Whether you are on transit, with a late flight or an expat looking to immerse yourself in Maldivian culture, Champa Central Hotel offers the convenience of a prime location in the heart of Male’ City. From this vantage point, the entirety of the city is at your disposal and yours to explore. Here is our guide on how you can do that.
Start your day off with breakfast, the most important meal of the day with a varied and freshly prepared buffet breakfast at Ala Restaurant. Located on the 9th Floor, Ala Restaurant comes highly recommended by both local and international guests. Here, you can enjoy hearty and diverse breakfast options, from savoury to sweet. Served daily from 0730 to 1000.
After a wonderful start to the day, take off to discover the wonder of Male’. Explore one of the oldest museums, the Old National Museum and National Art Gallery on Chandhanee Magu. Established in the 1950s, the museum affords you a glimpse into the history, heritage and culture of the Maldivians. Trace the story of this beautiful country through the years as you observe the well preserved artifacts.
If you don’t mind a little grit, visit the Fish Market on Boduthakurufaanu Magu. Aside from tourism, the fishing industry is essential to the country. Here you can see how the fishermen catch and prepare different kinds of fish for sale. On Haveeree Hingun, you can walk through and shop for fresh vegetables from the Produce Market. Finally, on Majeedhee Magu, the main road, shop for souvenirs, clothing and so much more. For those who find the idea of sightseeing alone daunting, we have guided sightseeing tours available upon request and subject to availability.
After a busy day of taking in the sights and sounds of Male’, return to your air-conditioned room to refresh and unwind. You may order your favourite drink through room service before heading to our Rooftop Restaurant to enjoy our Theme Nights. Held daily from 2000 to 2200, our themed buffets feature delicacies ranging from Sri Lankan, Indian to BBQ. Enjoy some dessert before retiring to your room for a restful night.