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You can buy wine or spirits at the Arrivals Duty Free in Bahrain it is about 50 per cent less expensive than if you were to buy it at a store.
 
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There's a popular belief that Bahrain has two kinds of climate - Hot and Hotter. Actually, that's not quite true, as temperatures can drop to the low teens (C) in the winter. If that's when you plan to travel, better bring those woollies!

A typical Bahrain sunsetThe peak of summer though can be very hot outdoors, and even sun-worshippers ought to take care when outside. This is precisely the reason air conditioning is considered something of a necessity rather than a luxury in Bahrain.

Unless you are travelling in winter, light clothing and sunglasses are advisable.

Here's a listing of average monthly temperatures, with rain and humidity.

Month
Temperature (C)
Max. humidity (%)  Rainfall (mm)
January 17  88
15
February  18
88
16
March 21
85
14
April 25
82
10
May
30
79
1
June
33
78
-
July 34
80
-
August
34
83
-
September
33
86
-
October
29
88
-
November
25
84
4
December
19
87
11





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