The branch locator provides information on all Bahrain Post branch locations and opening hours. To view branch locations please click here.
Bahrain Post delivers to both physical address and P.O. Boxes and delivers according to the address provided on the mailing item.
The tracking service is available for any mailings that are dispatched via registered mail or the Express Mail Services (EMS).
A photo ID is required when receiving parcels that are mailed via registered mail (letters and parcels) and Express Mail Services (EMS).
The applicable form will need to be filled out (these are available at all post office branches), personal identification (e.g. CPR). For corporate P.O. Boxes, a copy of the Commercial Registration is also required.
The following are required when addressing your mailings:
For physical address deliveries:
Name of Recipient
Company Name (if addressed to a company/business)
Building/Complex Number (if applicable)
For P.O. Box Deliveries:
Name of Recipient
Company Name (if addressed to a company)
P.O. Box Number
Deliveries are done between 7am to 7pm from Saturday to Thursday. No deliveries are made during national holidays.
A collect service is offered as part of the Express Mail Services (EMS) as follows:
Customers can subscribe to the service by completing the applicable application form available at all Post Offices. Customers will then be provided with a registration number.
Unregistered customers can make use of this service by visiting any of the Post Office outlets to send their mailings.
Mailings are categorized as letters and parcels with different pricing according to the mail service selected (e.g. registered mail, express mail service, etc). For more information on prices, please click here.
Mail/packages are retained for one month before being returned back to the sender.
Three re-delivery attempts are made and the package is then retained for one month before being returned back to the sender.
Commemorative and special stamps are offered for sale to customers of postal stamps for a period of no more than 6 months from the date of issue and are available for purchase at any Bahrain Post outlet. Stamp collectors may obtain the stamps from the Philatelic Bureau during a maximum period of two years from the date of issue. For more information on the Philatelic Bureau, please click here.
Stamps have often been described as
'the visting cards of the nations'