Bahrain is an archipelago nation which is surrounded by the 33 islands, which is located in the Persian gulf of Middle East, off the coast of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Bahrain is renowned for the verdant groves of date palms. Bahrain Island is widely believed to be the site of the ancient kingdom of Dilmun.
There are no zip code in some part of the Bahrain nation. There are two ways of sending letters in Bahrain (or packages) by post, 1) to an address where post box number is not available, and 2) to an address with a post box number. To understand more, just follow the following examples: 1) Mr. X Y Z Villa 000, Road 000, Block 000, Manama Kingdom of Bahrain 2) Mr. X Y Z ABC Company, P.O.Box: 000, Manama, Bahrain. In other places Bahrain uses 3 digit zip code system in which the first digit indicates the region or municipality and the final 2 digits indicates the delivery destination.
Bahrain is ranked as the 173th largest nation in the world in terms of land area details, Bahrain has the total land area of 785km2 which comes around a total of 303mi2. Bahrain nation shares maritime border with nations like Iran, Qatar which lies in the east side of the nation, and Saudi Arabia.
Bahrain receives groundwater by lateral under-flow from the Damman aquifer, which forms only a part of the extensive regional aquifer system which is the Eastern Arabian Aquifer.The Dammam aquifer system is developed in the Dammam formation and represents the only natural, semi-renewable, relatively freshwater source which is available for Bahrain. The system consists of two groundwater system zones, the Alat zone (termed 'A' aquifer) and the Khobar zone (termed 'B' aquifer).
There are a total of 10 named mountains in the nation of Bahrain, in which the highest elevated mountain in the nation is Jabal and Dukhan which elevates upto 132 meters, and the smallest elevated mountain the Bahrain is Qurain adh dhirban which only elevates upto 23meters.
|Postcode type and position
3 or 4 digits to the right of the locality name
House no. 222
Sheikh Abdulla Road
X -- (First digit) ---> indicates the region or municipality
XX -- (last two digit) ---> digit indicates the delivery destination.
|Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery. Bahrain uses the 3 digit pin code in which the first digit indicates the region or municipality in the country and the last 2 digit indicates the delivery destination.
House no. 222 (area /street /village)
Sheikh Abdulla Road (delivery post office)