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Holidays to Maldives conjure up images of glorious sandy white beaches, turquoise-blue seas and a vivacious way of life. Named after a shipwreck, the Maldive Victory is a hotspot for scuba diving, giving you the opportunity to observe a wealth of different coloured fishes and coral reefs. Away from the water, this isolated and unspoilt setting provides the upmost in relaxation.
In 1953, when Maldives became a republic, Mulee Aage palace became the President’s Official Residence. Its grand appearance is beautifully maintained, extremely photogenic and an ideal visit as part of a walking tour.
This distinctive architectural structure is as thought-provoking for its design as it is for the tragic natural disaster that it harks back too. The ingenius construction of this touching monument represents different facets of the 2004 Tsunami with its upwards motion indicative of the rising waters and its focal point – the vertical iron rods which represent a life lost.
The oldest mosque in the country is a magnificent sight, recognised by its immaculate varnish work and flawless wood carvings. Dating back to 1656, this delightful structure has been assembled from coral stone with its interior and exterior surroundings inscribed with Arabic writings and decorative patterns.
Holidays to Maldives are often spent poolside catching the sun’s rays, but you will be overlooking some fantastic tours and outings should you refrain from leaving your chosen island. The Male Fish Market will give you a glimpse into how the locals live and why fishing remains the country’s most important industry. Day in, day out, fisherman across the whole country sail to the edge of the market and discharge the results of their endeavours. Displays of fresh fish are varied and eye-catching with tuna particularly prominent.
This museum was established on the National Day of the Maldives and maintains a vast array of historical relics from coins to costumes to jewellery. Its objective is to protect history and to infuse patriotism amongst the natives.
This underwater experience remains a very popular excursion, particularly for individuals who aren’t keen on diving. Observe the exhilarating coral and marine life deep below the sea level and enjoy some incredible views of the sea. The company also utilises divers to feed the fish, therefore bringing them even closer to you.
The first hotel to ever be built on the island of Male, the capital of Maldives. Guests will prosper from an astonishing view of the sea and one of the leading garden restaurants in Male’. With three meeting rooms all varying in dimension, Nasandhura has the facilities, history, heritage and experience to make any event a triumphant one.
Luxury Maldives holidays don’t come much better than this historical, five-star sumptuous complex, Kurumba Maldives – the first Maldivian resort to open its doors to the public, back in 1972. Three conference rooms with a total gathering capacity of 250 people offers ample space and world-class services for your business conference needs.
Its sublime ocean views are endorsed by the hotel who proclaim the resort to be “where waters dance in shades of simmering blue.” With 113 guest rooms and a contemporary meeting room capable of holding 20 people, conferences have never felt so exotic as at Angsana Velavaru.
If the traffic jams and hectic way of life in Male’ are not what you crave, then this diverse nation has a number of other impressive options. Fuvahmulah is renowned for its beautiful tourist spots and Baa Atoll will give you the opportunity to witness whale sharks, which draws a lot of curious visitors here. If you are on business, then travelling from island to island is without dilemma thanks to the vast amount of public ferries which have made this country of understated beauty and indulgent luxury more accessible than ever.
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