1. Banana reef
Jumpers, swimmers, and swimmers will locate the glorious Banana Reef in the west of Farukolhufushi Island in the North Malé Atoll. It’s optimal for both progressed and fledgling jumpers.
You will have the capacity to appreciate a bona fide Maldivian feasting knowledge with nearby families, or travel out to the nearby reef for some swimming, and a while later appreciate some Maldivian tea on the sandbank.
3. Malé Fish Market
Malé Fish Market is west of Republic Square. You get the chance to perceive how the Maldivians approach their day by day business. The best circumstances to visit the market are toward the evening and early night, since that is when the vast majority of the angler come in with their catch of the day. Fish is the most well known fish gotten and sold here.
4. Mulee’aage Palace
This wonderful provincial style building is situated in the noteworthy focal point of Malé. It is as yet the president’s private home, and is subsequently not open to open.
5. Tsunami Monument
Tsunami Monument is committed to the individuals who lost their lives in the tidal wave caused by the 2004 Indian Ocean seismic tremor. The names of the casualties are engraved on the landmark. This verifiable building will unquestionably transport you back in time.