The history of pearl diving in Bahrain will be highlighted at a major heritage festival starting this week in the kingdom, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
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Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB) has joined the Pearl Initiative, a leading Gulf business-led organisation promoting a corporate culture of accountability and transparency as a key driver of competitiveness across the region.
Hospitality Development Company (HDC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qatar-based United Development Company (UDC), recently unveiled the new Urban Jazz Kitchen at The Pearl-Qatar.
HDC emphasised the importance of this newly enginee
Pearl Initiative, a leading independent private sector-led, not-for-profit organisation working across the Gulf Region to influence and improve corporate accountability and transparency, has partnered with Binaa Wa Amal, a division of Construc
Homes in historic neighbourhoods in Muharraq, Bahrain, could finally be redeveloped as part of a multi-million-dinar heritage scheme.
They are located on the Pearl Route, which has been granted World Heritage Site status by the Un
Qatar's United Development Company (UDC) will prioritise building its half-finished Pearl development in Doha, a 60-tower residential project situated on a man-made island, a senior executive told Reuters.
Dip N Dip, a brand famous for its decadent desserts using the finest belgian chocolate as a main ingredient, is set to open a new outlet at the Pearl-Qatar.
The innovative café concept is scheduled to open in Medina Central
Bahrain could soon become an international destination for natural pearls.
Parliament will on Tuesday discuss a draft law on testing the finest quality natural pearls and gemstones, reports our sister paper Ak
A 5,000 sq m family entertainment centre, “Megapolis”, is set to open in Medina Centrale at The Pearl-Qatar this March in what promises to be the biggest indoor entertainment centre in the region.
The centre will combine a m
The iconic Pearl Trail project in Muharraq was given the go-ahead. The cultural project was approved as His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa chaired the weekly Cabinet meeting at