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The year 2020 began with hope and positive expectations for Maldivian tourism industry, achieving a monthly growth rate of 14% in international tourist arrival for the month of January compared to January...
Main Photo: Dr Ibrahim Umar Maniku (far right) with senior members of his team at The Nautilus. With the passing of Dr Ibrahim Umar Maniku, on 25 November 2020, Maldives has lost one of its favourite sons. Dr,...
Following article was initially published as a LinkedIn post by the author. Reproduced here with kind permission. Re-opening a resort in the Maldives after four months of lockdown has not been without some serious challenges.

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Noise is by far the most common complaint you will hear from hotel guests. This is especially prevalent with city hotels, and less so with beach resorts. However, it is not that outlandish to receive a complaint...
Self-isolations, quarantines and national lockdowns; the COVID-19 global pandemic has changed the way we live, work and function as a society. Accounting for over two million deaths and huge economic upheavals across the globe, this health and...
A great slogan but what does it mean and why do you need it? The “why” is easy – COVID-19, the global pandemic which has disrupted life as we know it has hit everyone...

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