Bahrain Foreign Exchange Rates

Currency NameCodeBank Transfer
 UAE Dirham AED 9.69556
 Australian Dollars AUD 3.21038
 Bangladeshi Taka BDT 211.41649
 Canadian Dollars CAD 3.16016
 Swiss Francs CHF 2.51585
 Egyptian Pound EGP 44.60303
 Euro EUR 2.20609
 British Pounds Sterling GBP 1.97500
 Indonesia Rupiah IDR 33,333.33333
 Indian Rupee INR 169.49153
 Jordanian Dinar JOD 1.83409
 Kuwaiti Dinar KWD 0.77733
 Sri Lankan Rupee LKR 395.25692
 Morocco Dirham MAD 24.25418
 Malaysian Ringgit MYR 10.68604
 Nepalese Rupee NPR 261.78010
 Omani Riyal OMR 1.01667
 Philippine Pesos PHP 132.27513
 Pakistani Rupee PKR 278.55153
 Qatari Riyal QAR 9.57946
 Saudi Riyal SAR 9.90491
 Singapore Dollars SGD 3.53607
 Thai Baht THB 86.58009
 US Dollars USD 2.64278
* Rates are indicative and subject to change.
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Manama Central Market gets air conditioned

Air conditioners installed inside the Central Market in Manama offer special blessings to vendors as well as consumers alike. Air conditioners have been a long time demand from the part of vendors here. And now the cooling system will boost the massive fruit and veggie shopping extravaganza durin

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Delivery boys & heavy drivers to be trained in first- aid

The Bahrain Red Crescent Society intends to set up a special project to train delivery boys and drivers of heavy vehicles in Bahrain on first aid skills to enable them to provide assistance to themselves and victims of accidents in the streets, revealed its secretary-general Dr Fawzi Amin. Under

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5,000 expats deported in just past three years!!

More than 5, 000 expatriates were deported from Bahrain in the past three years for violating the Kingdom’s labour laws, it was recently revealed. According to the latest statistics released by the Supreme Judicial Council, 5, 294 expats were sentenced to deportation after they were convict


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Qatar cuts ties with their rivals too…

Almost a year after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut ties with Qatar, the country has decided to stop consuming goods from its rivals. Qatar’s economy ministry ordered shops to strip shelves of products imported from the four countries, according to a circular s

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Bats not to be blamed for Nipah virus, experts say

The deadly  Nipah Virus outbreak in Kerala, India which has claimed 12 lives so far many not have been caused by fruit bats, experts have said. After the blood and serum samples of 21 bats was tested at the National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases in Bhopal, this claim has tu

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Manama Central Market gets air conditioned

Air conditioners installed inside the Central Market in Manama offer special blessings to vendors as well as consumers alike. Air conditioners have been a long time demand from the part of vendors here. And now the cooling system will boost the massive fruit and veggie shopping extravaganza durin

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A single pair of Japanese melons can cost you a fortune

A single pair of premium melons yesterday fetched a record 3.2 million yen ($29,300) at auction in Japan, where the fruit is regarded as a status symbol. Seasonal fruit offerings in Japan routinely attract massive sums from buyers seeking social prestige, or from shop owners wanting to attr

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Cyclone dies, horror still lives on..

Two people, including a child, were killed and three others went missing in the Omani province of Dhofar after Cyclone Mekunu hit the southern region of the Gulf Arab country, Omani police and state news media said yesterday. The three missing were Asian nationals, state news agency ONA reported.