The former presidential palace of Maldives, named after the dynasty of the first Muslim rulers of the Maldives. It is a well-preserved landmark of the Maldives.


Presidential Palace

Hanifaru Bay

Hanifaru Bay

Islamic Center

The Islamic Centre (officially named Masjid al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu al-Auzam) is an architectural landmark in Malé, Maldives opened in November 1984 by President Gayoom.

National Museum

Established on the National Day of the Maldives, the first National Museum of the country was opened on 11 November 1952, by the Prime Minister at the time, Mohamed Amin Didi.

Kalhu Vakaru Mosque

One of the oldest coral stone mosques, the kalhu vakaru (ebony tree) was commissioned by Sultan Shamsudheen-Il in the 18th Century. The mosque is a national cultural landmark.

Fish Market

The local fish market, food products from across the Maldives are sold here giving you the opportunity to mingle with locals and to experience local food products attractions

Sultan Park

A public park, built on the southern side of the demolished Royal Palace grounds in the 16th century the capital of Maldives, Male’

Old Friday Mosque (Male' Hukuru Misiky)

One of the oldest and ornate mosques in the Maldives, it features the handcrafted skill of stone carving & lacquer skill. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site

Lonuziyaarai Park

The [‘ark is ab escape from the busy life of Male’ city. Includes walking paths, jogging paths and cycling paths, wooden benches, huts and swings. It is one of the prime surf area as well.

Sinamale' Bridge

Linking Malé city to Hulhumalé city, symbolizing improving relations between China and Maldives and therefore originally named “China- Maldives Friendship Bridge

Hulhumale' Central Park

A large park that has been preserved over the year , and includes beautiful flowers and many plants that enhance its beauty, as well as an out door gym, skating area, jogging track, an beautiful pond, a modern fountain and many stone statues that give the garden a special elegance.

Whale Submarine Maldives

Whale Submarine is the world’s deep diving largest passenger submarine currently operating in the Maldives. With 50 comfortable seats, Whale Submarine is certified to dive up to 150 meters. This is an excellent opportunity especially for the non-divers to visit the mysterious depths of the ocean to explore the underwater world.


Dhidhoo Beyru; Swim with the majestic whale sharks in the seas of Ariadhoo kandu
Hammer head point; A top dive site with dozens of sharks, amazing corals & typography of Rasdhoo atoll

Utheemu Ganduvaru

Home of the national hero Mohamed thakurufaanu, an important landmark with cultural significance

Kandhuvalhu Mosque

An exquisite antique coral mosque with carved teak interiors, located in the island of Utheemu.

Jewelers Island

Located in the Southern region of Maldives, Rinbudhoo in Dhaalu atoll also known as the Jewelers Island hones the unique craft of jewel crafting of old techniques which may be lost to most

Thoondu Beach

Its sands are formed by white small round pebbles, which are unusually smooth and shiny. This kind of pebbles which sparkle even after being taken away from the beach are exclusive to Fuvahmulah only and there is no record of such kind of pebbles from anywhere in the world except Fuvahmulah. Thoondu has also been declared as a Protected area of Fuvahmulah by the government of Maldives on 12 June 2012 and the Atoll Council of Fuvahmulah has also passed a Decree to establish the place as a Protected area on 19 January 2012.

Paree Fengandu (Fairy Pond)

Located at Laamu Gan this pond with its striking red color is located in the lush jungle of the island. The pond surrounds tales and folklore that has aged for a long time

Protected Area of Eedhigali Kilhi & Kottey

An exceptional nature reserve and birding spot found in the island of Hithadhoo which is a rare escape

The Zero Degree

Become certified by flying across the Zero
Degree geographic channel on domestic airlines