Bahrain Foreign Exchange Rates

Currency Name

Code

Bank Transfer

 UAE Dirham

AED

9.69274

 Australian Dollars

AUD

3.20420

 Bangladeshi Taka

BDT

211.41649

 Canadian Dollars

CAD

3.14604

 Swiss Francs

CHF

2.49203

 Egyptian Pound

EGP

44.60303

 Euro

EUR

2.19370

 British Pounds Sterling

GBP

1.96634

 Indonesia Rupiah

IDR

33,333.33333

 Indian Rupee

INR

169.20474

 Jordanian Dinar

JOD

1.83409

 Kuwaiti Dinar

KWD

0.77658

 Sri Lankan Rupee

LKR

395.25692

 Morocco Dirham

MAD

24.17211

 Malaysian Ringgit

MYR

10.69061

 Nepalese Rupee

NPR

261.78010

 Omani Riyal

OMR

1.01667

 Philippine Pesos

PHP

131.40604

 Pakistani Rupee

PKR

278.55153

 Qatari Riyal

QAR

9.57946

 Saudi Riyal

SAR

9.90491

 Singapore Dollars

SGD

3.52572

 Thai Baht

THB

86.58009

 US Dollars

USD

2.64278

* Rates are indicative and subject to change. Contact our nearest branch for the latest rates.

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