Adaaran Prestige Vadoo by phaisalphotos
Adaaran Prestige Vadoo Maldives offers water villas with a private spa, plunge pool and a glass-bottomed bathroom lounge with a view of marine life. Free WiFi is provided in the rooms.Villas are equipped with a balcony, LCD TV with DVD player and Chinese TV channels, minibar, home theatre surround system and personal 24-hour butler service with in-room dining. A pillow menu is available. There is an electric kettle. Slippers and dental kit are provided.
Guests of Adaaran Prestige Vadoo can take a dip in the outdoor pool or spa pool or go for an in-room spa treatment. Activities to do include diving, snorkeling, fishing or table tennis.
Facilities include restaurants, bar, and a café. Currency exchange and laundry services are provided. Chinese speaking staff is available for assistance at the property and at the travel desk. Chinese breakfast options are available.
Adaaran Prestige Vadoo is 8 km from Malé International Airport, which is about 15 minutes by speedboat.
This property is also rated for the best value in Male City! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
Male’ is the capital city of the Maldives and the seat of the executive, legislature and judicial branches of the government of the Maldives. Male’ is also the financial and commercial capital of the country. Accordingly major government offices, banks and businesses are based on Male’. Male’ city is one of the most densely populated cities of the world. Administratively neighbouring islands of Villingili and Hulhumale’ are considered as constituencies of Male’ City. Hulhumale’ is an artificially reclaimed island.
The customs and social behavior of the Maldivians have been greatly influenced by the Indians, Sri Lankans, Arabs and North Africans who visited the Maldives while traversing through the trading routes of the central Indian Ocean. The Maldivian culture is rich and vibrant due to the infusion of various other cultural elements. Though Maldives was culturally influenced by other traditions, Maldivians have built and preserved an exclusive cultural identity. Accordingly the Maldivians converse using a language of their own; In 1153 AD Maldivians converted to Islam and the religion has transformed and introduced new fundamentals to the Maldivian culture.
Maldivians are known for being avid craftsmen. The intricate stone carvings found in the Friday Mosque in Male’ is a living example of Maldivian craftsmanship. The mastery and inventiveness of Maldivians can be seen in lacquer works, mat weaving, coir rope making and calligraphy. Traditional dresses and ornaments profess the artistry and creativeness of Maldivian artisans. Such exceptional works can be acquired by visitors as souvenirs.A visit to the Maldives not only guarantees the best vacation of your lifetime, but it also gives you exposure to a great cultural experience.
The national currency of the Maldives is Rufiyaa. Previously MRF and Rf was used as the symbol for Rufiyaa. However, currently the ISO recognised code for Rufiyaa is MVR. One Rufiyaa is subdivided into hundred laaris (cents). Historically the Maldivians used cowry shells as their currency to trade with the outside world. Modern banknotes were first issued in the Maldives on 5thSeptember 1948.