Marriott Executive Apartments Manama launches Bahrain Heritage Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 17 June 2010

The Bahrain government's continuous investment in the tourism sector is focusing on the Kingdom's culture, heritage and arts. The Culture & National Heritage sector and the Tourism Affair have been working together with the private sector adding new developments and infrastructure to the cultural, social and economic development of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

To support the program, Marriott Executive Apartments Manama has launched the Bahrain Heritage Package that will be released from 18 June 2010. The package includes a stay in a luxurious apartment, complimentary breakfast and internet access as well as visiting the Bahrain National Museum in Manama and Qal'at al-Bahrain (Bahrain Fort) in Karbabad.

Through this heritage package, visitors can experience the genuine culture and traditions of Bahrain, the small island country in the Persian Gulf, discovering local customs and history of the country by exploring artifact, pieces of ancient arts and heritage sites.

"This is our contribution to support the Bahrain government initiative to grow tourism industry through cultural initiatives and projects in the island," said Marwan Haddad, Director of Sales - Marriott Executive Apartments Manama. "Bahrain has rich cultures and traditions. We would like to promote this asset to our guests and residents and create a product that can enhance the awareness of the importance of preserving cultural heritage."

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