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  • A unique, personalised local Maldives experience
  • One weekly sunset cruise per guest
  • Daily Afternoon Tea from 4pm to 5pm
  • Invitations to VIP events held during guest's stay
  • A bottle of Champagne
  • A 50-min spa treatment per guest (from 9am to 1pm)
  • A signature Night Cap experience at 1OAK Lounge after 9 pm
  • Five laundry items per guest per day
  • Private in-villa check in  
  • Coral Membership of Maldives Aficionado  
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?Where is the Maldives

The Maldives  is a group of 1,200 coral islands that are located in the Indian Ocean to the South and Southwest of India and Sri Lanka, respectively. It is about four hours' flying time from Singapore in the east and five hours' flying time from the Gulf region tn the west. 

?How do I get to the Maldives

The best way to travel to the Maldives is by air. A number of scheduled and charter flights operate to the Maldives. 

?Do I need a visa to enter Maldives

No, you do not need a visa prior to entering the Maldives. All travellers are given a 30-day visa upon arrival. To receive this, each traveller must present a passport (valid for at least six months), and a valid return air ticket to a destination where the passenger has permission to enter together with any visa required for that destination.

?What is the weather like in Maldives 

Being located on the equator, the Maldives has a hot tropical climate, with plenty of sunshine and a high level of humidity. The temperature fluctuates between 24C to 30C. Maldives has two monsoons, the northeast monsoon occurring from November to April and is the dry and sunny season, while southwest monsoon from May to October is the rainy season. Having said this, it is possible to get a number of sunny days even during the rainy season, since Maldivian rain spells last mostly around three to four days followed by a sunny period.

?What is the best time to visit Maldives

The Maldives are lovely all year around but high season tends to be during November to April when there are clear skies and it is dry. The visibility for diving is also high during this period. However for surfers it is the opposite, since the southwest monsoon brings the best waves, with the largest waves occurring in July and August. Please note that in Baa Atoll surfing is not very common.

? How long does it take to get to Amilla from Mal&eacute

It takes just 30 minutes by seaplane or 20 minutes by domestic flight to Dharavandhoo airport, then a short 10-minute speed boat ride to arrive at your island home.

?What currency is used on the islands

The local currency is the Maldivian Rufiyaa. We accept US Dollars cash and all major credit cards.

?What is the Time Zone

Amilla Fushi is seven hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time [GMT +7] and two hours ahead of Malé time, providing an extra two hours of daylight so guests can get the most out of every day.

?What languages are spoken at Amilla

The official languages spoken at Amilla Fushi are Dhivehi and English. However we have multi-lingual staff working here as well.

?Can I take photographs, video and drone footage

Due to privacy laws, it is prohibited to bring unmanned aerial systems or drones to the Island. Drones can be left with TSMIC airport lounge and collected on departure. Photography and video is allowed for personal use.

?Is there a soccer pitch

Yes. Amilla Fushi has a soccer pitch for guests to play football. We often hold tournaments here too.

?Is there Wifi available

Yes. There is complimentary Guest wifi coverage available in all of our outlets and homes.

?Do you provide a laundry service

Yes, we offer five pieces of complimentary laundry per person per day and paid laundry services are available throughout your stay. Please place your laundry into the bag provided in your room together with the completed form and your room attendant will collect it. For an express service, kindly dial housekeeping or alternatively inform your katheeb. Please note that we do not provide dry cleaning services.

?Do you provide room service

Yes, we provide home delivery 24/7.

?Do you cater for special dietary requirements

Yes. On arrival, please discuss any dietary requirements or allergies you may have with your katheeb. Our chefs can then prepare a menu based on your requirements.

?Can I smoke anywhere in the resort

You may smoke outside in designated areas but please note that all our homes are non-smoking.

?Can I drink the tap water

The water from the taps is desalinated seawater and is perfectly safe for brushing your teeth. The water in the restaurant or bars is further filtered and ozone-treated and very safe to drink.

?Can I fish on the house reef

Please note there is no fishing allowed on the house reef. For fishing excursions, please contact your katheeb or visit HUB. We also have a no fish- or shark-feeding policy.

?Can I swim anywhere around the resort

We would advise guests not to swim in front of their lagoon or ocean reef villa when the sea is very rough as there may be a strong current. Please note that the maximum depth of the main swimming pool is 1.6 metres; diving is prohibited and children must be supervised at all times. Pool opening hours are 8:30am to 8:30pm.

?Can I play tennis at Amilla

Yes, we have two flood lit tennis courts where guests can enjoy tennis games, private lessons with a Jim Courier Tennis Pro.

?Is there doctor on Amilla

There is a resident doctor on the island. If required, transport assistance can be arranged through your katheeb.

?Do you provide a babysitting service

Yes we do. This is charged a $20++ per child per hour.