For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa required

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa required


Holders of emergency travel documents in transit require a visa



Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Bahrain.
Аll air passengers are not required to present a PCR certificate before boarding a plane to Bahrain.
Passengers are required to take a PCR test upon arrival. The cost of testing is BD 12 ($ 32) to be paid prior to arrival through the official BeAware Bahrain App, through the Bahrain eGovernment Portal on, or upon arrival at a designated airport kiosk, where card and cash payments are accepted. All arrivals must also activate the 'BeAware Bahrain' application and sign an agreement to self-isolate, which requires them to quarantine at their place of residence until their arrival test results are available.
Travelers recently recovered from COVID-19 (aged 6 and above) are not required to present a PCR test before departure. Instead, they can present a recovery certificate or a positive COVID-19 test taken no later than 14 days prior to departure and no earlier than 30 days prior to departure. Travelers are still required to undergo a PCR test upon arrival at the airport in Bahrain.
All unvaccinated arrivals aged 12 years and above, must quarantine for 10 days.                                       
The airport remains open, but flights are subject to cancelation with little or no advance



Citizens of the Republic of Serbia require a visa to enter Bahrain. A visa can be obtained through these websites: and, and the guarantor has the obligation to hand over the original visa at the border crossing. A visa can also be obtained through the Embassy of Bahrain in Moscow, the Russian Federation, covering the Republic of Serbia on a non-residential basis, telephone: 007 499 99 50 900, fax: 007 499 99 50 113, e-mail:



No social security agreement has been signed.



HEALTH SITUATION – Vaccines are not required. Only use bottled water for drinking and cooking. Fresh salads should be avoided due to amoebae. Hand hygiene should be maintained at a high level due to the risk of yellow fever. Extreme climate conditions should be kept in mind, such as temperatures above 50 degrees with high humidity.

SECURITY SITUATION – The situation in Bahrain is generally safe. It is necessary to observe tradition and customs. Breaking them is considered immoral and is punishable.  It is not permitted to consume food or beverages, or to smoke in public places during Ramadan.

Furthermore, public displays of affection between the sexes should be avoided. Women should pay particular attention and dress so that all body parts other than their heads are covered. They need to avoid going to public beaches alone, or moving on foot or by taxi alone during evening hours.

TRANSPORT — The Kingdom of Bahrain is the smallest island country in the Persian Gulf. The international airport is located in the city of Manama, maritime transport is well developed, unlike railway transport. An international driving permit is required for driving a motor vehicle.

Causing a traffic accident under the influence of alcohol is treated as a severe criminal offence. Public transport is underdeveloped. Taxis are mainly used, and they are cheap.

OTHER — The national currency of Bahrain is the Bahrain dinar, its exchange rate in January 2021 amounting to 1 BHD = $2.65. The use of payment cards issued by Serbian banks is not possible. Hotel accommodation and restaurants are expensive, as are medical services.

The living standard is adapted to the needs of its own population, and tourism is still insufficiently developed.


Contact information:

During your stay in the Kingdom of Bahrain, for consular assistance and protection you may contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the state of Kuwait, located at Bayan, Block No. 13, Street No.1, Villa No.18, Safat 13066, P.O. Box 20511 KUWAIT, STATE OF KUWAIT, at the following telephone numbers: 00 965 25 37 50 42, 00 965 25 37 50 45, or e-mails: and