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A popular holiday destination, Maldives attracts a large number of tourists all through the year with its beautiful beaches, sight seeing options and amazing natural beauty. A brief idea or information on Maldives Facts will enable one to get acquainted with country in a much better manner.

The country is located in the Indian Ocean, south of India. It is an island country consisting of around 1200 coral islands. Only 200 islands out of the 1200 are inhabited. The islands are known for their beaches and exotic marine life.

The highest point in Maldives is on the Wilingili Islands in the Addu Atoll. One can find different kinds of fishes in the waters surrounding the islands. Some of the popular varieties of fishes that one can find include batfish, black-spotted pullerfish, blue-stripped snappers, trumpet fish and others. Breadfruit is the main fruit, which is eaten over here. One can find numerous coconut and palm trees in this country. The capital of the county is Male. It is a town filled with huge buildings and numerous skyscrapers. One can also find a large number of shops over here. The paved streets of the island are lined with numerous palm trees that offer a picturesque sight. The various attractions that one can find over here include The Islamic Center, Huskuru Miskyii and the National Museum.

The currency of the country is Rufiyaa and Laaree. Most hotels and resorts accept payments by cash, traveler's cheque and credit cards. Commonly accepted credit cards include American Express, Visa, Master Card, Diners Club and Euro Card. Fishing and tourism are the major industries of the country's economy. Agriculture also makes valuable contributions to the country's economy. The country grows coconut and sweet potatoes and exports fish.

The language of the country is Dhivehi. People however also speak English. Islam is the official religion of the country is Islam. Maldives has a warm and humid weather with temperatures ranging from 29 to 32 degree Celsius. The sun shines over here practically all through the year. Because of this reason, light clothing is preferred over here. Women are however expected to wear decent clothing.

Entry to Maldives is not difficult. No visa is required. A very important fact about Maldives is that the country was severely affected by the Tsunami on 26th December 2004. More than a hundred people were killed and many lost their homes also in this natural calamity.

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