The two countries of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have been linked by the King Fahd Causeway Al Khobar since its completion in 1986.
The causeway is 25km in length and is made up of a series of 7 embankments and 5 bridges, the longest of which is 5km long.
Glossy stone floors and glass walls are set off by glam touches like a Roy Lichtenstein print—This Must Be the Place, cheekily hung in the bathroom—and a black crystal chandelier.
But what’s inside the Nazarian house is secondary to the view: the city of Los Angeles spread like a vast Persian carpet laid at Nazarian’s feet. These days Nazarian hardly needs an introduction in Hollywood and Beverly Hills: At 33, he has built an empire that includes trendy nightclubs, an archipelago of restaurants and the flashy SLS Hotel, with further hotels planned for Miami and Las Vegas.
His circle, however, extends well beyond the celebutantes courted by his businesses.
Nazarian and his family, who like many Iranian Jews left Tehran during the 1979 revolution, are leaders of a powerful Persian Jewish elite in Beverly Hills.
He has been described by multiple sources as a prankster, Since then he has created many videos as a solo You Tuber.
Later on during that year, he released another single, " Survivor", on October 18, 2015.
Saleh released his third single "Tomorrow's Another Day" on December 4, 2015.
A drive along the causeway gives great views of the region, especially as you pass over the water between the two countries.
Saudi Arabia is host to the world’s largest fountain, located in the Red Sea near to Jeddah.