Travel guide books launched
Manama, May 24, 2010
A Bahrain-based publisher has launched a new series of international travel guide books entitled 101 Things to See and Do....
They are published by Bahrain’s Arab World Tours in association with Canadian custom book publishers A Type Of Magic.
The first two guidebooks on Bahrain and Yemen are now available in stores, with three more on Oman, Scotland and Ireland due out this year.
The books contain travel destinations, photography tips and more than 100 other recommendations for visitors. There is also a separate section with information such as important numbers, airline and embassy contacts, and local customs and traditions.
The 176-page books, which also include large country maps, are priced at BD3 each. They are available at bookstores and the Bahrain International Airport.-TradeArabia News Service
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