It is a small atoll as it has only one island but the one is the largest in Maldives. The island is known for its amazing fertility and produces many fruits and vegetables. The beaches of the island are untouched and unexploited hence they offer you the natural charm of the coastal region.
It is a part of the South Nilandhoo Atoll and owns one of the most mysterious mounds called as hawittas. These are computed to be the ruins of the Buddhist temples which are yet to be confirmed. An old mosque in this island is also a charm for the visitors.
It is located in the Sultan Park in Male and was the former palace of the Sultan of Maldives. You can explore many well-kept artifacts of the local culture which includes coins, clothes of the era, royal antiques, embellishments, furniture, etc. If you love history it is a must visit place of Maldives.
It is a quarantine island which takes its name loan from a local flower. It possesses a house reef and a pristine beach which is its main attraction. It has a resort to stay which is a true example of craftsmanship. It is the most celebrated place for honeymooners in Maldives.
It is located in male and boasts the beautiful architecture and is also the center of all Islamic activities.It is formally known as Masjid-al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu Al Auzam, the mosque is a key attraction of Maldives for architecture lovers.
It lies in close proximity to Munnaru and the Grand Friday Mosque in the heart of Male. It is basically the house of the President of Maldives. It was constructed in the year 1914 and took five years to complete. It is a very spectacular building and resembles the architectural style of Sri Lanka. Sadly the beauty of this building can only be admired from outside as there is no entry inside the building for visitors.
These are some amazing and splendid places that you may explore while your visit to this amazing island – Maldives. Maldives is a popular tourist location so plan your visit here and explore the virgin beaches and local architecture. We promise you that you will come to this paradise again and again.