The stunning island city of Malé can be found in the Laccadive Sea of the northern Indian Ocean and is a part of the Maldive Islands, which is a nation that reaches both north and south from India’s Lakshadweep Islands near the Chagos Archipelago. The country is comprised of more than 1,100 small islands, making Malé an excellent base from which seafaring travelers can explore the entire region by sea.


The harbor here is also the main commercial port for the entire country, and the area is heavily urbanized but still strikingly beautiful. This ancient fishing village has now become a popular destination for maritime travelers from around the globe, thanks to its excellent climate, fantastic shopping and cultural richness. In addition, be sure to visit the open air markets while visiting Malé, as the fruits, vegetables and meats here are as fresh as it gets.

Geographical :
Indian Ocean
Maldives Archipelago
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