Bandaara Kilhi is one of the two fresh water lakes in Fuvahmulah, Maldives. Found primarily in Maalegan ward of the island with a little part stretching out to Miskiymagu ward too, the lake has a territory of around 0.058 square kilometers and a normal profundity of 12 feet, which makes it the biggest lake by volume in the Maldives pleasing the biggest freshwater save in the nation.
Limited by thick vegetations of for the most part greeneries, Screwpine, tropical almond, cheddar organic product, Banana trees, coconut palms and taro fields in addition to mango trees too to a degree, among the animals which occupy the lakeside are the regular moorhen, which is a winged creature only found in Fuvahmulah just in the Maldivian archipelago and Maldivian white-breasted waterhen Amaurornis phoenicurus maldivus, which is an endemic types of the Maldives.
The Bandaara Kilhi to make the place more available. The place was adjusted to incorporate two cabins and an eatery planned in Maldivian social style with the rooftops covered with coconut palm takes off. The eatery which was assembled has begun working under the name of Lakeside Restaurant. Guests on touring treks to Fuvahmulah and clients to the Lakeside Restaurant appreciate sustaining the tilapia and distinctive animals which possess the lake while riding the water crafts as of now being utilized as a part of the lake.