- Religion : Islam is embrace by more than 85% of the population. However, the freedom to worship and religious tolerance are typical of Bahraini people.
- Climate : The climate in Bahrain can generally be described as cool in winter with sparse rainfall and hot in summer with high.
- Humidity : The winter
season usually December through February is
influenced by low-pressure Mediterranean winds which
travel easterly into the Gulf and cause periods of
disturbed weather. These disturbances are
accompanied by occasional rainfall averaging 74 mm
per annum. January is usually the coolest month of
the year when the lowest temperatures are
experienced and north-westerly winds prevail.
Between March and May and between October and November, the weather is
normally warm, sunny and dry with pleasant breezes. The summer season from June to
September is generally hot and completely dry, but with a noticeable increase humidity.
Temperatures range between 38 and 42 degrees Clesius and the average humidity rangesbetween 67% and 82%.
- Currency : The Bahraini currency is pegged to the US dollar at BD. 0.378. The Dinar has the following denomination: 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 Fils in coins and 500 fils in both coins and paper.
There are no restriction on the import and export of currencies and money can easily be exchanged at bank tellers and money exchanges. The exchange rates are published daily in the local newspaper.