|Native name: حالة نعيم (Arabic)|
Location of Halat Nuaim Island in Bahrain
|Adjacent bodies of water||Persian Gulf|
|Area||0.27 km2 (0.10 sq mi)|
|Length||0.65 km (0.404 mi)|
|Width||0.75 km (0.466 mi)|
|Coastline||2.58 km (1.603 mi)|
|Highest elevation||15 m (49 ft)|
|Pop. density||3,700 /km2 (9,600 /sq mi)|
|Ethnic groups||Bahraini, non-Bahraini|
|ISO Code = BH-14|
Halat Nuaim-Seltah (Arabic: حالة نعيم السلطة) is a Bahraini island. It is located off the coast of Muharraq island, near the town of Hidd. It has a distance of 5 km (3.1 mi) east of the capital, Manama, on Bahrain Island.
There were two islands separated by a 100 meters channel between them. Halat Nuaim which was inhabited by the Al Nuaim tribe, after whom it was named. Halat Seltah which was inhabited by the Al Sulaiti tribe, whom the island is named after. At 1998, dredging began in the canal, to create an artificial land and connect the islands.
There are two villages located on the Island:
The island belongs to Muharraq Governorate .
The island is today connected to Muharraq Island by a road.
The inhabitants on the island are engaged in very small scale fishing which are mainly for the island consumption.
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