Welcome to ExpatWoman Bahrain!
ExpatWoman.com is the best community website for all the information you need about living in Manama and Bahrain. If you are wondering things like… Should we move to Bahrain? Where will we live in Manama? Which school should I send our children to? What will life be like in Bahrain? How can I get a job in Bahrain? How will we meet other expats in Manama? What events are happening in Bahrain? You are in the right place!
Let us be your Bahrain guide. The ExpatWoman.com website is written by women, for women- for expats living in or relocating to Bahrain. We want to enable expats to connect, participate and share and have a great Information Forum
for this- where you can look for advice and help others too.
Schools In Bahrain
Choosing a school for your little ones can be a daunting task and one of the top worries for many expats- don't panic! We've got a whole section dedicated to education in Bahrain. The section features all the many nurseries, kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities. There is a wide choice and the educational standard is high.
Families In Bahrain
Want to know about living with your family whilst living in Manama & Bahrain? Family life as an expat can be great fun and interesting times. We've got everything you need to know in this section from pregnancy and birth advice, all things to do with your toddlers, what kind of plants you'll find in your garden and more! This will help you find ideas and the info you need to kick start your life.
Pets & Vets
Are you bringing your pets to Bahrain or looking to adopt a furry friend in Manama? Want to know about local vets and their services in Bahrain? Looking to rescue an abandoned animal or foster? Looking for a vet in Manama? Want to learn about protecting the natural habitat of Bahrain's wildlife? Would you like to volunteer to help a pet charity or a shelter? Find out all you need to know here.
If you're looking to find about more about Bahrain you are in the right place. We take a look at everything from the climate and geography to what it is like to live in Manama. The island has a very interesting history and has been continually developing over the last decades. Find out all you need to know about the history here.
Events in Bahrain
Need to know what's going on in Bahrain? We've got all the top events listed for you here. Everything from Mums & Tots mornings to the great sporting, music and cultural events you can go to. Let us help you get your social diary filled up and get you out and about! We list as many events as we can find to fill your life up!
Expat Clubs & Societies
When you move to a new county it's really important to start building your social network, find friends and have some hobbies- we don't want you feeling lonely or bored! It can be hard being away from family and friends. There are so many clubs in Bahrain that you can join- we've got them all here for you.
Top Tips For Life In Bahrain
We've got a special FAQs section packed full of information about life in Bahrain as an expat. Everything is covered from how to get your Residence Permit, where can you get your driving licence from, what are the alcohol laws, how to get a maid, what charities to volunteer for, where can you play golf- and so much more! It gets updated so that we can give you the best info.
There is a lot to see and do in Bahrain from historical sites, museums and buildings to shops, parks, entertainment zones and fun activities! There are some amazing sights to be seen! You can travel off the beaten track and visit old villages, ruined forts and explore the untouched coast line on Bahrain. Take a look here to see the sights you must not miss out on.
Bahrain Information Forum
Join our site to become a member and you can post way on our information forum- or you can read without being a member. It's full of real and useful information from other women who live in Bahrain and helps you get those niggly questions answered from people with first hand experience on expat life in Bahrain. Visit our forum to join in the conversation today.