A: Bahrain lies on the geographical coordinates of 26° 0' 0" N, 50° 33' 0" E.
Latitude and Longitude of Bahrain in other units:
|Latitude and Longitude to decimals||26.0||50.55|
|Latitude and Longitude to degrees minutes seconds||26° 0' 0" N||50° 33' 0" E|
|Latitude/Longitude to UTM Reference|
|UTM Northing:2875761.366959119 Easting:454964.7624836921 Zone:39R|
More detail about Bahrain
Bahrain ? Rich lifestyle
Bahrain, like many other countries of the middle-east is rich in oil resources. The national revenue is obviously high due to the vast oil reserves available in this archipelago of 33 islands. Bahrain is an Islamic nation but provides equal rights to people of all religions. No matter which religion one belongs to, it is compulsory for women to wear burkhas in public.
Bahrain has advanced hugely in business, trade and commerce. This country is the connecting point between the west and the middle-east. People from different parts of the world find jobs to settle down here. Living is very expensive and salaries are also very high.
The education system is very good and there are great amount of British and American based schools in Bahrain. There are high rates of teaching jobs available and also there is great need for nurses.
The unemployment rate was very high for the locals while international citizens found jobs suited to their academic qualifications. Currently, there has been a steady increase in number of jobs available and great steps have been taken by the current regime to overcome the dearth.
The reason for Bahrain?s success is mainly because the trading partners are all surging economies. Bahrain has trade relations with more than 40 countries. Export is the pillar of success behind Bahrain?s growth.
Bahrain government has acted very swiftly to widen the areas of technological development and increase areas of investment, business and entrepreneurship due to the forecast of oil wells running dry in probably in another 20 years.
Employing foreign labor was expensive and they decided to cut down international recruitments.
Law is very strict in Bahrain and crime rate is very low. The health care system is very efficient and ratio of hospitals is low.
The food is expensive and standard of living is high.