Get on a Male trip for a break from the West’s bustling metropolises and natural beauty. On the Kaafu Atoll sits Malé island, Maldives, the archipelago’s vast metropolis. It’s densely populated and well-developed. Malé has a distinct personality and charm of its own, so there’s no shortage of things to do.
The National Art Gallery, the local fish market, Sultan’s Park, and the National Museum are just a few of the attractions in Malé worth seeing while there. A bustling hub of activity, the island is also charming and eccentric. There are many alcohol-free pubs, delicious restaurants, and bustling marketplaces to choose from.
Things To Do at Male Island
On Male Island, there are a plethora of things to see and do that may make a trip here worthwhile. To learn more about the island’s past, visit the Hukuru Miskiiy Old Friday Mosque on Male Island, also known as Hukuru Miskiy. The Grand Mosque in the Maldives is renowned for its construction and style. It is the oldest mosque in the Maldives. The artificial beach, which looks like a natural beach, is also a great place to go swimming. Even if there is a change, it is hardly perceptible.