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Abovetheclouds
2 077 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2024 • En solo
This was just stunning if you can manage to find your way along the whole route! It is and isn't well signposted. I ended up doing parts on different days. Breathtaking and pretty. Like stepping back in time. The history is such an important part of Bahrain.
Écrit le 31 mars 2024
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Ihar Beliauski
Abou Dhabi, Émirats arabes unis329 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2023 • Entre amis
The Bahrain Pearling Path is an enchanting experience that beautifully encapsulates the rich history and cultural significance of pearling in the region. The well-maintained path provides a fascinating journey through the heritage of Bahrain's pearling industry, offering insightful information and showcasing the traditional techniques. The attention to detail and the engaging exhibits make it a must-visit destination, allowing visitors to appreciate the importance of pearls in Bahrain's history while enjoying a delightful stroll along the waterfront.
Écrit le 26 décembre 2023
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barrowboy60
121 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2023 • En couple
We read the reviews before we decided to do the trail - a mixed bag really, but most were saying that it was work in progress and that at times it was very confusing. Now having done it I would totally agree!
Well we went for it - leaving our car at the museum, we took the boat across to the fort where the signage was good and the bridge across the dual carriageway ideal. We had no map as such, only a vague idea of where we were heading.
You need to follow the signs and the lamp posts which are supposed to represent pearls, all worked well - you do need to keep a watch out for the post as you are weaving in and out of the streets and can make a wrong turn. A huge amount of building work is taking place, (someone is investing big money) & sometimes you can’t follow the path, but with some thought and a helpful local you can bypass the closed section.
We walked for a hour and a half and only did half of the trail,
deciding after having coffee on the roof of Sophia book shop, which we can highly recommend, that we’d cut our losses and work our way back to the boat which was the right decision.
Be aware that the boat although it says starts at 9am and goes every 45 minutes can be fluid. The boat seems to leave the museum on time but only comes to the fort if they have people which to go to there, it’s not a shuttle service as we originally thought.
Some people had taken the boat, had 15 mins round a limited exhibition and then caught the boat back, there is more to the Pearl Trail than that!
All in all would I recommend that you do the trail - possibly no unless like us you have time to kill and are prepared to wander through various building sites, dropping occasionally on some stunning new buildings, the car parks which should have been finished 2023 are really something. Give it five years to get the building work done plus either a good map or a QR code with the trail & information, would make all the difference.
Écrit le 29 novembre 2023
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Ade
Ipswich, UK552 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2023 • En solo
A pleasant morning spent exploring part of the Pearling Path. The Qala’t Bu Mahir fort (and the reason for my short trip to Maharraq from Manama) was closed to visitors as it is currently under construction (and looking rather in need of it). The visitors centre is a stunning piece of architecture and had some interesting exhibits although could have been so much more, perhaps?) Enjoyable walk along the path to the old town. Not sure I’d bother doing it again, but a pleasant morning exploring nevertheless.
Écrit le 30 juillet 2023
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Томас И
Moscou, Russie149 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2023 • En couple
Бахрейнский жемчужный путь — объект Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО Расположен в Мухарраке (в прошлом столице Бахрейна) - ныне главном городе второго по величине острова Королевства. Зашли в небольшой музей жемчужного промысла на берегу Залива. Виды на Залив потрясающие. Местами ведутся реставрационные работы самобытных строений прошлого. Очень понравился квартал с узкими улочками и встроенными в их пространство современными строениями (творение европейских архитекторов). Схема улиц осталась той же, что и в эпоху добычи жемчуга - лабиринт узких, живописных переулков, гулять по которым одно удовольствие. Атмосфера потрясающая! Очень люблю подобные уголки. Были в обед. Говорят, вечером здесь сказачно! Обязвтельно вернемся!!! Это было только первое знакомство.
Écrit le 24 mai 2023
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Kathryn B
Reading, UK46 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2023 • En famille
Amazing History. Lovey to see so many different types of housing and experience the walk through the houses.
Signposting is poor, so be prepared to get lost
No properties open on a Friday, but you will not be told this
Will be amazing when completed
Écrit le 14 mai 2023
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MM0980
Leipzig, Allemagne649 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2021
Die Highlights sind zwar ausgeschildert, aber trotzdem nicht einfach zu finden. Leider war auch der halbe Weg Baustelle: den Palast und Heraf al diyar konnte ich nicht sehen. Auf dem Weg sieht man dann ab und zu die hübsch hergerichteten Häuser. Scheinbar muss man für jedes "Haus" ein Ticket kaufen. In eines bin ich rein, da kam gleich eine Frau und hat nach einem Ticket gefragt. Verkauft hat sie mir aber auch keines. Es blieb dabei, dass ich im Baustellenchaos von außen Fotos der relevanten Gebäude gemacht habe. Angeblich soll man unterwegs auch Austernbänke sehen - ich habe nicht eine gesehen. Der Weg endete für mich beim Souk. Also ein echte Souk war das nicht - eher eine Einkaufsstraße.
Insgesamt eher enttäuschend. unstrukturiert, Baustelle, teilweise heruntergekommene Gebäude...
Écrit le 16 janvier 2022
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lost_me_again
back woods23 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2020
Some year, this will be a nice place, but 2020 is not that year. Even the Uber driver asked us if this was truly the place we wanted to be dropped. It's large, and from the outside looks more like a bomb shelter than a museum. Inside the walls, they have nicely renovated some old structures, but there is not a sign anywhere in any language to indicate what you are seeing. There is also a closed, formidable looking new age building, with no visible entrance, that turns out to be a visitor and interpretive space. I've posted some photos to help you find the entry. The Pearling Pathway itself was so interesting to walk! Keep an eye out for the occasional sign indicating that you are on the path and the direction to turn. But again be warned that you need to get the pathway map from the website of the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities (pearlingpath.bh at the time of this post), plus you will need an active map app, plus some other source for information on what you are seeing. Definitely worth the visit, but it takes some effort.
Écrit le 24 février 2020
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ANJALI G
Cambridge, UK18 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2019 • En couple
The Bahrain pearl trail is amazing but more information is needed so that the amazing places can be explored by the tourist. We couldn't find so many places because of lack of GPS tracking available. Even the visitors centre had no pamphlet available.
Écrit le 29 novembre 2019
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Robert T
9 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2019
Over the years I have explored Muharraq in different ways, often related to its rich "pearl" history: Bin Matar house eg. Maybe 6 months ago I got lost on the path, but now it is much easier to follow, mainly because of the lamp posts all along. I did it during the day but I am sure that it will be a complete new experience in the late afternoon, early evening when there is more hustle and bustle. Since the last time more and more houses are renovated and I found it really interesting all along.
I recommend to make only a small detour to see the Shaikh Isa bin Ali house/palace which is "must see" in my view. Website pearlingpath.bh is good but I was unable to load the path on my phone but the relevant Authority send me a link, which worked well. You don't need it as the lamp posts are the best guidance. One minus, on which they are working: I did not start at the National Museum , then a boat trip then Bu Mahir fort, but on the other site of the highway as I could not find the fort easily with a car and parking is not really available. Also crossing the Highway is dangerous. The Authority told me there will be a pedestrian crossing but that will take time. Despite this, I enjoyed it very much , as my guest from Europe did. Practical: plenty of little shops to buy water but also resting areas with water fountains. Plus also very simple coffee houses and a beautiful cafe restaurant Saffron by Jena.
Écrit le 7 novembre 2019
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