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5 Fun Things you can get up to this Weekend! (October 14-16)

Written by Atharie Al Salem

Looking for something fun to do with your family or friends? Scroll down and explore 5 of the most exciting activities to enjoy this weekend in Bahrain!

Check out the newest Mexican hotspot in Block 338

El Chapo brought the heat last week with its debut in the bustling Adliya area. With extravagant cocktails, Mexican dishes and insta-worthy artistic interiors, house DJ Tanja plays a variety of music to keep you and your squad going all night long.

Walk for the Breast Cancer warriors at the Mall of Dilmunia

Local female running group Lettuce Run is hosting an awareness walk to raise funds for Think Pink Bahrain. Wear your pink outfits and support the cause at this woman only event on Saturday, October 16th. Children are welcome to join them as well!

Get crafty with this Macramé workshop

The Mosaic House is hosting a beginner friendly plant hanger macramé workshop for all of you plant moms and dads on the 16th of October. Sign up through @hygge.bh on Instagram to secure a spot for this creative handicraft session.

Party with a huge line-up of artists at this beach & pool party

This Friday, Movenpick Hotel brings you the best of Bahrain’s music scene at their on-site party featuring some of Bahrain’s best in the entertainment industry, including DJs, musicians and a dance & fire show! Tickets are on sale now and on the event day.

Have a romantic day at Indigo, The Merchant House’s artsy rooftop restaurant

Right in the heart of Manama is a hidden gem of an art scene; Indigo is a great spot for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, or dinner with a wide range of elegant Mediterranean and Asian food, including specialty items for vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free diets. Feast your eyes on their botanical outdoor terrace or their indoor art gallery while enjoying the company of a loved one.


Atharie is a multimedia student with a passion for communication and design with a special interest in motorsports, social media and the arts.

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