Monthly Archives: November 2012
The national tree of the Maldives, Coconut Palm is a tree with a universal presence on nearly every Maldivian island while being a main feature of our ecosystem. Considered as the most important plant on the tiny islands of the … Continue reading
Every Sunday, the Siam Garden gets busy in the evening, and it is not surprising, given that a sumptuous banquet is laid out with freshly prepared authentic Thai food, perfect to tantalise your taste buds. The buffet is titled “Discover … Continue reading
The Whale Shark or the Rhincodon Typus is the largest living fish species that grows up to a gigantic size of 12 metres, easily recognised by its two-tone pattern of light spots and lines on a dark back. Albeit its … Continue reading
2012 has been a vibrant year at Kuramathi with lots of exciting events taking place. From the enticing marine life presentations at the Eco Centre to the remarkable images of the underwater photography contest, to Earth Week and Halloween, the … Continue reading
Guests who have stayed with us have shared some of their valuable memories with us on Facebook and, we would like to share some of these magnificent captures with you! Happy viewing!