Maldives

Your Maldivian dreams are about to come true at The Standard’s first island escape opening Fall 2019. A short sea plane ride away from Male, our oasis will offer a unique blend of relaxation and social life, perfect for a romantic escape or a getaway with everyone you know. Whether an overwater villa floating in our lagoon or settled on a pristine sandy beach front, each of our 115 villas will feature their own private lounge deck and plunge pool. You will fill your days snorkeling our naturally protected house reef or dive deep on boat excursion through the local waters. Physical activity not your thing? Relax in our indoor hydrotherapy oasis, The Standard Spa, complete with a communal hammam, aroma steam room, daily yoga and nine private treatment rooms to leave your body refreshed. No Standard stay is ever complete without a night to remember; so whether dancing to tribal beats at a beach bonfire or at our glass bottom, overwater nightclub, the only thing that will end the fun is the sunrise.

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8 Facts About the Maldives

Maldives

The Maldives is known to many as paradise on earth with its Instagrammable, turquoise beaches, its diverse and colorful marine life, and weather that's always just right. But most famously, the country is probably known for being rumored to disappear within the next 10 years due to climate change. But how much more do you know about the country that holds a population of less than 500,000? Did you know that the country consists 1,192 coral islands grouped in a double chain of 26 atolls, along the north-south direction, spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometers (35,000 sq mi), making this one of the world's most dispersed countries? Or did you know that the official language is Divehi, which is an Indo-Aryan language? We have gathered 8 facts that should be known before visiting the beautiful country just south of India. 

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