Maldives

Hulhumalé

Maldives

Hulhumalé

Maldives is a small island that lies southwest of Sri Lanka and India.

It is best-known for being one of the luxury tropical holiday destinations in the Indian Ocean with crystal clear waters, tall palm trees and sandy white beaches.

Hulhumalé is a district of Malé, the capital of Maldives. In 2004, this artificial island was reclaimed to meet the demands of the Malé region, which required the establishment of new land mass for future commercial, industrial and housing developments.

Since tourism accounts for 28% of the GDP, only 189 of close to 1200 islands which form part of Maldives are home to its inhabitants. Other islands are used mainly for tourism and agriculture, contributing entirely to the economic growth.

Luxury hotels and resorts are the most prominent projects which RLB has completed on this island, such as the Constance Halaveli.

Address

Palm House Building, Nirolhu Magu 18 Goalhi, Hulhumalé, Maldives

Local time

15:59:57