Customs regulations of Bahrain

Customs regulations of Bahrain Last updated on Wednesday 14th April 2010

200 cigarettes, half a pound of tobacco and one bottle of spirits are allowed duty free.

Prohibited are pornographic and obscene literature and pictures, arms and ammunition, cultured and undrilled pearls.

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