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Editor’s Note In recent years, I have had the tremendous privilege of travelling extensively. I really love the cultural experiences that come with travelling, but most of all I cherish the amazing people that I meet along the way. One question I am often asked by travelers to the Maldives is, what else can I do on my holiday besides their set pre-booked activity. Well, as a Maldivian, I thought I would share a few ideas for your Maldives holiday based on my experience. In this issue, we go through twenty-three things you can do during your trip. I am

sure there would be so many things that you would want to experience over and over. Moving forward, in this issue we dive deep into the Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme which recently got featured in Apple’s #ShotoniPhone campaign. And let’s not forget our friends over at Soneva and their ‘Intelligent Luxury’ tailored experience. We will also talk a little bit about cuisine in this issue, and we will help you plan your dream day. I wish you a pleasant journey ahead and hope to meet you here soon.

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Welcome As you fly over the breathtaking Maldives Islands, let me also welcome you to the 09th issue of FIYA, our in-flight magazine. This is our first issue of the year 2019, hence I would like to wish you all a very adventurous and a successful year ahead. With the anticipated growth in the tourism sector in the year 2019, we will see an increment in the number of tourist arrivals and in the number of resorts and guesthouses. To cater for this growing industry Flyme will be bringing additional aircraft to its fleet. A brand new ATR 72-600 will be available for service in the month of

October 2019 and Flyme will be introducing seaplanes, 4 Twin Otter aircraft by August 2019 with completion of seaplane terminal in Velana International Airport. Along with the planned fleet expansion, we will also be expanding our routes to different parts of the country, further enhancing the services we provide to our valuable passengers. I wish you a pleasant flight and a great holiday in Maldives. For the passengers on the way back home, I wish you a pleasant onward journey, and hope to see you back on board Flyme.

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NATURE STORY WHALE SHARKS OF SOUTH ARI ATOLL

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Whale Sharks OF SOUTH ARI - WHAT ARE THEY DOING THERE?

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Seeing a whale shark, the largest fish in the world, glide over a tropical Maldivian coral reef is a life event that only a fortunate few will ever get to experience. The South Ari atoll region is renowned as being a ‘hot spot’ for this species and one of the few places in the world where you have the chance to see these animals on any day of the year. If you are one of those lucky folk, then the chances are that after the initial excitement of actually being in the water with such a huge animal starts to subside, your wide eye’s will begin to notice details about it and what it is doing.

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The Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme (MWSRP) has been recording whale shark encounters in the South Ari atoll region for over 10 years. Part of the data the MWSRP records is the behavior of the shark. The MWSRP assign each shark to one of five behavioral categories; ‘Cruising’, ‘Evasive’, ‘Inquisitive’ ‘Interacting’ and ‘Feeding’. By recording these details, we are able to compare other factors – either environmental or human influenced – to see what affect they have on a shark. Let’s have a look at each in a bit more detail.

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The second most frequently recorded behavior is ‘Evasive’. This is usually characterized by very short-lived encounters with whale sharks that really don’t want to have any company! Typically sharks exhibiting this kind of behavior are seen at the surface and then begin to dive as soon as a vessel or person approaches them. The shark typically hugs the bottom of the reef and swims – often rapidly – out away from shallow water, following the seabed contours down into the deep. This kind of behavior can also be prompted by people getting too close to a seemingly unresponsive ‘Cruising’ shark and making it uncomfortable. MWSRP believes that these sharks are further along in their re-warming process than ‘Cruising’ sharks.

A firm favorite behavior of both scientists and visitors to the Maldives alike, unfortunately it’s not as commonly observed as we would hope! Believed to be a behavior only exhibited by whale sharks at the peak of their re-warming cycle, sharks which are ‘Inquisitive’ are typically seen right in front of your nose! Often staying at the surface for prolonged periods, these sharks closely approach snorkelers or vessels, sometimes even bumping or rubbing up against them. Quite unnerving for people having their first whale shark encounter, it is you who has to move out of the shark’s way! Vessel Captains have to be very careful when operating around a shark exhibiting this behavior as they will frequently venture near vessel propellers and are liable to injury.

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CRUISING The vast majority of encounters with whale sharks in the South Ari atoll Marine Protected Area are with whale sharks which are ‘Cruising’. Broadly speaking, this behavioral type is defined as “a slow moving shark close to the surface exhibiting no rapid movements, feeding or response to peripheral stimuli”. MWSRP believe that sharks behaving like this are doing so as they are recuperating from feeding dives into deep, cold water nearby. As cold blooded animals they must re-warm their bodies in the warm surface waters before they can increase their activity levels and are therefore at their most vulnerable to predators or collisions with vessels in this state.

One of the best things you can do to mitigate your impact on the shark is to follow the rules on how to act around the shark that your guide will give you. Following these will not only help to prevent stressing the sharks, it will make for a much better experience for you too as the shark is likely to hang around longer!

INTERACTING Another favorite for both the MWSRP researchers and anyone lucky enough to witness it, interacting is where two – or in some magical cases even more – whale sharks meet and interact with each other on the reef. This is very rarely seen, but typically when the sharks first meet they will circle around one another, like enormous puppies! Quite why they do this is a mystery, though theories range from them ‘sizing each other up’, to releasing and smelling some kind of pheromone into the water which passes information about one shark to the other. People who have seen this behavior often ask if it is related to mating, though with 96% of the sharks being male in this area, and all juvenile, this is unlikely unless it is practice for behavior that will be needed later in life. FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

After your encounter, you can also contribute to the understanding of whale sharks in this area by sharing information on the encounter with MWSRP. This can either be done via your tour provider if they are registered with the Big Fish Network platform, or directly via the free iOS mobile app ‘Whale Shark Network Maldives’.

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THIS TYPE OF FEEDING IS KNOWN AS ‘RAM FILTER FEEDING’

FEEDING Feeding whale sharks account for only around 16% of encounter records for whale sharks in the South Ari atoll Marine Protected Area. In other regions of the Maldives when the sharks are drawn to events offering them a chance to opportunistically feed, it is the primary behavior type. Attaining food is one of the major challenges in a whale shark’s life, so they very rarely miss a chance to do so. There are two types of feeding performed by whale sharks, both revolving around the mechanism of ‘filter feeding’. Filter feeding is where small fish and plankton enter the mouth of the sharks along with gallons and gallons of water. The water is then

expelled through the gills and fine filters in the gills extract the tiny animals which are then swallowed by the shark’s en-masse. In ‘suction filter feeding’, the sharks actively suck water and the hapless plankton into their mouth and then force out the water over their gills by powerfully closing their jaws. This is usually reserved for good feeding opportunities. The alternative is ‘ram filter feeding’, where the shark swims along with its mouth wide open. Anything in the path of the shark which cannot actively swim away gets scooped up. Maximum size of an animal a whale shark can eat? About 5 inches. So don’t worry, you’re not on the menu despite their size!

If you are lucky enough to have the chance to swim with the whale sharks in South Ari atoll, do remember that these sharks are probably feeling tired and pretty vulnerable being at the surface with you! The Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme (MWSRP) is a duel UK & Maldivian registered charity that exists to conduct whale shark research and foster community conservation initiatives throughout the Maldives and the Indian Ocean. For more information see our website www.maldiveswhalesharkresearch.org or follow us on Instagram (@m.w.s.r.p), Facebook (www.facebook.com/mwsrp) or Twitter (www.twitter.com/mwsrp). STORY BY MWSRP

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THINGS TO DO IN MALDIVES The true Maldivian experience is to unwind and lose yourself into serenity, and to indulge yourself in being busy with doing nothing. The adventurer at heart knows that it takes a few experiences to unwind and unlearn, to do nothing in creative ways, and to have the best of a Maldivian holiday. We have listed 23 ideas for you to pick from so that you create new memories whilst you disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the world.

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SNORKELING

Snorkeling underwater is always an exhilarating experience, but there are certain locations where it’s even better. Hanifaru Bay in Baa Atoll, which is UNESCO protected, is one such spot. This area is the world’s largest feeding station, one of the few places in the world where whale sharks come to mate from May to December. This is also the place to be if you want to spot the much loved Manta Rays.

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INTERVIEW

Shot on iPhone ‘THE REEF’ DIRECTED BY SVEN DREESBACH IN MALDIVES

“My name is Sven Dreesbach, film maker from Germany residing in Los Angeles, California. My work has taken me to places. I grew up traveling a lot with my family, so I am an explorer of new things for the most part.”

Sven Dreesbach, The Director of ‘The Reef’ shares a little bit of the Maldives experience with the MVHOTELS Media Team. He is also one of the editors & cinematographers of the Apple commissioned movie shot in the Maldives.

What was your Maldives experience like? Was it your first time? First time. I met wonderful people and had a great time, particularly as I was on an exciting mission joining the research team. How much of an advantage would it be to the destination Maldives, to be featured on the Apple’s #ShotoniPhone campaign? I guess Apple’s reach is great for anyone being featured, particularly for the Maldives as a potential travel destination for tourists. I am sure people will be interested finding out more about whale sharks and marine wildlife in the Maldives thanks to Apple.

How was Maldives chosen as a destination for this Apple commissioned video? Apple chose to portrait the MWSRP due to their work in iOS app development Maldives is as we know an amazing destination to create contents? Any specific projects or ideas which you would love to contribute for video production?

Not necessarily above, but rather under water it is where a plethora of wild life welcomes their visitors. The island culture, traditions and history of the Maldive people would be an interesting subject to explore some time as well as the local surf scene, being a surfer myself. Still bummed I didn’t have time to check out the northern atolls, that have a rich surf scene I hear

The South Ari atoll of the Maldives, which i had the pleasure of traveling to, was definitely one of the most unique destinations I ever experienced. Being so remote from the next city, most of the life here happens around the reefs.

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ISLAND HOPPING

Over a thousand islands comprise the beautiful Maldives, and its luxury resorts are only a fraction of the beauty it has to offer. It can be a thrilling experience to go island hopping and get a glimpse of island life – maybe even cover all the islands in an atoll on a multi-day excursion.

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DIVING If you want a bit of adventure on your holiday, why not go diving? You can find some of the best diving sites right here in the Maldives. Some of the more famous locations are found in the southern atolls, such as Maareha Kan’du and Villingili Kan’du. Other unmissable sites include Kuredu Island and Hurawalhi Island Resort in Lhaviyani Atoll. And if you have no prior diving experience, don’t fret! You can choose to take some fun PADI courses like Scuba Diver and Digital Underwater Photographer and expand your skill-set while on holiday. FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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Located in the capital city of Male’, the National museum houses historical treasures from all over the country, ranging from thrones and furniture to coins and traditional attire. Explore artifacts that display expert craftsmanship, such as woven mats, lacquer work and ceremonial dresses. FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

If you’re passionate about marine conservation, consider taking a few weeks to volunteer at the Atoll Marine Centre in Maldives. Get involved in various projects such as sea turtle rehabilitation, coral gardening and reef monitoring. It’s an unmissable opportunity to work with both locals and other international volunteers, making a real difference in helping protect the environment. The program also includes regular snorkeling trips, visits to uninhibited islands and more. Most importantly, at the end of the trip, you get to go home with a sense of fulfillment at having had a uniquely productive holiday! 21


The Cover The-first-of-it’s-kind, in a class all it’s own. Introducing THE MURAKA at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island. A triumph of modern design and technology, this unique two-story, three-bedroom residence is an architectural marvel that sits above and below the surface of the Indian Ocean.

Located 250 meters off the tip of the main island, THE MURAKA’s above ocean welcomes guests with an abundance of natural light and sweeping views across the Indian Ocean. Two bedrooms, bathrooms, integrated living and dining, a relaxation deck with infinity pool that captures the sunrise and an entertaining deck that

faces the sunset complete the above ocean level. Descend below the surface; completely submerged five meters below the waves, THE MURAKA’s undersea level features, living, sleeping and bathroom with 180-degree unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean at every turn.

Muraka means ‘coral’ in the native language of Dhivehi

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A celebration of the Maldives, THE MURAKA will ignite the imagination with adventure to be had, local culture to be explored and soul-enriching discoveries designed with meaning and purpose. THE MURAKA connects global wanderers to the pulse of the Maldives through an inspired experience that quenches curiosity and nourishes the senses. Arrive and transform, and indulge in the adventure that stirs within. THE MURAKA features clean lines and natural tones, which echo throughout the design; devoid of clutter, the architecture and interiors pay homage to simplicity, space, harmony and timelessness. “MURAKA,” meaning coral in the native language of Dhivehi, epitomizes how the residence lives and thrives among the natural landscape of the Indian Ocean. Discover a paradise unlike any other. Go on, dive in.

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Editor’s Pick BEST NEW RESORT OPENINGS

THE NAUTILUS MALDIVES

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A bohemian heaven situated in the middle of Baa Atoll, a UNESCO biosphere reserve, Nautilus Maldives opened in February 2019. The only rule on this luxurious hideaway is that there are no rules. With only 26 beach and ocean houses, privacy is a promise. Guests are encouraged to celebrate their individual spirit; the restaurants are always open with no menus or dress codes.

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A 30-minute scenic ride from the seaplane, you step down to Nautilus to experience absolute freedom, enjoy a laid-back ‘modern bohemian’ lifestyle and escape from the everyday life, truly be yourself, and reconnect with your inner being, with nature and with your families – all in a beautiful Maldivian setting. A stay here isn’t like a stay anywhere else.

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LUX* NORTH MALE’ ATOLL

15 MINUTES BY SEAPLANE Opened in February 2019 on Olhahali, a naturally beautiful island with a rare combination of house-reef and caves, and surrounded by a beautiful beach, LUX* North is a haven for nature lovers seeking unique experiences. The Penthouse paradise island is all about rooftop experiences such as BBQ, cinema, private dining and star gazing while you can relish on culinary escapades at the speciality restaurant INTI. Pamper yourself in nature’s unobstructed tranquillity, go on turtle quests, watch dolphins straight from your villas, take a yacht excursion or escape for a private sandbank picnic, you will go back with your soul recharged.

KUDADOO MALDIVES PRIVATE ISLAND

40 MINUTES BY SEAPLANE If you are looking forward to spend a luxurious, private getaway with your beloved, away from kids, Kudadoo Maldives Private Island is an ideal sanctuary. 40 minutes by seaplane, the island has 13 ocean residences of 300 square metres each and 02 ocean residences of 380 square metres each. Every residence has a large infinity pool, with expansive overwater deck where you can recline and relax. At Kudadoo, loosen up, and step away from reality to enjoy “anytime, anything, anywhere”. Stay connected with your butler on WhatsApp at all times and get the best out of your all-inclusive holiday. Yes, ALLINCLUSIVE!! FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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LOCAL MARKET, MALE’

The local market in Male’ is a vibrant, bustling shopping destination where you can find fresh tropical fruits and homemade delicacies. Some good picks include bottled carrot pickles and Addu bon’di – an authentic traditional sweet made from coconut.

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SEA OF STARS, VAADHOO

The island of Vaadhoo is most famously known for its glowing shores at night, occurring due to a fascinating phenomenon known as bioluminescence. It’s quite a sight, and one you wouldn’t want to miss! FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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UNDERWATER DINING At H20, You & Me Maldives, you get the chance to have a dinner experience unlike any other – underwater! The resort is home to one of the largest underwater restaurant where you can enjoy an intimate romantic dinner, surrounded by the deep blue sea and schools of vibrant tropical fish. 26


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VISIT A SANDBANK

A private picnic at a sandbank is a surreal experience. Sit back and relax as you snack on local snacks or gourmet food – whatever your heart desires. Disconnect from the hustle and bustle of life as you sink your toes into the brilliant white sand, and gaze at the vast stretch of greens and blues all around you.

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EXPLORING UNINHABITED ISLANDS

While uninhabited islands might give you the idea that it is scary and dangerous to visit, these Maldivian islands are formed in such a way that their beauty makes the remoteness of the place fade away. With a perfect weather to spend an entire day outdoors, if you want to fully experience nature’s beauty, taking a stroll from one end of the island to the other would most certainly not fail you. The picturesque view of the coconut palm trees and the endless clear sky would look perfect just as a postcard picture and the many white terns flying beneath the sky, singing songs is the icing on the cake. And if you manage to stay on the island long enough, the sunsets are truly to die for.

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WATER VILLAS

The massive water villas in Maldives are crafted with care and beautifully designed consistently achieving their purpose of making you feel like you have stepped into a different world. From lounging on a hammock letting the gentle breeze and warm sunshine lull you to sleep or atop a private sun deck, in a water villa to exquisite meals in underwater or over-water restaurants it’s got everything to make you feel heights of fancy and pampered. FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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Maldives first and only UNESCO world Biosphere reserve, is a sanctuary for variety of marine life. The island is surrounded by “Hanifaru Bay” and “Dharavandhoo Thila”, which is famous amongst the divers for its Manta rays and whale sharks spotting. Surrounded famous branded resorts and top luxurious properties known around the globe, it’s the top tourist destination of the Maldives.

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Nature at its purest is truly the ultimate luxury, but state-of-the art comfort and luxury amidst abundant nature paired with a tailored holiday experience is what Soneva calls “Intelligent Luxury”. Be it in Maldives or elsewhere, Soneva ensures that your stay is unique from each other, and a lifetime treasure.

Soneva BRINGING YOU THE RARE LIFE

EXPERIENCING SONEVA FUSHI Located on the island of Kunfunadhoo, Baa Atoll, Soneva Fushi Luxury Beach Resort is the original desert island hideaway in the Maldives. A Scenic 30-40-minute seaplane ride from Velana International Airport takes you to Soneva Fushi where slow life begins. If you wish to explore more and have time for extra adventure, there is also an alternative route to Soneva Fushi via domestic flight to Dharavandhoo Airport, followed by a 15-minute speedboat ride to the resort. Pamper yourself in Soneva Fushi’s Private Reserve, its incredible beach mansion, perfect for a family holiday. It houses 9 lavish bedrooms, a private pool with a water slide, private gym, spa and sauna. Cocoon yourself within the lush greenery of Fushi situated in the middle of Baa Atoll’s FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

Biosphere Reserve. When the sun begins to set, hop on the boat to experience the ever so famous Astronomical Dinner Cruise. A four-course meal paired with drinks of your choice, and you will sail away in to the wonders of nature while the resident Astronomer guides you and reads for you the stories of the night sky. At dawn, sail away to the private sandbank, for a sunrise breakfast prepared especially for you, as you watch the first rays of sunlight break through the horizon. Sunrises are always a soul soothing sight, but watching one on a sandbank, surrounded by the glimmering turquoise water and with nothing to disturb you is unmatchable.

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EXPERIENCING SONEVA JANI At Soneva Jani, leave behind your worries and seamlessly transition into the slow, island life that you deserve. A 45-minute seaplane flight from Velana International Airport takes you the resort, located on Medhufaru Island in Noonu Atoll. You may also choose to take a cruise from Soneva Fushi, aboard Soneva in Aqua. We all have dreamt of living on a private island, with a sugar-white sandy beach, surrounded by sparkling blue waters. Let your dream come true as you will be escorted to your own Robinson Crusoe island with a picnic basket, snorkeling gear, sun-beds and umbrella, where you get to spend the day as you wish. Bask in the sunshine or go for a swim in the refreshing turquoise lagoon, relish the peace and tranquility of your very own private island for as long as you like.

Be it Soneva Jani or Soneva Fushi, enjoy the luxury of feeling sand between your toes, and peace in your soul. A bespoke experience that you would wish to come back for is what both Fushi and Jani promise. If lounging by the sea, under the starry sky and watching your choice of classical or inspirational movie playing on a wide screen perched in the sea sounds like your kind of cinema experience, Soneva Jani is the place. Enjoy some popcorn and prosecco while lounging on the over the sea recliners in your private cinema, and let dinner come to you if that is what you wish.

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Explore the vivid marine life thriving in the Medhufaru lagoon reef, guided by the resident marine biologist. Snorkel through the vast stretches of underwater wonders, looking out for vibrant fishes of all shapes and sizes. If you’re lucky, you might run into the most beloved inhabitants of the reef – manta rays. Mix fun with learning, as the marine biologist explains to you the captivating creatures you encounter. Cooking is the last thing you want to do while enjoying the slow life in private luxury but a cooking class at Gathering’s open kitchen and learning to cook your favorite dish means you get to take a piece of your luxurious gastronomic experience with you. Let the chefs guide you through the ingredients and preparations, and sit and enjoy your own made meal. You will cherish recreating your culinary delight back home, long after you have left Jani.

Make sure that you go on Noonu Atoll Adventure by speedboat before you wrap up. A visit to the island of Magoodhoo to immerse yourself in to their peaceful village life amidst Banyan trees and a delightful local lunch from the island of Kudafari and you have experienced the Maldives beyond its luxury. After your lunch, you will be whisked away for a one-of-a-kind snorkeling experience in one of the most beautiful reefs in the area.

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SURFING

With over 1190 islands, Maldives has endless surf breaks with some of them being the best the planet has to offer. With amazingly consistent swell throughout the year you can find waves suited for beginners and pros alike. Waves reaching shoulder-to-head high provide amazing barrels and long waves, and with all the surf breaks around it wouldn’t be a surprise to get a few sessions just for yourself. Surfers have the opportunity to surf one of the most well known breaks from Male’ city, Varunulaa Raalhugandu offers great waves almost all year around. There are many other breaks such as chickens, cokes, honkys, etc and the list goes on. One of the best ways to hit as many surf breaks would be to charter a liveaboard.

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LOCAL CUISINE Enjoy a leisurely lunch of local food or dhivehi keun with garudhiya, a fragrant fish broth served with rice, lime, chillies and rihaakuru (thick spicy fish paste). Choose from fish prepared in a multitude of ways; fihunu mas (barbecued fish) or thellimas (fried fish) or smoked tuna and an array of side dishes, or choose everything and witness the magic of marriage between all the flavors! A breakfast to write home about of mashuni (tuna with grated coconut, chillies onion and lemon) and roshi (Maldivian flat bread) with a view of the ocean and the morning sun is as local as it gets. Finish off with a steaming cup of kalhu sai (black tea) the preferred beverage of locals. Munch on fried breadfruit, yams, cassava and the many varieties of short eats to chose from for an evening snack that will satisfy your tastebuds and your tummy. 34


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Interview From working as a dental nurse, she found her true calling as a cabin crew. Currently the Deputy Chief Cabin Crew at Flyme, Nasha is so profoundly passionate about her job, she has maintained a 100% attendance record. She is a confident woman who handles the everyday challenges of the job gracefully, and looks forward to bigger opportunities and challenges in her field.

What got you interested in the field, and how was your initial experience in the industry? I love traveling and that is what actually brought me to this industry. I love cultures, inquiring and learning about various cultures, talking to people. So, when a cabin crew training course was announced, I jumped in to the opportunity did the course work here in Male’ and a month’s practical training in Sri Lanka. Getting the job was fairly easy as I got selected both for Flyme’s and Maldivian’s Crew. But the initial days of working as a cabin crew were challenging. Dealing with passengers of different moods, nature and very unruly passengers was tough. There were times I even cried, but over the years I have gained confidence and know what to expect.

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How long have you been in this industry and how did you come to join Flyme? Earlier I was working as a dental nurse, I actually worked in the field for 4 years before doing the cabin crew training. When the announcement was made, I applied because it felt right. When I finished my training, I applied to both Flyme and Maldivian, but I got the offer from Flyme first and I immediately accepted it. Subsequently, in fact next week, I got the offer letter from Maldivian as well, but chose to continue with Flyme. I have been here for the past 6 years starting from junior level to this position.

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How would you describe your everyday experience as a cabin crew and how has the company supported you to grow within your career? Flyme has a very supportive management. If you are hardworking, you can be assured that they would do everything they can to retain that staff. Over the years that I have worked here, they have not just provided me training opportunities such as cabin safety inspection course, certified cabin crew facilitator course, but have mentored me and also supported through challenging times during early days of the career. They have always been very appreciative of me and that keeps me motivated. I am currently the only in-house trainer in the company, and its Flyme that gave me this opportunity. What are the challenges in the industry for women, especially doing such a demanding job that requires you to be constantly traveling? We have to sort of be on standby even if it is not our duty. Sometimes if a scheduled crew member calls in sick, one of the other crews will fill in. I have never in my career called in sick, and always filled in when being asked. And filling in for another crew means that one’s own schedule is also disrupted. That is one challenge even though I enjoy what I do. Other than that, I have never faced any difficulty while working in Flyme.

What advice would you give to young girls who wish to build a long-term career in this company, especially as a cabin crew?

If you were to describe Maldives to an outsider, and recommend things to do in Maldives, what would that be?

I have started my career as a junior cabin crew and now am the deputy chief cabin crew in Flyme. I would just say that if you are truly passionate about a career in this industry, especially as a cabin crew, work hard to prove your worth and the rest will follow suit. You will get the support and encouragement from Flyme’s management constantly and consistently.

During layovers Flyme’s crew members are often accommodated in Villa Group’s hotels and resorts. Our most frequent flying destination is Maamigili and we always stay in the nearby Holiday Island Resort. So, when you ask that, what floats on my mind is a trip to Holiday Island Resort and Island Hopping in Maamigli.

What is the most unforgettable experience of your career? One of the experiences with a very unruly passenger is particularly memorable. The passenger was on transit and he wanted a smoke break. But the policy is that transit passengers do not get out of the plane during the 20 minutes that passengers disembark and board the plane. And moreover, smoking area is outside the terminal. I had to physically restrict him from getting out of the plane and also inform the captain. The passenger used abusive language too.

Maamigili is a developing island. So, there you get to see both the rural lifestyle alongside the industrial developments that are taking place and I find that fascinating.

There are many such incidents and I have learned to handle them.

STORY BY AISHATH NASEEM

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DOLPHIN SPOTTING

The glistening blue seas of Maldives are one of the most renowned places for dolphin spotting, probably the most popular excursion among visitors. A particularly notable location is the Muli Channel in Meemu Atoll which gives a success rate of 85%, all year round. Go for a cruise or a boat trip and see these magnificent creatures put on a show diving under the boat or dipping in and out of the water . These intelligent and beautiful mammals are super friendly interacting with humans and you can’t help but be captivated by them. You might even be able to see them leaping out of the water and riding the waves in sync, while you sit comfortably at end of a jetty with a drink in hand while the sun goes down. This will absolutely be one of those enthralling sights you would want to cherish forever.

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CANDLE-LIT DINNERS BY THE BEACH

Picture this, under the vast night sky by the shore, illuminated by candles and the setting sun, you are dining on gourmet food with your loved ones. Here in Maldives, you can make this a reality! Opt for the border-less dining concept at Dusit Thani Maldives and you can have a unique dining experience at various locations with a specially handpicked menu every night.

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CRUISE

There are hundreds of islands in the paradise that is Maldives, and what better way to explore them than by voyaging on a luxury cruise? Lounge all day, sip drinks and let your skin breath the fresh sea breezes as the cruise gently sails through the waves. If you are in for the thrills, dive in to the ocean with snorkeling gear, do a power swim or enjoy some fishing at stops, there is unlimited ways to unwind and let time fly. FIYA ¡ PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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The Maldives is known for its tropical islands scattered across the Indian Ocean like the magnificent pearls they are. Each island with its own powdery sandy beach, surrounded by clear blue waters is unique in its custom and culture. We take pride in having our own language with several dialects, a unique script, a rich history, and also some unique as well as localized, delectable culinary treats. Some noteworthy dishes include mas huni mouth-watering mix of tuna, onions, coconut and chilies; rihaakuru - a thick tuna-based fish paste, scrumptious curries known as riha, and the famed short-eats such as gulha and masroshi. FIYA ¡ PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

Traditional Maldivian cuisine, known locally as Dhivehi keun, is based on the staples of fresh, locally caught fish, coconut and starches such as breadfruit, taro or sweet potatoes. When in Maldives, you can not only feast on local cuisine, but also get to experience the best dishes from all over the world, be they Thai, Italian or Indian food. Never miss out on your favorite dish as we have listed for you 4 of some of the most notable restaurants where you can be sure to find the finest of local and international cuisine.

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A gourmet experience in the heart of Maldives! THE SEA HOUSE MALDIVES, MALE’ Overlooking the sea, The Sea House offers both open air and indoor dining. During the day, the interiors are bathed in the sunlight streaming through their massive windows, and towards evening, you can get a lovely view of the setting sun as you enjoy the warm sea breeze. If you are a seafood lover, do try their savory Tom Yum soup, and seafood platter where you will be presented with an array of the scrumptious fried jumbo prawns, grilled tuna, calamari, served with French fries and a garden-fresh salad. A buffet breakfast at Sea House itself is a mini vacation where you get to enjoy from multiple cuisines while scheduling and planning your day ahead.

COUNTER GLOW RESTAURANT, UNIMA GRAND, MALE’ Located at the very top of the 11 story Unima Grand Hotel, the Counter Glow Restaurant gives you a gorgeous view of bumbling, bustling city of Male’ while overlooking the bridge. Even better, is the exquisite food to complement the scenery. If you would like a taste of Dhivehi keun, you can’t go wrong with their signature farumas riha, which is a flavorful, savory curry of fresh reef fish, served with steamed rice. Or if you are perhaps in the mood for some Italian, try the spaghetti bolognese – the thick, rich beef-based sauce will leave you wanting more.

CITRON BY LEMONGRASS, MALE’ Picture this; an early morning breakfast of the most delightful treats, with a spectacular view of the glistening ocean. This is exactly what is offered at Citron, where you can choose to have either a continental breakfast or a more traditional Maldivian one, or both, from the buffet. We recommend the mas huni of smoked tuna and kulhimas, which is a spicy saute’ of tuna, fragrant onions and tangy spices; best eaten with roshi (Maldivian flat bread). Aside from these local delicacies, you can also nibble on the usual bread and butter, crispy waffles and golden pancakes. FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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BREAD MATTERS GREEN, HULHUMALE’ At Bread Matters Green, the wide assortment of options available for breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets ensures that you get to try as many delicious, and varied dishes as possible. A must-try dish is the flavorsome, grilled whitefish streak. The ambiance is quite charming as the restaurant is rather airy, and adorned with lush greenery. It’s the perfect place to be if you’re looking for a good hearty meal, or just sip on an espresso.

Whether in Male’ or Hulhumale’, a spot where you can enjoy a hearty meal and some tranquility resets you soul before you go on to experience the diverse life in the two cities.

Gourmet event hosted by Cocoon Maldives with Italian Chef Paolo Pettenuzzo

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Most famous and well known for its dive spots across the chain of atolls in the Maldives. The one famous for all travelers visiting is the “Maamingili Beyru” where you get unique experience of diving with whale sharks throughout the year. Surrounded with multiple high-end resorts and properties for budget travelers, this destination becomes a heaven for the Vitamin-sea lovers. FLYME OPERATES SEVEN TIMES DAILY FROM MALE’ TO MAAMIGILI

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Dream Wedding IN THE MALDIVES

Couples from across the world flock to the Maldives each year in search of a romantic wedding in idyllic surroundings. Sasha Arms finds out more about how it works. One thing is certain if you have aspirations of a dream wedding in the Maldives. It’s very difficult to be disappointed. A string of more than 1,000 islands in the Indian Ocean, each with a white sandy beach and clear waters more stunning than the one before? It’s the stuff dreams are made of. World-famous for having a cluster of luxury resorts, there’s also an array of dream accommodation on offer to match up to the postcard-perfect surroundings.

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“I had the dream wedding I longed for” One bride from Hong Kong planned her wedding in the Maldives: “It’s difficult to pick one hotel in the Maldives as you have many great options”. After choosing a hotel, she was pleasantly surprised when she arrived. “Although I had seen pictures from the hotel’s website, the real setting turned out to be amazing. I had never expected them to use so many flowers.. With crystal blue water, white sand, a floral decorated arch and beloved music… [I had] the dream wedding I longed for”

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Dusit Thani Maldives is a popular choice for couples looking for a special wedding. Found on Mudhdhooo Island on Baa Atoll, the resort is 35 minutes from Male’ by Seaplane. Encircled by white sandy beaches, a stunning 360 degree living house reef and a turquoise lagoon, the resort comprises 94 luxury villas set on stilts overlooking the ocean, five restaurants and bars, Devarana Spa, and Baan Sanook Kids Club. Spa treatments can be taken in elevated pods amid the coconut palms, while sea life fans can swim out to the reef or snorkel with turtles. It’s a fantasy castaway holiday spot even before the wedding takes place. As soon as a couple decides they want their wedding at Dusit Thani Maldives, they’ll be in touch with a wedding planner from the resort to plan the dream day. Some would worry it’s difficult to know what you want from afar, but Dusit Thani Maldives’s management knows what works well and they offer genuine advice on how the day could best run. In fact, it’s a relatively painfree way to have a wedding ceremony and puts the bulk of the planning on someone else’s shoulders.

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The white sandy beach is a favorite choice of location for the ceremony, but couples also choose the over-water deck or the treetop deck amid the palm trees. There can be traditional Maldivian boduberu drumming and blessing rituals, a Maldivian sand pouring ceremony and any other personal touches the couple wants. The team at Dusit Thani Maldives believes every ceremony the resort hosts is individual, but one of the most memorable is the renewal of vows ceremony at the resort’s Yoga Pavillion. After a romantic beach barbecue or restaurant meal in the evening after the wedding, couples are treated to an aromatherapy oil bath, as well as a private in-villa champagne breakfast and a couples massage the next day. There’s also an option to hire a private dhoni – a traditional Maldivian boat – for the couple to go to the sandbank on the wedding day.

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While the weather usually behaves itself in the Maldives, especially between December and April, Dusit Thani Maldives also has alternative undercover indoor options stand-by for the ceremony, just in case the elements don’t play ball. It’s worth pointing out that wedding in the Maldives aren’t legally binding as nonMaldivians cannot legally marry there. Nevertheless, this doesn’t stop people from planning their dream wedding on the islands. They get married at home legally first before having what they see as the ‘proper’ wedding in a luxurious Maldivian playground, complete with the romantic ceremony, enchanting photos and exclusive honeymoon. One anniversary celebrant, who traveled with his wife from Singapore to Dusit Thani Maldives to mark their wedding anniversary, didn’t regret his decision to splash out for the special occasion. “On the anniversary day itself… we had some of the best diving and snorkeling experiences… before heading off to a sandbank for a champagne sunset..”

“Our butler, came with us and created the most romantic setting on the beach, serving us with a constant flow of champagne. We were then whisked off into the sunset ready for our private beach barbecue. I really cannot capture in words all the little elements that make this island so special; small things like eery staff member knowing our names and remembering what we had done the day before… This really is a special location.”

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Truly unique as the only one island atoll in the Maldives, Fuvahmulah has many other distinctive and interesting features as well. It is most famous for its Thundi with shimmering pebble like sand, making it both beautiful and unmatched to any other beach in Maldives, and its reef drop-off being extremely close to the shore, creating strong currents and waves. Moreover, “Kattelhi” (snake mackerel) and “Valikukulhu” (moorhen) are native only to Fuvahmulah in the country, making it an exotic island. FLYME OPERATES ONCE DAILY FROM MALE’ TO FUVAHMULAH

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RASRANI BAGEECHA

Located on the grounds where a 16th century Royal Palace once stood, Rasrani Bageecha is one of the few green lungs in the concrete jungle that is Male’ city. If you want a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, this is the place to be. Here you can find an interesting mix of greenery, playgrounds for kids, a winter park, exquisite lighting and a mesmerizing dancing fountain – there’s something for everyone!

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PHOTOGRAPHY Maldives is one of the most photogenic locations in the world, and you’d be missing out if you didn’t have your own photo-shoot. There is no shortage of local talent, so why not take the opportunity to capture those precious memories, be it an underwater shoot, by the beach or even a destination wedding shoot! Not only will you be going back home with priceless experiences, you’ll also have stunning photos to prove it! FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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A LONG BRIDGE RIDE

The Sinamale’ bridge is the country’s first and only cross-sea bridge, which opened at the end of just last year. It connects the capital city of Male’ to Hulhule’ and Hulhumale’. Go for a ride on the bridge and take in the spectacular scenery of the vast blue ocean on either side. If the timing is right, you might even spot an aeroplane flying just overhead as it descends to land at the airport in Hulhule’! It’s quite a sight – and sound, and will certainly leave you in awe.

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WATER SPORTS

When most of the country is the ocean, it comes as no surprise that Maldives is big on water sports. Whether you’re keen to explore the depths of the ocean, or prefer to stay on the surface, you’ll find something to suit your tastes. If you prefer a more relaxing activity, take a glass bottom canoe across the clear blue sea, and marvel at the colorful marine life swimming below you. Or if you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, there’s so much to choose from: wind-surfing, catamaran sailing, jet skiing and more! FIYA · PUBLISHED BY MVHOTELS

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FRESHWATER LAKES AND WETLANDS

SOUVENIRS AND BRANDED SHOPPING

A rarity in Maldives, freshwater lakes and wetlands surrounded by mangroves are a sight to behold. Bandaara Kilhi in Fuvahmulah is the largest freshwater reserve in the country, and is home to diverse plant and animal life, including the common moorhen, which can only be found here in the entire country. There is also the Addu Nature Park which encompasses the Eydhigali Kilhi and Koattey regions, known for their unique biodiversity and impressive lush greenery. You can find a variety of sea birds all year-round, such as the eastern Grey heron, endemic Maldivian pond heron and the beloved white tern. For a truly immerse experience, go kayaking across the lake as you birdwatch.

If you’re looking to do some shopping, Male’ is the place to be. From local goodies and souvenirs to high-end branded products, you can find them all here. Majeedhee Magu is lined with shops selling clothing, accessories, electronic goods and everything in between. If luxury beauty products are more your style, head over to Le Cute for high-end perfumes and cosmetics. Stop by at Island Bazaar and Oevaali Art Shop or browse through the shops on Chaandhanee Magu for unique handmade crafts by local artisans.

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MALE’ CITY TOUR

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Male’ is the most populous island in the country, with almost one third of the population concentrated here. So, it goes without saying that there are plenty of interesting sights to see. So, take a guided tour to see the Hukuru Miskiy (Friday Mosque) and The Grand Friday Mosque – both marvels of Maldivian architecture and design. Stop by at the Artificial Beach and Rasfannu Beach for your daily dose of sun, sea and sand. Head over to the fish market and local market where you can get to experience first-hand, Maldivian culture. Here you can find the day’s catch – fresh tuna, octopus, reef fish and more. Other popular tourist hot-spots include the President’s office, the Republic Square and Muliaage – the official residence of the President of Maldives.

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