Bab Al Bahrain Souq
Sat-Thu, 9am-12.30pm & 4pm-8pm
Built in 1945, Bab Al Bahrain used to house the government offices. Today, it constitutes the gateway to the Manama Souq, which offers Bahrain’s most traditional shopping experience. All of the kingdom's exotic items can be found within its atmospheric alleyways ranging from natural-oil perfumes and incense to handicrafts, jalabiyas and carpets.
Muharraq, between Sheikh Abdulla Ave and Bu Maher Ave
Sat-Thu, 8am-1pm & 4-8pm
Smaller than Manama Souq, the Muharraq souq offers a wide range of merchandise and famed sweet shops. The oldest section of the souq, al Qaisariya, offers a charming shopping experience. Al Qaisariya is part of "Pearling; a testimony of an Island Economy"- UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Amwaj Marina, Amaj Islands
First Saturday of every month (Nov-April), 10am-5pm
A flea market set by the sea. The Amwaj market has it shares of bargains including locally made jewelry and clothes and art. This is complemented by homemade food stalls and live music.
Block 338, Adliya
Two weekends every month (Nov-March)
Thu, 5-10pm, Fri, 3-10pm
Market 338 was launched by Al Riwaq gallery to provide a platform for local artists to showcase their work. It features a predominance of arty products; accessories, T-shirts, photography etc. This is complemented by live performances, workshops and movie screenings.
Isa Town Market
Central Isa Town
The Isa Town flea market offers bargain on everything from CDs to household appliances and furniture along with birds and animals.
Al'Aali Shopping Mall
Bahrain City Center
Country Mall Bahrain
Marina Mall Bahrain
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