14. Tubli Bay, East Bahrain
The Gulf of Tubli is in East Bahrain and it was counted in the Wetlands of International Importance by Ramsar back in ‘97. The bay became polluted and was on the verge of dying. It is the only area in Bahrain that grows mangrove trees and sea grass which provide a unique ecosystem. But due to people who were neglectful of the place decades ago, the bay and its surroundings are now being preserved and conserved. You may want to visit this and see how the once lively gulf looks like now.