Best time to visit the Maldives

When I’m not driving for Uber or working at my other job at, Im often tagging along with my friends on vacations since they all get nice travel perks. Here’s an informational article on our last destination!

The Maldives is located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, it consists of 1,200 small atolls, known for its charming natural beauty that attracts thousands of tourists from around the world, they visit the islands during December and April, when the climate is right for different outdoor activities, the Maldives has a tropical climate, and moderate temperatures, which range from an average of 26.6 ° C, it is also famous for the sea breeze, which increases the beauty of the atmosphere, in addition, the seasonal southwest winds are active and accompanied by rainfall, especially between April and October.

Tourist areas in the Maldives

There are several areas to go to in the Maldives, including:

 City of Mali

Mali is located on the island of Mali and is the capital of the Maldives, which attracts many tourists to enjoy the tropical island, and luxury hotels, stunning views of the Indian Ocean, you can also visit many cultural sites rich in the history of the island,

and most important:

  • National Museum: The National Museum is a short walk from the National Art Gallery, and was inaugurated in 1952 by the first President of the Maldives, Mohamed Amin Didi, it reopened in 2010, there are many historical artifacts.
  • National Art Exhibition: The Government of Maldives opened the exhibition in 2005, contains the work of twenty-nine Maldivian painters, this is in response to the lack of sites displaying Maldivian arts and culture.
  • Great Friday Mosque: Friday Mosque is located within the territory of the Islamic Center, it is the largest mosque in the Maldives, it can accommodate more than 5,000 people, this mosque is famous for the big golden dome, towering minarets, and the wooden sculptures are written in Arabic calligraphy that adorns the interior walls.

Vomlik Island

 Fumlak Island is located in the Maldives and is the most beautiful island in the Republic, it has many beaches, lakes, wetlands, and forests that attract tourists, it also contains many local bird and fish species that can be seen, including a water bird hen, a local fish known as Kattelhi.

 Hulhumale Island

 Hulhumale is known as an artificial island, inhabited by approximately 2,866 people, the island has been reclaimed to serve the growing housing needs of the capital, Mali, which lasted from 1997 to 2002, tourism is a growing industry on the island with its own marina and numerous guest houses.

5 Top Reasons why Brussels is a Must Visit on your European Vacation

Sandwiched between Germany and France, Belgium is known for its culture and diversity. Brussels, the nation’s capital, has since become an undeniable force in the international artist community. Known for its grey exterior, Brussel features hidden idyllic green spots and delights in abundance. The world’s most beautiful square is found right here in this city. You should also keep in mind that Belgians have a highly developed nose for delicious food and the standard or rather quality of cooking in the restaurants here is higher than you may think. Not convinced yet? Here’s why you should be preparing for your Belgian vacation this year. 

Brussels is an Upcoming Force in the International Art Scene

 Why would the highly esteemed Independent art fair, usually hosted in New York, select Brussels for its first edition abroad? Yes, that’s what happened in 2016 when the Independent art fair was looking to plant its European roots. Furthermore, the Belgian capital has long served as a pied-à-terre for international artists. In fact, Brussels is one of the European cities that enjoy authentic artist haunts. Be sure to explore spaces like the new MIMA and the art laboratory Wiels. 

Queue-Free Museums

Brussels boasts of a dense nest of prestigious museums where locals and visitors alike can explore surreal treasures and exhibits. Many keep underestimating the Belgian Capital in its cultural offerings. The interesting thing about the museums here is that the queue out the museum doors is nearly non-existent. The Magritte Museum and Royal Museums of Fine Arts are a must visit. 

Lovely Landscaped Parks

Designed to function as a natural bridge between the lower and upper parts of the Belgian capital, René Pechère’s Mont des Art garden should be the first beautiful green spot you experience. Others include the former National Botanical Gardens; Le Botanique and the Parc Tournay-Solvay. You should probably make it your mission to find the city’s beautifully landscaped parks and gardens. You’ll be rewarding yourself with relaxing, uplifting, and soothing afternoons.   

Belgian Cuisine

You may not know it, but this tiny country has some of the best restaurants in the world. You’ll also find some of the best comfort food in Europe here. While the style of cuisine in Brussels is essentially French, some travelers have opined that the standard of cooking is higher. Some of the most delectable Belgian dishes to try when in Brussels include the Belgian Fries, Moules-Frites, Grey Shrimp Croquettes, Speculaas, Eel in Green Sauce, Belgian fish soup, Tomates aux Crevettes Grises, and Belgian Waffles. 

Explore all of Europe’s Attractions in one Theme Park

A visit to most destinations and cities is often characterized by moving around trying to see and explore all the attractions. However, when it comes to the Belgian Capital, there’s no more running up and down like a maniac in an effort to see everything. A trip to the Atomium will get you to see reproductions of 80 cities and 350 buildings, including the Acropolis, the Berlin Wall, the Doge’s Palace, and the Eiffel Tower. 

If you’re looking to explore Brussels in a day, consider starting early with a saunter through the city’s historic core, the “Îlot Sacré” or “Holy Island.” The Sablon neighborhood is a good place to grab a late lunch before you explore the lively Dansaert District and unwind with a spot of jazz.