The Kingdom Of Bahrain hosts first Indian Wedding FAM

The kingdom of Bahrain recently organized its first Indian wedding FAM trip, inviting all eminent wedding planners. Bahrain is emerging as an island wedding destination, promising the romance, adventure and novelty which exceeds the expectations of Indian weddings.

The trip included visit to handpicked venues focusing on outdoor arrangements on private islands. They also reviewed 6 Five star hotels to understand their offerings. They further went to check out the island flavor, exploring varieties of food options for a grand wedding.

Bahrain’s hospitality; it is, perhaps, the thing that impresses when you arrive; and what lingers longest once you’ve left. The trip also had visit to various cultural sites and attractions to witness Bahrain’s hospitality and lifestyle.

They were later taken to Bahrain international circuit, the home to motorsport in the Middle East, to see one of the most modern motor racing venues in the world where they got a chance to ride their favorite sports car.

Bahrain offers Exclusivity and grandeur at its best and if you are getting married soon, you should be considering the kingdom of Bahrain.

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