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Reef Island is an artificial island in the archipelago of Bahrain. It has a distance of 2 km (1.2 mi) north of downtown Manama, on Bahrain Island.
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The best place to live in Bahrain. Secured well maintained area with nice flats.
Loved it. Lived there for a year. Extremely quiet!
Reef island is a lovely place to live in Bahrain, 10 min from the diplomatic area and 2 min from City Centre Mall.
Incredible and amazing place, very clean peaceful and nice views. love its design and construction.
In the heart of the city can be your home away from home plus a great dining experience. Amazing view of traditional dhows and relaxing waterfront.
This is an upscale and elegant living community in Bahrain. There are few exquisite restaurants there with great cuisines
Its a good place for afternoon and evening time pass.
I'm been a resident of Reef Island for one year now it's beautiful I love my apartment home. It's got beautiful senary new things on the Island for visitors great restaurants. Great place to become a member of the community or visit.
There was a lot of restaurants with a sea view and it was beautiful. I would recommend it if you want to spend your holiday and a beautiful and calm place like this.
Has nice restaurants on the side of water lagoon. Spending an evening under the stars when weather is good is a good experience.
A beautiful and well-kept area of Bahrain, with several restaurants and a gorgeous resort.
Bahrain still uncivilized: The Reef security guards are like Dog: On my way back to USA from an Asian tour, stopped by the Reef to explore a possibility to purchase a vila, met with Ms. Soulayma Mouawad, the marketing manager and had a great discussion about the Reef project and how they are looking into foreign investors to buy/invest into their project, after my meeting, I asked her if I could drive by to get a feel of the place, she said absolutely I can. But when I stopped by an empty lot next to the ocean to take a photograph of my son with the ocean as behind, a security guard approached us like a dog and was very rude why we were taking pictures. In my reply, I said that I was taking few pictures of my son with the ocean background and he said "NO", it is illegal and forbidden in addition he harassed, threatened and was very rude to us. Since I was in a foreign country and specially when I realized those people still uncivilized and living in Bedouin era, I did not want to tell him that he just not lost a possible sale for the Reef, but created such feeling with two American, who most likely will never step in such a place again, so left quietly without saying a word. The amazing part was the security guard was following us when I was driving towards the exit gate and followed us until his other security guards stopped us on the main gate by realizing that we are foreigners and harassed us again and was burking like dogs. We stayed quiet and left the place immediately. Thank God, I don't think many westerners will go crazy to invest with these uncivilized people. Myself being a Muslim, honestly I did not see anything of muslim's hospitality, or respect to guests or treat guests with dignity from those people. Believe me, it looks very appealing from the internet pictures, but in real life, the Reef and most of the Bahrain was an empty soul island.