Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain, has agreed on the launch of a massive development project supporting tourism in Muharraq, at a cost oF BHD45 million.
The project will link between Muharraq Archaeological and a contemporary waterfront that is enhanced with services and recreational, tourism, and commercial facilities through a pedestrian bridge.
The tourism project will include a multi-storey car park, a hotel, a market and will be built on the current site of the Muharraq post office. The project also will connect the coast and sea port for boats and the walkway, as well as a dedicated area for restaurants and cafes.
The project will also connect to the coast, a sea port for boats, and a walkway, and will boast a dedicated area for restaurants and cafes.
This project will be implemented according to the directives of His Royal Highness, the Prime Minister, given during his field visit to Muharraq and its coasts, and a translation of his orders to up developmental projects that serve the commercial and tourism sectors of Muharraq.
According to Bahrain News Agency, “Bena”, the Prime Minister stressed the development will be put up in a public tender as soon as possible.
He also added that the project will be supportive of the government’s direction in providing all the tourism and commercial components to citizens.