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The Maldives, officially the Republic of Maldives, is an archipelagic state and country in South Asia, situated in the Indian Ocean. It lies southwest of Sri Lanka and India, about 750 kilometres from the Asian continent’s mainland.


Domestic and International Air Connectivity:

The Maldives is primarily known for its international airports that connect the country to the world. Most of the domestic airports are situated on various atolls and islands, providing access to different resorts.

Airports Facilities:

Velana International Airport offers standard facilities including duty-free shopping, lounges, car rental services, and restaurants. It also has a seaplane terminal for transfers to other island resorts.

Tourist Attractions:


The Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR) is the official currency.

Local Cuisines:

Maldivian cuisine features seafood, coconuts, and tropical fruits. Try dishes like “Mas Riha” (fish curry) and “Huni Roshi” (coconut flatbread).

Cultural Activities:

Maldivian culture is influenced by South Asian, African, and Arab traditions. Cultural activities may include traditional Bodu Beru drumming and local dance performances.


The Maldives offers a range of accommodation options, including overwater bungalows and luxury resorts. Notable options include Anantara Dhigu and Four Seasons Maldives.

Transport Connectivity:

The Maldives relies on boats, seaplanes, and domestic flights for inter-island transport. There are no railroads within the country.


The Maldives has an estimated population of around 521,000 people.


Islam is the official religion of the Maldives, and the majority of the population is Muslim.

Languages Spoken:

Dhivehi is the official language. English is also widely spoken, especially in the tourism industry.


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