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Top Public Parks in Bahrain

Parks are a great way to enjoy time out with family and friends or get some quiet time in nature.
Traditionally, going to the park has always been a relaxing thing to do, no matter where you are from. People can go to the park on their own for a little bit of outdoor quiet time, or you can go with a loved one or the whole family for a multitude of reasons, including a plain walk, to sit and talk, to play a game of checkers or to have a picnic. It is no different in Bahrain.
In the Middle East, parks are popular with both expats and locals for a number of different reasons. Some which are shared and some that are not. In many western countries, parks are a great place to take your dog out for some exercise. However, in Bahrain, the parks may not allow dogs, so just double check before you traipse off into the park with your fluffy pooch.


In Bahrain, parks are used for all sorts of recreational activities. You can go to the park to read and gain some introspect over the weekend. This is a particularly good activity for those that lead busy and stressful lives, meditating in a park can also be of help to relieve stress. Parks are also a great place to exercise, you can run, cycle (check that they have a bicycle lane first), do yoga, do free training like sit ups, pushups, squats and lunges.

Some families like to go to the park together and bond. It really is for the whole family. The very little ones can play imagination games while the older ones can run around. The adults can barbeque or have a picnic and watch their children play, or hold conversations and get to know about each other’s day. The family can also play board games together, such as uno or checkers or even chess.

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