The Maldives is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean in Southern Asia, consisting of 1,192 coral islands, of which 200 are inhabitant and 80 are tourist resorts. It is one of the world’s most geographically dispersed sovereign states and the smallest Asian country by population and land area. Its capital and most populated city is Malé. The Maldives is the world’s lowest country, with even its highest point being the lowest point in the world. It is a founding member of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), and a member of the United Nations, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and the Non Aligned Movement.
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The Maldives – or Republic of Maldives – is a nation in the Indian Ocean. Its capital is Malé. It is a chain of 26 atolls, and is therefore one of the most geographically dispersed sovereign states. It is located on the top of an underwater mountain range. It inherited a treasure of folklore and ancient mythology, which were orally passed through generations.
Malé: The capital and largest city of the Maldives. Surely visit the Friday Mosque, the Republic Square, the Islamic Centre, the Maldives National Defense Force HQ, the Sultan Park and National Museum, and the Hulhumale Island.
Addu City: The second-largest city and short-lived home of the Suvadive secessionist movement, located on the southernmost atoll of the Maldives. Visit the Commonwealth War Grave, the Gan Sunset Bridge, the Gan Equatorial Convention Centre, and Hithadhoo.
The Maldives has two international airports: Malé and Gan International Airport. A flight from London is possible to both with a stop and takes about 14 hours.