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About Bahrain (BH )
Located along the western shores of the Persian Gulf, Bahrain is a small island country. In actual it is an archipelago of 33 islands among which Bahrain is the largest. Basically the land comprises of low desert plain that rises gently to slight elevation. The place is acknowledged to be the site of the ancient land of the Dilmun civilisation. Bahrain is quite protective when it comes to safe keeping of its flora and fauna. To take care of its well-existing breeds and also those of endangered species of animals, it has five dedicated protected areas, which are – Hawar Islands; Tubli Bay; Mashtan Island, which is off the coast of Bahrain; Arad Bay, in Muharraq; and Al Areen Wildlife Park- a zoo and also a breeding centre.
Bahrain is a popular tourist destination as more than 8 million tourists visit this place every year. The land is a rich source of Arab culture and stores the archaeological legacy that gives deep insight into ancient worlds and ancient people.
It is due to the Bahrain International F1 Circuit that people all over the world came to know Bahrain's heritage and stores of historical knowledge. The land exhibits archaeological constructions that detail the history of about five thousand years of civilisation. The forts of Bahrain like Qalat Al Bahrain are great masterpieces of art and craft, and also are enlisted by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Bahrain has a big museum- Bahrain National Museum which stores artefacts, the art pieces that bespeak the country's history that traces back to the time when the island was inhabited by first ever human, around 9000 years ago. Similar Beit Al Quran is also a giant museum where you will find the real Islamic artefacts of the Quran.
Other famous tourist attractions that have huge historical significance include Al Khamis Mosque (one of the oldest mosques of the land), Arad fort (located in Muharraq), Barbar temple (an ancient temple from the Dilmunite period), A'ali Burial Mounds and the Saar temple. Then in Sakhir Desert, there is ‘Tree of Life’, a 400 year-old tree with no trace of water nearby.
Not only for the archaeological and historical features, Bahrain is also famous for Bird watching, scuba diving and horse riding.
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About Amritsar (ATQ)
Located in the north western part of India, Amritsar is a perfect blend of culture and tradition values. Formally known as Ramdaspur, the city is a religious center for the Sikh community. Due to the presence of educational institutions, business enterprises and industrial interests, the city is one of the most admirable and famous cities of Punjab. It is not just Indians who come here to have a glimpse of its beauty, but travellers across the world also love to visit Amritsar. The historical value of Amritsar is high and reflects a deeper side of Indian culture. The landmark of the city is the Golden Temple, officially called as Harmindar Sahib. Local people of the city commonly call it Hari Mandir that stands for ‘The temple of the Lord’ as well as Darbar Sahib which means ‘the court divine’.
Besides the Golden temple, there are some other popular places which also have great importance in the land of Punjab as well as India. Places like Jallianwala Bagh, Durgiana temple, Khalsa College, Guru Nanak Dev University and Harike Wetland Lake offer you some beautiful moments to spend with your loved ones. Amritsar is also quite near to Wagah Boarder (Indo-Pak line of control) where a large number of visitors love to go. The more you explore, the more you enjoy! That is the beauty of this magnificent city. Moving in and around the city, you will get the glimpse of handicraft items, carpets and fabrics. The ‘Punjabi Cuisines’ will give you sheer pleasure of visiting this part. You will simply love to taste the lip-smacking foods of this city. The best time to visit Amritsar is from the months of November to the months of February. During this time, the climate becomes quite pleasant and you can enjoy the best time here. Amritsar is also well connected to the Capital of India- Delhi, Chandigarh and Jammu.
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About Malaysia Airlines
Malaysian Airways is the flag carrier of Malaysia headquartered at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, Selangor, in Greater Kuala Lumpur. It started to operate in 1937 when Wearne's Air Service (WAS) commenced operating services between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Penang. This proposal was made by the Imperial Airways and Straits Steamship of Singapore.
Malaysian Airways joined oneworld in 2013 and has been rated as 5 star by Skytrax for having the World's Best Cabin Staff. With its main operating hub in Kuala Lumpur, it provide air travel services for Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Middle East and on the Kangaroo Route between Europe and Australasia. Transpacific flights from Kuala Lumpur to Los Angeles are also operated by it. About more than 60 destinations across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America are covered by it. In the year 1997, Malaysia Airlines flew the world’s longest non-stop, non-commercial flight from Seattle to Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Airlines booking online is the best ways to travel cheap and earn discounts on your travel. The flight reservation to travel with comfort and peace of mind can be booked through online booking. Malaysia Airlines has a fleet of 84 aircraft that include 77 passenger aircraft and 7 cargo planes. The main airbuses included in its fleet are Airbus A330-200 (3), Airbus A330-300 (11), Boeing 737-400 (37), Boeing 737-800 (3), Boeing 747-400 (13) and Boeing 777-200 ER (17).