Visit the beautiful Sultan Park in Maldives – Explore a heritage park!

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Sultan Park is located in the capital of the Maldives, Malé. The Royal Palace was demolished and then this was built upon the same grounds, towards the Southern side in the 16th century. Interested in learning more the beautiful Sultan Park in the Maldives?

1). How it started

Once the Royal Palace was demolished, one of the wings that remained intact was converted into the National Museum. If you’re looking for the best hotels in Maldives to stay in while you explore the region, there are several options including Adaaran Club Rannalhi for instance.

2). What to do

Take a stroll around the park! Have a picnic! Take a mate along and enjoy a game of chess. Perhaps you might want to drop into the National Museum and check out ancient artefacts that belonged to Sultans of yore.

3). When and how to Visit

Malé is hot all year round but it can get soaked in rain from May until October so best not visit during those months. Flights run regularly from Sri Lanka and southern India and reaching the park itself is easy once you’re in the Maldives as it’s in the capital!

4). Other Sights

When the palace was demolished, the rest of the grounds were transformed into stunning gardens where one can lounge about and go for a walk. Maybe take a picnic along?

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+

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