A Day Trip to Kudahuvhadoo Island

Yesterday, I got a chance to visit Kudahuvhadoo Island, though not for a leisure trip. Me and my 15 expat colleagues went there for medical as our work permits are due for renewal.

But even though it wasn’t a leisure trip, I made sure I’ll have photos to bring home.

Kudahuvhadoo Island is located in Dhaalu Atoll and it is way bigger than other islands. When I say bigger, it means you can’t walk around the island – actually you can but it will be a long walk. So there were motorbikes everywhere and I saw a few cars too. This island has bigger medical facilities than the other local islands, I saw an ATM and a bank, and a domestic airport will be opening soon.

I’ve taken some photos which will show you a different side of Maldives, the one that is far different from the usual impression about the country – luxurious resorts, beach vibes, snorkeling, under water restaurants, etc.

A Banyan Tree a.k.a. Balete

My colleagues on cue, this house apparently is a photo studio and we went there for photo shoot (just ID picture)


My colleague climbed a Macopa Tree

There was a small cafe where we had our lunch. It looked like a carinderia with monobloc chairs and tables with plastic mantle on. I had Bami Goreng for lunch which really looked just like an instant fried noodles mixed with some beef and chicken slices and sausages

But never mind the plastic chairs and tables and the menu with only 15 dishes on it because just look at the amazing view.

View from the small cafe

I like the color combination of the wall and the flowers ha ha

A phone booth?!


My colleagues


I found the color of this so cute

16 responses to “A Day Trip to Kudahuvhadoo Island”

  1. haha all the local Maldivian islands look alike 🙂


    1. hehe they do 🙂

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  2. Thanks for showing us the other side of Maldives. Yan talaga ang totoong Maldives. 🙂

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    1. uu napakasimple at payapa hehe

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  3. Totally amazing pictures of other side of Maldives. I haven’t stepped on an island actually but your snaps do made me feel like I was walking along with you 😀

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    1. Ha ha ha thanks Hammad. You should visit Maldives too…quite near Pakistan 😃

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      1. Yeah I should. Will consider about it 🙂

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  4. yung phone booth parang dadalhin ka sa ibang dimension. ahahaha

    walang tao madam.. parang kayo lang yung nagkalat sa kalye.

    Ang cute nung mga colors ng bahay.. pastel colors.

    Dami kong sinabi. ktnxbye. hahahah

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    1. Hahahaha may halaman na nga sa loob ng phone booth….ewan ko nga kung nasan yung mga tao…kami lang yung nakagulo hahaha

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      1. hala! so hindi na gumagana yung phone booth? hahaha ang cute!!

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          1. nyay.. baka portal talaga yun. hahahha

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          2. Ha ha ha dapat pala sinubukan kong pumasok sa phone booth hHahah

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          3. hahaha! next time ulit. ahahha

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          4. Sige noted hahaha

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