Dukhan), which is 440 feet (134 meters) high. With regard to climate, Bahrain has mild winters and extremely hot and humid summers. 

 

While Arabic is Bahrain's official language, English is also widely spoken. The most spoken Arabic dialect is Bahraini Arabic.

 

Bahrain, the world's 33rd richest economy by GDP (nominal) per capita, benefited greatly in the 1970s from oil boom, as well as from the Lebanese Civil War, which saw it take over from Beirut as the Middle East's banking and finance hub. A key provider of oil and pearls, Bahrain is today one of the Middle East's major finance and trading centers also, containing several major business and finance structures such as the Bahrain World Trade Center and Bahrain Financial Harbor. Bahrain's principal exports are oil, petroleum and petroleum products, aluminum and textiles. Its primary export partners are India, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

 

The traditional food of Bahrain includes rice, meat, fish and dates. Popular dishes include 'machboos' (a rice dish served with meat or fish) and 'muhammar (a sweet rice dish served with dates or sugar). Fish, an important part of the Bahraini diet, is usually grilled, fried or steamed and served with rice. The foods of other Middle Eastern countries are also widely consumed. A typical dish of Bahrain is 'ghoozi', grilled lamb that is seasoned with spices and stuffed with rice, eggs and onions. The Bahraini beverage of choice is coffee (known as 'gahwa') and is served in a small cup. The smoking of sweetened tobacco with a 'sheesha' (hookah) is particularly popular in Bahrain and part of the local café culture. 

 

As in other Middle East countries, Bahraini culture is Arab and Islamic, with traditional music and dance both part of traditional Bahraini culture. Music follows the Arabic tradition and features the oud (an ancient form of lute) and the 'rebaba' (a one-stringed instrument). A typical genre of local folk music seen around the Persian Gulf is 'Khaleeji, which is also influenced by African music. With regard to traditional dance forms, the 'Ardha' is a sword dance performed by men and accompanied by drums and a poet who sings the lyrics. However, local culture has become increasingly cosmopolitan over the 20 years, due to a steady influx of immigrants from countries such as India, Pakistan, Egypt, Iran and Malaysia.

 

In 2004, Bahrain was the first Arab country to host a Grand Prix, when it held the first 'Gulf Air Grand Prix' at its Formula One racetrack on 4 April 2004. It has since hosted several high-profile motor-racing events, including the opening Grand Prix of 2006 and its inaugural Australian V8 Supercar event (also in 2006).

 

There are no licensed casinos operating in Bahrain.